Early Intervention

Envision Early Intervention Resource Coordinators facilitate access to services for all children birth through 2 years of age or to 3 years of age who have a qualifying developmental delay. Early Intervention is provided to the family to enhance the capacity of the family to support their child’s development and learning. Early Intervention services are provided in accordance with Part C of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), and are funded through a combination of federal (Part C), state (EI), local and family funds, including both private and public insurance.

Families are assigned a Resource Coordinator within 3 days of referral for services. The Resource Coordinator typically will accompany the family to a multidisciplinary evaluation to work with the family and the evaluation team to develop an Individual Family Services Plan (IFSP) within 45 days of referral in the family’s preferred language. The Resource Coordinator facilitates family identification of their needs and priorities for their child and family and assists with locating therapists to work with the family to enhance their child’s development. Envision has contractual arrangements with a variety of therapists throughout Weld County who will travel to the family home or other preferred natural environment to work with the family. Resource Coordinators assist families to connect with other natural supports in the community, including preschool programs if eligible, throughout the time the child is receiving services and when they are ready to transition out of EI as they approach age 3.

For further information about Early Intervention services in Colorado, please refer to the Early Intervention Colorado website: http://www.eicolorado.org/

We hope everyone is staying safe and healthy as we begin 2022! Clinicians from the University of Colorado have received funding from the Association for University Centers on Disabilities and Centers for Disease Control to share information related to the COVID-19 vaccine. We are hoping you would be willing to complete a brief survey (link is below!) to support us in understanding what concerns different areas in Colorado may have regarding the COVID-19 vaccine. The survey is available in English and Spanish. To be clear, this survey is not a way to force or coerce anyone into becoming vaccinated against COVID-19 and it is completely voluntary to complete. We are genuinely interested in understanding potential concerns related to receiving the vaccine and would be more than happy to provide information to those interested in receiving the initial two doses of the vaccine and/or the booster dose. Sincerely, Patrick Romani, Ph.D., BCBA-D
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