The Nebraska Early Development Network

provides early intervention services for families with children birth to age three with developmental delays and/or health care needs and connects families to needed services.

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Make a Referral

Address your concerns about your child’s early development with your local planning region team

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Training

Leadership, technical assistance, resources and consultative services.

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Brochures

Download Nebraska Early Development Network brochures

Recent Updates

Using Routines-Based Interviews & On-Going Assessment to Inform Gold Scoring

Participants will have the opportunity to practice scoring GOLD using information from (1) an initial RBI, (2) on-going assessment gathered during home visits, periodic and annual IFSPs, and (3) for transition planning from EDN.

This free training is intended for any EC professional who is responsible for entering GOLD data.

Orientation to the Early Development Network in Nebraska

By the time you complete your first 6 months on the job, you should be able to understand the following topics, at least at a level of feeling familiar and comfortable in team meetings and interactions with colleagues and families.

Technical Assistance Guidebook

Procedures described in this manual meet requirements for implementation of the Individuals with Disabilities Act, Part C – Early Intervention Program for Infants and Toddlers with Disabilities (IDEA-2004) and are based on the Nebraska Department of Education and Health and Human Services Administrative Codes 92 NAC 52 and 480 NAC 3.

PRT Contacts

Contacts for each Planning Region Team region, including Lead Agencies and Chairs.

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Staying on Track as Your Child Grows and Learns

Guidelines to help parents and professionals determine how a child’s development compares with most children their age

Learn more about developmental milestones