Early Intervention Service Providers

Infant Toddler Network

As children grow and learn, early intervention supports them in being active and successful.

Overview

The Infant Toddler Network works with eligible families to assign a family resources coordinator (FRC). The coordinator is assigned to families to help coordinate screenings and ensure comprehensive developmental evaluations are completed. FRCs use these results to determine eligibility and support families in accessing resources.

Children are evaluated in these functional areas:

  • cognitive
  • motor
  • social-emotional
  • speech and language
  • vision and hearing

FRCs then work with the family to coordinate services with a provider listed below.

1. Center for Pediatric Therapy

2. Children FIRST

3. Spokane Guilds’ School

4. Stepping Stones

5. Youthful Horizons

Women, Infants & Children (WIC) Nutrition Program

WIC has an extraordinary record of preventing children’s health problems and improving growth and development. Locally, the health district supports this vision by offering WIC services in several convenient locations.

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Nurse-Family Partnership

Free program for women who are pregnant with their first baby. Enrolled moms are connected to a registered nurse who provides the support, advice and information needed to have a healthy pregnancy and be a great mom.

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