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.

If you have concerns about your child's development and would like to send a referral use the button below.

MAKE A REFERRAL TODAY

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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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EDN Brochures and Materials

Download or print Nebraska Early Development Network brochures and materials. 

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EDN COVID-19 Resources

The Early Development Network is committed to assisting the EDN community during public health emergencies.

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Helping Babies From the Bench to the Backyard

The EDN Co-Leads are pleased to announce a series of five webinars and community discussions.

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You may have noticed some delays in your child's development over the past couple of years during the Covid pandemic. 

This document may help in answering some questions you may have and provides six actions that you can take today.

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Nebraska Association for Infant Mental Health

 

Recent Updates

RDA for Families

The goal of the Results Driven Accountability (RDA) system is to improve educational results and functional outcomes, and demonstrate growth over time for all infants and toddlers with disabilities.

Routines-Based Home Visits

Providing services in natural and inclusive environments means using the learning opportunities in everyday routines and activities in which children and families participate at home and preschool.

Routines Based Interview

The Routines Based Interview (RBI) training practices are required steps for any services coordinator or early intervention provider interested in using the RBI as their child and family assessment, as per 92 NAC 52 and 480 NAC 1.  The 7 components are linked below, with components  2 and 5 in webinar and PowerPoint format.

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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