Several times a year, we share the stories of families whose infant or toddler received early intervention (EI) services. If you are a parent of a child who has received or is currently receiving EI services and you would like to share your story with other families, please contact us.
- Benjamin’s Mom Remembers
Benjamin was born with torticollis, and when he was 15 months old, he was diagnosed with sensory processing disorder.
- Charlie’s Story
Charlie began receiving speech and language services at home when he was 19 months old.
- Early Intervention Dream Team
A mother of six discovers a new support system when her youngest child starts EI services.
- A Family Conversation about Nicholas
Nicholas, who has autism, received occupational therapy, speech therapy, and play/developmental therapy.
Karen is the mother of a child who has received developmental, occupational, physical, and speech therapy through the Early Intervention Program.
Kelli's son has been receiving speech therapy since he was 27 months old.
Lubna is a service coordinator and the mother of a child who was diagnosed with cerebral palsy.
As the mother of a child with hypoplastic left heart syndrome, Melissa understands what it is like to watch your child endure medical procedures and how this experience impacts the entire family.
- Remembering Christopher's Early Years
Susan Fowler, the Director of the Early Intervention Clearinghouse, shares her success story.
A mother of a young child with a hearing impairment discusses collaborating with her daughter’s EI service providers.
A mother of a young child with Down syndrome talks about how she advocates for her daughter and others with disabilities.