EARLY ON: WHAT IT MEANS TO INFANTS AND FAMILIES. Kathy Manta LMSW , ACSW. SPECIAL EDUCATION LAW 1970’s. Extension of civil rights Michigan approved special education laws before the Federal laws were enacted
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Kathy Manta LMSW, ACSW
Includes services from education, medicine, and other community agencies
After referral, all children under three receive a multidisciplinary evaluation completed with standardized tools.
When an evaluator feels a child is at risk of a delay, the child can be eligible for Early On and
In some counties, Early On is perceived to be education’s responsibility
This can include anything including:
EARLY ON ALLOWS ALL OF US TO PROVIDE A STRENGTH BASED, FAMILY FOCUSED , SUPPORTIVE INTERVENTION FOR FAMILIES WITH INFANTS AND TODDLERS WITH DEVELOPMENT DELAYS AND HEALTH ISSUES. IT IS WONDERFUL WORK