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Programs & Services

Early Childhood Intervention Program

A home-based educational and support program for families who have a child, age birth to 3 1/2 year with two or more developmental delays and / or a diagnosed disability.

Provides support, education and information to families of children with two or more developmental concerns or a diagnosed disability, in many settings and locations; family's home, playgroups, and in the community.

Parents should call if they have concerns and questions about their child's:

  • attention
  • movement
  • feeding
  • speech
  • hearing
  • interacts with others

Services to families and their child include:

  • visits with you and your child in your home and/or community
  • child and parent groups
  • activity ideas to support and build your child’s development
  • referrals and support in accessing other services and resources
  • developmental screening
  • resource lending library
  • assistance in planning for your child’s preschool years

For more information visit our website.

Service Providers May Include
infant child development specialists

Children ages birth to 3 ½ years.

Connect Society: Children ages birth to 3 ½ years in the Edmonton Zone who have a diagnosed hearing loss or who have Deaf or Hard of Hearing parent(s).

Service Access

Healthcare providers should consult the Alberta Referral Directory for service referral information.



Connect Society EIP (Deaf & Hard of Hearing Services) in Edmonton Zone. Transitions EIP in St. Albert and Sturgeon County Robin Hood Association EIP in Sherwood Park

Service Locations
Also Known As
Early Intervention Program