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Early On Michigan Referral Status

 

 

Early On Michigan is receiving and processing referrals for infants and toddlers who may be eligible for Early On services. By order of the Michigan Department of Education and the State of Michigan, in-person services for Early On are suspended until June 30, 2020 in order to mitigate the spread of COVID-19.  Throughout Michigan, local Early On services are being provided in creative ways in order to meet the needs of families within the circumstances of individual communities. Once you place your referral, your local Early On office will reach out to you with more specific information.  Thank you for exploring Early On Michigan and for your continued patience as we support families during this time.

Submit an online referral by clicking here.


Addressing a child's developmental delays early on.

Early On Michigan offers early intervention services for infants and toddlers, birth to three years of age, with developmental delay(s) and/or disabilities, and their families.

Research has shown that by addressing delays early on - especially between birth and age 3 - we can more effectively impact a child's development, even into adulthood.


Don't worry. But don't wait.

If you think your infant or toddler may have a developmental delay, or a pre-existing medical condition, contact Early On at 1-800-Early-On or complete our online referral form.

Unsure if your child has a developmental delay or disability? Learn more here.

Click here to view a list of Established Conditions that indicate automatic eligibility for Early On supports and services.


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©2020 Early On® Michigan · It is the policy of the Clinton County Regional Educational Service Agency (RESA) that no discriminatory practices based on gender, race, religion, color, age, national origin, disability, height, weight, marital status, sexual orientation, political affiliations and beliefs, or any other status covered by federal, state or local law be allowed in providing instructional opportunities, programs, services, job placement assistance, employment or in policies governing student conduct and attendance. Any person suspecting a discriminatory practice should contact the Associate Superintendent for Special Education, 1013 South US-27, St. Johns, MI 48879, or call 989-224-6831.