Some infants and toddlers will not meet the eligibility criteria set by the state for ongoing intervention. These families will still obtain an evaluation report following the evaluation that documents their child's development and any individualized recommendations or strategies for the family to explore. The family will also have access to a Support Coordinator who will help them explore other options.
The Support Coordinator may recommend exploring supports paid for by private health insurance and recommendations for community activities that can promote development. Families can also explore the various online resources we have compiled: Early Intervention Resources.
Families also have the ability to complete a re-referral for their child should concerns persist, developmental progress does not occur or if the child receives a medical diagnosis that impacts their development.