The Early Intervention Program (EIP) is for children under the age of three who are developmentally delayed or have a diagnosed disability. EIP provides services that assist in growth and development to eligible children and their families.
Early Intervention strengthens the family's ability to manage daily life and meet their child's special needs. There is no cost to families for services provided by EIP.
The Preschool Special Education Program provides educational services to children ages 3 to 5 who have a disability that affects their learning. The local school districts guide families through the program while Clinton County and the New York State Education Department pay for the cost of the educational services.
Children with Special Health Care Needs (CSHCN) are those children 0-21 years of age that have or are suspected of having a serious or chronic physical, developmental or emotional condition. This program is designed to improve the health and care needs of children who meet the eligibility criteria.
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