Fairhaven's Early Intervention Program provides appropriate and comprehensive family-centered services for infants and toddlers (birth - 3 years) who demonstrate one or more developmental delays. There is full-day programming available at the Fairhaven School. Home-based developmental service, service coordination, and home visits are also provided.
The purpose of the program is to meet the identified needs of infants and toddlers and their families with a goal to promoting the child's development. The Early Intervention Program is coordinated with families and other community agencies so that services are flexible and responsive to family wishes.
Who Is Eligible:
Having a diagnosed physical or mental condition.
Child Evaluation and Assessment:
Children and families may participate in Fairhaven's Early Intervention Program on a full day or 2 days per week basis. The frequency and location of services are determined by the Individual Family Service Plan (IFSP) Team and are based on the child's age and developmental needs, emotional needs, physical stamina, and, above all, the wishes of the family.
In order to receive services from the Trumbull County Board of Developmental Disabilities, a person must:
The board, leadership, and employees of the Trumbull County Board of Developmental Disabilities are steadfast in maintaining and creating programs and services that meet the unique needs of individuals and their families.