How Special Instruction & Behavioral Support Fit into Early Intervention
Addresses the need for specially designed instruction, learning environments and activities that promote the acquisition of skills by a child with a disability or delay in a variety of developmental areas, including cognitive, social emotional, behavior, communication and social interaction. Special Instruction and Behavior Support services provide the family with information, instruction, and support related to enhancing the skill development of the child.
Look over the following resources for information about the average development path for your child:
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What to Do If You’re Concerned About Your Child
If you have any concerns about your child’s development, talk to your child’s doctor or nurse as soon as you can.
If your child is between the ages of 0 (birth) to 3 years, get in touch with your local Early Intervention Program to start the process and see if he or she qualifies for services.
“If your child is over the age of 3, Right Start Children’s Services offers private services as well. Please contact us to find out how we can help.”
Use our list of service areas to know exactly which Early Intervention office to contact. If your child is eligible, request Right Start Children’s Services from your Service Coordinator.
We are available to answer all of your questions and give you the reassurance that you need.