EarlySteps services

Your IFSP will say exactly what services you will get from EarlySteps.

There are different types they can offer. You and your FSC will decide which ones your child and family need.

Examples of EarlySteps Services

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Home visits/therapy:
Specialists may visit you and your child in your home to work on different kinds of skills. They help you learn how to encourage your child's development with focused kinds of play.


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Specialty services: 
For kids with specific issues like autism or visual or hearing impairments.

 

These are the main types of services you may get from EarlySteps. Your service coordinator will work with you to make sure the services fit your needs.

Special Services Related to Disability:

  • If your child has a specific issue like autism, a physical disability, or a visual or hearing impairment, you may get special services to help with those challenges.

Specific Services Provided by EarlySteps: 

  • Audiology

  • Speech-Language Therapy

  • Occupational Therapy

  • Physical Therapy

  • Special Instruction

  • Assistive Technology

  • Assessment and Evaluation

  • VisionServices

  • Social Work Services

  • Psychological Services

  • Nutrition Services

  • Support Coordination

  • Transportation

  • Interpreter Services

  • Medical Evaluation, Health, and Nursing Services

Is transportation a problem for you?

If you have no other way to get to your services, EarlySteps can help! Ask your FSC.

 

Sources: Center for Parent Information and Resources, LDH

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