Early Intervention provides support services to families that help them develop their child's potential.

Early Intervention

Early Intervention consists of services and supports for infants, toddlers, and preschool children who have special needs due to developmental delays or disabilities.

What is the cost of Early Intervention services?
Early Intervention services and supports are provided at no cost to families.

What services does Early Intervention provide?
Early Intervention services are individualized to enhance a child's growing and learning and can include:

  • Information on how children develop
  • Parent/caregiver education
  • Support services and developmental therapies that assist in a child's development
  • Ideas for how the family can help their child at home and in the community
  • Assistance to early childhood staff with strategies to promote a child's potential if a child is attending an early care or education setting
  • Linking families to a variety of community services and supports

Where do families receive Early Intervention services?
Early Intervention supports and services are embedded within the child's home and community such as child care center, nursery school, play group, and/or Head Start program.

Who should parents contact to see if their child is eligible for Early Intervention services?
Call KANSAS RESOURCE GUIDE Helpline at 1-800-332-6262

Infant-Toddler Brochure
Infant-Toddler Brochure – Spanish Version