What We Do
The Infant & Toddler Connection is a program that helps identify if any developmental delay exists and provides supports and services to address the delay.
Where will early intervention services be provided?
For most children and families, early intervention services are provided at the family's home. Services are also provided at other places in the community, like parks, child care, community centers, and other places where children and families spend time.
What can I expect from early intervention services?
A variety of supports and services are available for eligible children and their families. The purpose of all early intervention services is to help you help your child learn and develop. Families are the first and most important teachers for their children. Since babies learn by watching, exploring, and practicing new things, early intervention service providers help your family learn ways to help your child learn and practice new skills throughout each day.
Infant & Toddler Connection's early intervention supports and services include:
- Speech/Language Therapy
- Physical Therapy
- Occupational Therapy
- Assistive Technology
- Family Training/Counseling/Home Visits
- Health services
- Nursing services
- Nutrition services
- Psychological services
- Social Work services
- Developmental Services
- Vision services
Any child from birth to age three who is suspected of having delays can be referred.
The articles below highlight some of the services provided by ITC of Heartland.