Oregon's Early Intervention and Early Childhood Special Education (EI/ECSE) programs provide free services to families with children who have delays in their development.
The focus of Oregon's EI/ECSE service is on building on the family's strengths to meet the special needs of the child.
Early diagnosis and treatment of developmental delays can help give a child the best opportunity to reach his/her full potential.
Each county in Oregon has a designated agency that parents can call if they have concerns about their child's development.
Importance of early screening and, what parents and providers need to know.
An Oregon pediatrician begins by telling the story of a 12 month old patient.
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By Angela Kellner
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