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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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.

toddler sitting with his dadImpact of COVID-19 on Families of Infants and Toddlers
with Disabilities:
Learning through Family Photos and Stories

We are seeking families of infants and toddlers with disabilities or delays to share their stories on the impact of COVID-19 to their families and services across early intervention, childcare, and other programs.
Did your child participate in Part C early intervention before September 1, 2019 (before COVID) through at least September 1, 2020?
Do you have access to the internet?
If so, please consider participating in this study that includes taking part in 60 minute interview with our team about your family’s experiences.
For more information or volunteer for this study

Upon completion of interviews, families will receive two children’s books.

This study is supported by a grant through the Spencer Foundation and has been approved by the Institutional Review Board at the University of Alabama at Huntsville.
Dr. Kimberly Hile    Dr. Jenna Weglarz-Ward

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Parents or guardians can get involved in many ways. Learn more!

Parent Training and Information Nebraska

Parent Training and Information Nebraska (PTI) provides training, information and support to parents in Nebraska who have a child birth through 26 with special needs. Resources are provided for parents, family members, school personnel and interested others.

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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