Early Intervention (Ages 0-3)

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Clear Book Child Early Intervention Program
Early intervention is a system of services that helps children from birth to three years old with developmental delays or disabilities. Early Intervention focuses on helping eligible infants and toddlers learn the key skills that typically develop during the first three years of life, such as:
Physical (reaching, rolling, crawling, and walking)
Cognitive (thinking, learning, solving problems)
Communication (talking, listening, understanding)
Social/emotional (playing, feeling secure and happy)
Self-help (eating, dressing)

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Illinois Early Intervention Clearinghouse
The Illinois Early Intervention (EI) Program provides a collection of services for families of children from birth to age 3 who have disabilities or developmental delays or who are at risk of having developmental delays. Families are the key to successful early intervention. Our mission is to provide families with the information they need to support their children’s growth and development.

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The Chicago Lighthouse Early Intervention Center
The Chicago Lighthouse Birth to Three Family Intervention Program provides home-based (as far as the teachers can drive) and center-based services to families with children, from birth to three years of age, who have been identified or diagnosed with visual impairments.