Early Intervention for Children With Disabilities/Delays

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    Programs that identify infants, toddlers and in some cases, preschoolers who show evidence of or are at risk for lags in physical development, cognitive development, language and speech development, psychosocial development or self-help skills, and provide or coordinate the delivery of an enrichment program in order to minimize the potential for a developmental delay and to meet their current developmental needs. The program may include early identification activities (child find); a developmental evaluation; a review of family concerns, priorities and resources; meetings with the family to develop an individualized family service plan; service coordination to ensure that the individual and his or her family receive needed services which may include but are not limited to physical therapy, occupational therapy, audiology, health/medical services, nursing services, nutrition services, psychological services including specialized play groups or therapy sessions, counseling, speech and language assistance, special instructional services, transportation, and parenting skills development; and ongoing evaluation of the child's progress and his or her changing enrichment needs. Included are "birth to three" programs and federal, state or local programs that address the needs of slightly older children or children not otherwise eligible for "birth to three" programs.

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    Audyssey Autism Services - STRiVEHelps children and adults facing the challenges of autism through individualized intervention and support services. Services for children include but aren't limited to: - Evaluation and assessments - Sensory processing - Developmental intervention - Behavioral support services - Individual and family counseling - Applied behavioral analysis Services for adults include but aren't limited to: - Residential options for independence - Household management skills training - Job/career development - Social communication skills enhancement - Behavioral support - Individual and group counselingMesa CountySTRiVESTRiVE
    Child & Family Services - STRiVEChild & Family Services with STRiVE offers multiple programs to assist families with children who have a developmental delay or disability. Programs include but are not limited to: -Infant/Toddler Early Intervention: For children age birth to 3 years of age with a developmental delay or disability. Contact Child Find at 970-241-5403 for more information. - Family Support Services (FSS) to help with a wide variety of needs, expenses and professional services to prevent out-of-home placement of a family member with a developmental disability. Call 970-244-5519 for more information. - Home and Community Based Services/Children's Extensive Support Waiver (CESW) which provides medical benefits and other services and support to children with developmental disabilities. Call 970-256-8643 for more information. - The Parenting Place, located at 516 15th Street, is a family resource center offering a variety of services to families such as educational parenting classes and family group meetings. Pre-registration may be required for different educational events. Call 970-254-8240 for more information.Mesa CountySTRiVESTRiVE
    Child Find - Kiowa County Nursing ServiceThe first line of contact for parents with children who may be delayed in development; provides information and resources where children can receive an evaluation and assessment.Kiowa CountyPublic Health - Kiowa County Nursing ServiceKiowa County Nursing Service
    Developmental Disability Assessments for Children - Northwest Colorado Board of Cooperative Educational Services (BOCES)Provides assessments and screenings to aid in early detection of children with special needs.Routt CountyNorthwest Colorado Board of Cooperative Educational Services (BOCES)Northwest Colorado Board of Cooperative Educational Services (BOCES)
    Early Childhood Intervention Services - Children & Family Services - Mountain Valley Developmental ServicesThe Early Intervention Program supports families of children under the age of three, who have been diagnosed with an established condition known to have a high probability of resulting in significant delays in development; or are demonstrating a 25% delay in at least one domain of development by: - Providing Service Coordination and Case Management Services to connect families to resources - Coordinating and providing payment for the Therapeutic interventions embedded within each child's daily routines and natural environments - Supporting children and families as they transition out of servicesGarfield County700 Mt. Sopris Drive, Glenwood Springs - Mountain Valley Developmental ServicesMountain Valley Developmental Services
    Early Education and Care - Ability Connection ColoradoProvides early care, education, intervention, prevention and family involvement/support activities for parents to support the social, intellectual and physical development of children. Children receive developmental screening and assessment services, individualized mental health services and other services tailored to their diagnosed disability.Denver CountyAbility Connection ColoradoAbility Connection Colorado
    Early Intervention Colorado - ECHO Early Childhood NetworkOffers developmental evaluations using certified specialists if a problem in development is suspected in children less than 3 years old. Following the evaluation, a Service Coordinator helps families assess available resources and identify needed services. Together the family and coordinator develop a plan to prepare for the changes from infant or toddler services to preschool special education services.Fremont CountyEarly Intervention ColoradoECHO Early Childhood Network
    Early Intervention Colorado - Foothills GatewayEvaluates children ages 0-3 to determine developmental delays, and provides parent/caregiver education services to help the family maximize their child's development. Services are provided in the child's natural environment such as home or daycare, and are designed to enhance everyday routines and activities of children and their families. Most common interventions are related to occupational, speech, and physical therapies.Larimer CountyFoothills GatewayFoothills Gateway
    Early Intervention Colorado for Infants, Toddlers, and Families - Colorado Department of Human ServicesOffers support and services to families of young children with special needs. Services include information and referral for early intervention supports and services, parent to parent networking opportunities, family events, and community support connections.Denver CountyColorado Department of Human ServicesColorado Department of Human Services
    Early Intervention (Colorado Springs) - The Resource ExchangeEarly intervention provides developmental supports and services to children birth through three years of age, who have special developmental needs. It can help improve a child’s ability to develop and learn. Anyone can refer a child under the age of three for whom they have a concern about the child’s development. Referrals can be made by calling (719) 577-9190. Once a child is referred for early intervention a service coordinator will be assigned for the family. The service coordinator will assist the family in learning more about early intervention, completing necessary paperwork to determine if the child is eligible for early intervention, and accessing other needed community resources.El Paso CountyDevelopmental Disability Services (Colorado Springs) - The Resource ExchangeThe Resource Exchange
    Early Intervention (Denver) - Rocky Mountain Human Services (RMHS)Provides free developmental assessments, service coordination, and intervention services for children who have a delay in development.Denver CountyDenver - Rocky Mountain Human Services (RMHS)Rocky Mountain Human Services (RMHS)
    Early Intervention (EI) - Community Connections, IncEarly Intervention (EI) connects families with services for children age birth to 3 years of age with a intellectual, development, or physical disability. Services may included: -Speech Therapy -Physical Therapy -Occupational Therapy Cortez Office: 22 W North St. Cortez, CO 81321 La Plata CountyCommunity Connections, Inc.Community Connections, Inc.
    Early Intervention - EnvisionEnvision Case Managers facilitate access to Early Intervention services for all children birth through age 2 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.Weld CountyEnvision, Creative Support for People with Developmental DisabilitiesEnvision, Creative Support for People with Developmental Disabilities
    Early Intervention Services - Summit County Public Health DepartmentProvides a system of supports and services for families who have infants and toddlers, ages birth - 3 years old, with special developmental needs. Early intervention supports families as they go through their typical day, helping parents to recognize opportunities for learning in order to enhance their children's development. Summit CountySummit County Public Health DepartmentSummit County Public Health Department
    Eastern Colorado Services for the Developmentally Disabled, Inc. (Logan)Eastern Colorado Services for the Developmentally Disabled, Inc. is a community centered board serving intellectual & developmentally disabled persons.Logan CountyEastern Colorado Services for the Developmentally DisabledEastern Colorado Services for the Developmentally Disabled
    Eastern Colorado Services for the Developmentally Disabled, Inc. (Morgan)Eastern Colorado Services for the Developmentally Disabled, Inc. is a community centered board serving intellectual & developmentally disabled persons.Morgan CountyEastern Colorado Services for the Developmentally DisabledEastern Colorado Services for the Developmentally Disabled
    Infant and Toddler Services - Sewall Child Development CenterInfant and toddler services are available for children birth to three years of age. A family may be self-referred or referred by a pediatrician, hospital, or community board. Infant and toddler consultation services and direct services are provided in the following settings: - Home-based - Outreach - Play groupsDenver CountySewall Child Development CenterSewall Child Development Center
    Intellectual/Developmental Disability Advocacy - Arc of Larimer CountyOffers advocacy for people of all ages who have an intellectual/developmental disability (ID/DD). The Arc of Larimer County supports adults with ID/DD to advocate for themselves, also guardians and parents to advocate for their children with ID/DD in the following ways by: - Helping clients understand laws, rules, and regulations that govern services - Offering a listening ear for life successes and struggles - Empowering individuals and families with information and skills - Determining services available for individuals and offer support in accessing them - Assisting with follow-up to assure they're receiving appropriate services relating to SSDI, Medicaid, Long Term Care, Vocational Rehabilitation, and Early Intervention programs - Protecting human and civil rights and provide opportunities for inclusion such as attending IEP meetings, service planning, and any other meeting to provide support - Facilitating conflict resolution Larimer CountyArc of Larimer CountyArc of Larimer County
    Kids & Family Programs - Community Connections, Inc.The Kids & Family program assist parents with accessing services available to their child in regards to intellectual, developmental, or physical disabilities. Services may include: -The Early Intervention Program (birth to 3) -Children's HCBS Waiver (birth to 17 at risk of being placed in a nursing home) -Children with Autism Waiver (birth to 5 with autism who have intensive behavioral needs) -Children's Extensive Support (CES) Waiver 9birth to 17 with intensive behavioral or medical needs) -Family Support Services Program (families with a child of any age with a developmental disability) -TAMBO Respite Program (6 months to 20 years, for families with a child with a disability who need a break from caregiving) Cortez Office: 22 W North St. Cortez, CO 81321La Plata CountyCommunity Connections, Inc.Community Connections, Inc.
    Residential and Non-Residential Services - Colorado Bluesky Enterprises (Pueblo County Board for Developmental Disabilities)Provides disabilities services for persons who are found eligible. Services and programs include early intervention, and a variety of residential and day programs for adults.Pueblo CountyResidential and Non-Residential ServicesColorado Bluesky Enterprises, Inc. (Pueblo County Board for Developmental Disabilities)
    Support for Adults and Children with Developmental Disabilities (Granby Office) - Horizons Specialized ServicesProvides screenings and early intervention services for families with children from birth to three years old with developmental delays, and residential and vocational services to eligible adults, ages 21 and older. Services for adults include: - Day Programs - Residential Programs - Supported Living Services - Vocational ServicesGrand CountyGranby Office - Horizons Specialized ServicesHorizons Specialized Services
    Support for Adults and Children with Developmental Disabilities (Meeker Office) - Horizons Specialized ServicesProvides screenings and early intervention services for families with children from birth to three years old with developmental delays, and residential and vocational services to eligible adults, ages 21 and older. Services for adults include: - Day Programs - Residential Programs - Supported Living Services - Vocational ServicesRio Blanco CountyMeeker Office - Horizons Specialized ServicesHorizons Specialized Services
    Support for Children with Developmental Disabilities (Craig Office) - Horizons Specialized ServicesProvides screenings and early intervention services for families with children from birth to three years old with developmental delays.Moffat CountyCraig Office - Horizons Specialized ServicesHorizons Specialized Services
    Support for Children with Developmental Disabilities (Steamboat Springs Office) - Horizons Specialized ServicesProvides screenings and early intervention services for families with children from birth to three years old with developmental delays.Routt CountySteamboat Springs Office - Horizons Specialized ServicesHorizons Specialized Services
    Support Services - Imagine!Imagine! Provides support services ages 0-14+ with developmental and cognitive disabilities including autism, cerebral palsy and Down Syndrome.Boulder CountyImagine!Imagine!

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