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Early Intervention

Child and Family Outcomes

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In Early Intervention, we build on the vision that all children should actively and successfully participate in their family routine, early childhood activities, and community settings.

So what do we want for all children? In EI, we want all children to: In order for families to be successful in caring for their children, we want them to: Early Intervention programs assess how a child is functioning within the three child outcome areas by asking the following questions: RI Early Learning and Development Standards (RIELDS)
Steps for Building an IFSP Child Outcome:
Your Baby's Development
Source: Zero to Three, National Center for Infants, Toddlers, and Families

Age Group    
Birth - 3 months English (PDF) Espanol (PDF)
3-6 months English (PDF) Espanol (PDF)
6-9 months English (PDF)

Espanol (PDF)

9-12 months English (PDF) Espanol (PDF)
12-15 months English (PDF) Espanol (PDF)
15-18 months English (PDF) Espanol (PDF)
18-24 months English (PDF) Espanol (PDF)
24-30 months English (PDF) Espanol (PDF)
30-36 months English (PDF) Espanol (PDF)

Milestone Checklists by Age:
Your Baby at Two Months (PDF)
Your Baby at Four Months (PDF)

Your Baby at Six Months (PDF)

Your Baby at Nine Months (PDF)
Your Baby at One Year (PDF)
Your Baby at Eighteen Months (PDF)
Your Baby at Two Years (PDF)
Your Baby at Three Years (PDF)

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