Make a Referral

Do you have concerns about your child's ability to see, talk, hear, move, eat, play?  To talk to someone about your concerns, call the Early Development Network.

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Make a Referral

Social Emotional

A growing body of scientific evidence tells us that emotional development begins early in life, that it is a critical aspect of the development of overall brain architecture and that it has enormous consequences over the course of a lifetime.

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Early Development Network: 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 13.

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Technical Assistance Guidebook

Planning Region Grants

Planning Region Teams provide the community level mechanism for planning and assisting with the implementation of the Early Intervention Act. The purpose of the Act is to support healthy families who are able to make their own decisions to have access to services and resources as early as possible.

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Group of individuals working together

All children are unique with their individual strengths and talents. The presence of a developmental delay or special need is not the defining characteristic of any child.

(Colorado Early Intervention Program)

Find contacts, resources and documents.

Program standards and forms, comprising policies and procedures.

Services and supports for children birth to age three and their families.

Nebraska Part C data for Public Reporting by Planning Region.

Evidence-based strategies to improve outcomes for students with disabilities.

A list of local and nation-wide resources related to Early Development.

Leadership, technical assistance, resources and consultative services.

Gain helpful information on early childhood development.

Nebraska Early Development Network brochures.

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