Early On of Michigan

  • Early On is a collaboration with other agencies to support families with children that are developmentally delayed or have an established condition.

    Early On is a component of IDEA-Part C that requires a statewide, comprehensive, coordinated interagency system of early intervention services for families with infants and toddlers, from birth to age three, with developmental delays and/or physical disabilities. This component is responsible for the diagnostic evaluation and development of Individual Family Service Plans (IFSPs) that will assist families in obtaining needed services and resources provided by Public Health, Community Mental Health, Education, Social Services, and Medical Agencies. Early On requires that a Service Coordinator be identified to help families coordinate the services outlined in their family plan. If a child is determined to be eligible for early intervention special education services, an IFSP will be developed. With parental consent, infants and toddlers determined ineligible for special education early intervention services are referred to partner agencies for Part C services/service coordination.

    Early On Services

    • Speech & Language Therapy
    • Occupational Therapy
    • Physical Therapy
    • Registered Nurse
    • School Social Work
    • School Psychologist
    • Home and Classroom Instruction
    • Student Transportation

Make Referral Calls

  • Project Find for Wayne County
    (Beginning at age 3)

    1-800-EARLY ON or 313-494-0961 Option #9

    Early Intervention Diagnostic Center
    (Birth to age 3)

    4555 John C. Lodge

    Detroit, MI 48201

    Click here to start a referral