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Education > Early Intervention

Early intervention refers to educational services for young children (birth to age 3) who have disabilities. This selected topic includes links to general information about early intervention programs and services. Some of the resources are specific to deaf-blindness and some are relevant for children with any type of disability.

Early Intervention Practice for Children Who are Deaf-Blind - Evidence Base Bibliography

Early Intervention Services

Overview of Early Intervention

"Wow, That Sounds Familiar": Parent-Child Playgroups to Train, Support, & Build Connections

2017 EI&R Webinar Series: Early Identification and Referral: Working with the Medical Community

Babies and Toddlers

Books and Articles about Early Intervention

Commandments of Early Intervention for Professionals Working with Children Who Have Sensory Loss and Their Families

Early Intervention

Early Intervention - Research Materials Bibliography

Early Intervention for Infants and Toddlers with Disabilities and Their Families: Participants, Services, and Outcomes: Final Report of the National Early Intervention Longitudinal Study (NEILS)

Early Intervention Materials Bibliography

Home Visits with Families and Their Infants Who Are Deaf-Blind

Moving Forward with the Transition to Preschool through Collaborative Planning

National Early Childhood Transition Research and Training Center

Perkins WonderBaby Website

Planning Transitions to Preschool

The Early Childhood Technical Assistance Center

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