Early Intervention Diagnostic Center
About the Center
The Early Intervention Diagnostic Center (EIDC) provides family-centered early intervention services for infants and toddlers with developmental delays and supports the following beliefs:
- That the parent is the child’s first teacher
- That the family is the enduring and central force in the life of a child
- That each family is unique and individual differences must be respected
- That families and professionals working together promote the well being of children
- That all children can learn
What We Provide
- Increased public awareness of early intervention and special education services provided by the school district and community agencies.
- Identification, location and evaluation of children with suspected developmental delays that are in need of early intervention and/or special education services.
- Increased staff awareness of discipline-specific diagnostic, educational, and therapeutic techniques.
- Information to families by offering instructional techniques, support services, and resources that will facilitate active participation and empowering partnership in the educational process.
- Assistance to increase communication and collaboration efforts with staff, schools, and agencies to ensure the seamless delivery of family-centered early intervention services for families.
- Implementation and monitoring of program compliance with state and federal laws that regulates the delivery of quality special education early intervention services.