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Early Intervention: What it is, why it’s important, and how to get services

Early Intervention is an incredible service for young children under 5, but accessing it and knowing WHEN to access it can often be confusing. I welcome Amanda Selogie who is a special education lawyer and the Executive Director and Co-founder of the Inclusive Education Project.

She joins me to discuss:

  • What Early Intervention is
  • How can a parent get early intervention services for their child in the U.S.
  • How age matters in regards to these services
  • Cost, wait times, and access for Early Intervention

Learn more about the Inclusive Education Project at inclusiveeducationproject.org or on Instagram @inclusiveeducationproject

Episode Links and Resources:
CDC Early Intervention

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