AEA 267 Early ACCESS services provided year round

Father holding daughter outdoors smilingAlthough school is out for the summer, the AEA 267 Early ACCESS program offers support year round!  Early ACCESS is a partnership between families with young children, birth to age three, and providers from the Department of Education, Public Health, Human Services, and Child Health Specialty Clinics.

The family and providers work together to identify and address specific family concerns and priorities as they relate to the child’s overall growth and development.  Early ACCESS can work with families to address concerns about how their child is talking, moving, seeing, listening, thinking, eating and playing.

To connect to the Early ACCESS system, families and providers (with parent permission) can contact a local AEA 267 office or Gina Greene, AEA 267 Early ACCESS Regional Coordinator.

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