Family & Human Services: Infants, Toddlers, & Preschoolers. Willa Mack, FACS. Alabama's Early Intervention System.
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A division of the Alabama Department of Rehabilitation Services, EI provides supports and services for infants and toddlers birth though age 2 (0 to 36 months of age) who have a medical diagnosis that can delay normal development or who have a developmental delay causing the child to not meet developmental milestones.
EI supports and services focus on teaching the parents and other caregivers ways to help the child learn and participate in everyday activities.
Funded by the U.S. Department of Education and Alabama's Education Trust Fund.
To be eligible for services, a child must be between birth and age 3 and experiencing at least a 25 percent delay in one or more of the five developmental areas – communication, physical (including vision and hearing), adaptive, cognitive and social/emotional.
Concerned about child's development, call toll-free Early Intervention Child Find number, 1-800-543-3098. Spanish-speaking families may call 1-866-450-2838.