Infants and toddlers who have suspected or confirmed developmental delays or disabilities may be eligible for the Early Intervention Program (EIP).
This program has two components, Child Find and Early Intervention.
This is the developmental surveillance component of the Early Intervention Program. A nurse will monitor and track the developmental progress of infants designated as "at risk" for medical or environmental reasons.
10 or More Days in Newborn Intensive Care Unit
Apgar Less Than or Equal to 3 at 5 Minutes
Birth Weight Less Than 1,501 Grams
Chronic Otitis Media
Lead Level of 20 mcg/dl or Higher
Maternal Exposure to Drugs and/or Alcohol
a Metabolic Disorder
Muscle Tone Issues
No Pre-Natal Care
No Well-Child Care by 6 Months; Delay in Immunizations