The idea behind early invention is that a child’s developmental delays can be addressed best when they are discovered early. The Early Intervention Program for Infants and Toddlers with Disabilities is a federal program that provides for services and supports to children birth through 2 years old who meet the Kansas definition of developmental delay or have a diagnosed disability.
How your child plays, learns, speaks, acts or moves offers important information about your child's development. We are here to help you determine if Infant Toddler services would be beneficial for your family!
For hospitals, pre and post natal care facilities, physicians, child care centers, parenting organizations, social service organizations, local education agencies, public health facilities, clinics which offer mental health services, homeless shelters, teen parenting programs, child protection services, foster care….etc.
Please fill out form and fax it to 913-627-5501.
What to Expect when You Refer a Child
Once we get a referral, you will be contacted by the intake coordinator to start the intake process. At that time, you will schedule an initial evaluation. The evaluation typically takes about two to three hours. Once eligibility is established, you will be assigned a primary service provider who will work with you to create an individualized family service plan for your family.