The Special Children’s Services Unit and Early Intervention (EI) provides evaluations and services to children birth through age five with suspected or confirmed developmental delays. Early Intervention Program A statewide program that provides a broad array of services to eligible infants and toddlers with disabilities. (Children ages 0-5)
Service Coordination A trained Early Intervention Service Coordinator will help you learn more about the Early Intervention Program and help you determine your required level of services. (Children ages 0-3)
Comprehensive Evaluation Services The Comprehensive Evaluation Service is to provide confidential, accurate, independent assessments of your child’s development, and to recommend services where indicated. (Children ages 0-3)
Committee on Preschool Special Education Program (CPSE) In conjunction with local school districts an evaluation and services are provided to eligible children with disabilities. (Children ages 3-5).