Early Intervention (EI) is a statewide system that provides coordinated early intervention services to parents of eligible children under the age of three with developmental delays or disabilities. EI is grounded in the philosophy that young children learn best from familiar people in familiar settings. Every family served in EI will have a local EI team that consists of a service coordinator, service providers, and your family. Your team works with you in your home or other places you and your family spend time to develop a coordinated plan called an Individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP). You and your team will work through your IFSP plan to use your existing supports and resources—and build upon them—to learn to enhance your child’s learning and development.
Learn more about what is happening in EI by reading Ohio Early Intervention's 2017 Annual Report.
Learn about Ohio's plan for implementing evidence-based Early Intervention services
Mission and Key Principles
Discover the foundational principles of family-centered Early Intervention services
Federal and State Regulations
Access the federal and state regulations that govern Early Intervention programs nationally and in Ohio
Logo and Branding Guidelines
Access the Ohio Early Intervention logo and learn about DODD’s guidelines for using the logo.