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What is Early Intervention?

Early Intervention provides support to assist your family with maximizing your child’s development while respecting the diversity of families and communities. Early Intervention is a comprehensive interagency program that supports infants and children with developmental delays and has been shown to reduce the likelihood of delays among at risk children.

It further provides an opportunity to assist and empower families to meet their child’s needs as well as the needs of the family. An Early Interventionist offers parents and caregivers an opportunity to have a family-focused, in-home service to assist their child from ages birth to five. Children and families are entitled to these services, regardless of race, ethnicity or income.

Carolina Behavior & Beyond strives to help children as soon as possible, so your child can reach his or her full potential. Getting help early can make a difference in your child’s life!

After BabyNet has evaluated your child and he or she qualifies for services, you will be able to choose Carolina Behavior & Beyond as your Early Intervention Agency. Then, an Early Interventionist (EI) will complete the Individualized Service Plan (IFSP).

THE IFSP INCLUDES THE FOLLOWING:

  • Information about your child
  • Your goals for your child
  • Services that Carolina Behavior and Beyond will provide to your child and family including:
  • Who will provide services
  • How often you will get these services
  • Where and when your child/family will receive these services
  • Name of coordinator with contact information
  • Your rights as a parent
  • Developmental Assessment Results

You must sign the IFSP before services can begin for your child/family. The IFSP will be reviewed every 6 months, and an assessment will be updated at that time as well. During these reviews, changes will be made as needed. However, you can ask for a review or change in your child’s plan at any time if you think it is necessary

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