Birth to Three is a program that provides early intervention services, at no cost, for children from birth to age three, who have a disability or a developmental delay.
Services include: audiology, assistive technology, family training and counseling and home visits, health services, medical services for evaluation, nursing, nutrition, occupational therapy, physical therapy, psychological services, social work services, service coordination, special instruction, speech and language, transportation, and vision.
|PARENTS||SERVICE COORDINATORS/ PROVIDERS||GOVERNANCE||RESOURCES|
|How Do I Get Started?||Service Coordinator Map||Interagency Coordinating Council||Center for Early Literacy Learning|
|Service Coordinator Map||Forms and Information||Administrative Rules||Bright Start|
|Developmental Checklist||Administrative Rules||FFY 2014 Part C Federal Application||SD Advocacy|
|Family Rights||Birth to Three Listserv||FFY 2015 Part C Federal Application||SD Parent Connection|
|Family Rights Spanish||Dispute Resolution Options||Intra-agency Agreement||School District Notice to Parents template|
|Dispute Resolution Options||TA Timely Services||Interagency Agreement|
|Administrative Rules||Provision of Services||System of Payments|
|Hearings Log||Mediation Log|
|State Performance Plan|
|Annual Performance Report|
|Part C & 619 State Data Displays|
|Statute: Title I/C|