RI Early Intervention Training & Technical Assistance Project

A toddler girl plays with a pink piggy bank as an early intervention professional looks on.

Early Intervention (EI) is a part of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (Part C), which supports states to run services for infants and toddlers from birth to age 3.

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The Early Intervention Training and Technical Assistance Project provides training to EI staff and other related programs. Technical Assistance activities help our EI staff and agencies build system capacity to improve outcomes for children and families. We facilitate peer learning communities and work to develop resources that support EI providers and families as they navigate through these early years.

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Early Intervention Publications

All Early Intervention publications
  • Sherlock Center Publication

    A Guide to Your Child's Vision Assessment

    This brochure is for parents and caregivers to support the evaluation of a child's vision. It includes a list of pediatric ophthalmologists.

  • Sherlock Center Publication

    All About EI

    This resource gives families and caregivers an overview of RI's Early Intervention programs.

  • Sherlock Center Publication

    Child Outreach Screening Brochure

    This brochure addresses how to refer a child at age 3 to Child Outreach in their districts.

  • Online Resource

    National Center for Pyramid Model Innovations (NCPMI)

    Funded by the Office of Special Education Programs, the center works to improve state and local capacity for effective practices and policies to equitably support the social, emotional and behavioral outcomes of children from birth to age 5 who have or are at risk for developmental delays or disabilities.