What if my child does not qualify for services?

If your child does not qualify for ongoing services, the evaluator and the service coordinator can give you advice and recommendations following the evaluation.  You can also ask them about the Early Intervention Tracking Program.  The Tracking Program allows you and an Early Intervention Service Coordinator to monitor and track your child's development.  You can also have Early Intervention reevaluate your child in the future if the concerns persist.  

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1. What is Early Intervention?
2. Who can get Early Intervention?
3. How much does it cost?
4. What is a developmental delay?
5. What causes a developmental delay?
6. Will my child always have a developmental delay?
7. What if I am concerned about my child's development but I'm not sure they have a developmental delay?
8. Who can make a referral?
9. How do I make a referral?
10. Does my child need a diagnosis or a doctor's note to get Early Intervention?
11. What happens when I make a referral?
12. What happens after I make a referral?
13. What happens during the developmental evaluation?
14. What areas of development are evaluated?
15. What qualifies a child for Early Intervention Services?
16. What if my child does not qualify for services?
17. What if my child still needs services after age 3?