Early Intervention

What this article is about: This article provides a brief overview of early intervention and provides links to resources where you can find more information and support.

Early Intervention (EI) is a program to support families of children age 0-3 to help children who are not developing like their typical peers.  If your child shows any sign of not being about to do what other kids his or her age can do, you may be able to get free services to help them.

Please review our resources on Early Intervention.

Center on Parent Information and Resources overview of Early Intervention.

Understood.org’s guide to Early Intervention

The Early Childhood Technical Assistance Center is a program of the FPG Child Development Institute of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.  It has an extensive library of materials pertaining to all aspects of early childhood and special needs.