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Programs & Services


Early 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
  • how their child interacts with other people

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.

Access
Service Providers May Include
infant child development specialists
Eligibility

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. 

To refer to the Early Intervention program:

Parents: Call 780-342-1707

Others (Clinicians, Caseworkers, etc.): complete Early Intervention Referral form


Service Locations