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CIS Early Intervention
The CIS Early Intervention (EI) Program supports infants and toddlers (birth to three years of age) with a measurable developmental delay or medical condition that may lead to a developmental delay. The purpose of the program is to provide guidance to families as they support their child's development. Services are provided in settings natural to the child's daily life using play based intervention techniques. The program is funded through Part C federal funds, Department of Education contribution, state general funds, Medicaid and in-kind services.
The IFSP defines what your child will receive, how the services will be provided and where. This document is used throughout your child's involvement in the CIS EI program. It is a guide and means to evaluate progress. It is reviewed at 6 month intervals at minimum. The document is updated to reflect your child and family changes. If your child continues to be eligible for services by the age of three the document is used as a basis for transition to the Essential Early Education Program (EEE). As a team we plan with the EEE program to bridge the transition from CIS EI to EEE or other community programs.
We provide services to the Windham Agency of Human Services region, which includes services to infants and toddlers within the Windham Southeast, Southwest and Central school districts. We can assist with referrals to services beyond our region, County or outside Vermont .
You can reach us at: 800-281-7852 or 802-258-2414.
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