Early Intervention Employee Roster
Early Intervention Brochure
Delaware County Developmental Disabilities
Early Intervention (EI) is a specialized way of interacting with infants and toddlers, birth through two years, to impact their lives to achieve their greatest potential. The services and supports available through Delaware County Board of Developmental Disabilities' Early Intervention are provided through local monies such as tax levies. The following information describes supports and services available:
The Early Intervention Specialist acts as the primary service provider for the Delaware County Board of Developmental Disabilities' supports for children birth through two years of age. This specialty requires a credential in developmental intervention through the Ohio Department of DD. The Early Intervention Specialist offers families information, strategies, and support related to enhancing the skill development of their child; measures and documents developmental progress; collaborates with other professionals; and provides families access to DCBDD funded therapy and community support services by authorizing and managing an individual budget for each family.
EI Services are a locally funded program provided by the Delaware County Board of Developmental Disabilities (DCBDD). Early Intervention Services are limited and need to be pre-authorized by DCBDD. It is our hope that through the partnership of EI Services and a family's own resources, we will maximize the development and health of the child and family.
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