Early Intervention programs serve young children between birth and three years old who have diagnosed disabilities, developmental delays, or substantial risk of significant delays. Through these programs, children have access to a range of services designed to maximize development, such as physical, occupational, speech, and developmental therapies. Many of those therapies are offered in the home, at little cost to families.
In the state of Illinois, the agency which coordinates the Early Intervention program is Child and Family Connections. A list of CFC offices can be found at the following link: