Early On Program

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  • Services for children ages 0-3 years with special medical, physical, or developmental needs
  • Free evaluation and service coordination
  • All income levels
  • Call for appointment

Are You Concerned About Your Child's Development?

Most parents wonder at times if their child is growing and developing like other children. If you question how your child is developing, "Don't worry. But don't wait."
Early On assists families with infants and toddlers, from birth until they turn 3 years of age, who may be experiencing delays in their development or if they have certain medical conditions.

Early On is an early intervention program which provides educational, health and social services to children with special needs. Any child aged birth to three years with special medical, physical, or developmental needs and their family, regardless of income.

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Available Services Include

  •  Free evaluation of child's abilities and needs, help finding needed services, speech and language therapy, hearing and vision services, occupational therapy, physical therapy, nursing and health services, family training, toy/equipment lending, family support services, play groups, home visits, and many others.
  • Early On is designed to enhance your child's development, provide family support and reduce later needs.
  • Download a brochure on Child Development Stages (PDF)

For more information, please call 517-768-2114 or visit https://www.1800earlyon.org/

Ages & Stages

Families with children between the ages of 2 months and 5 years of age residing in Jackson County can complete a free Ages and Stages development screening.

For more information regarding the Ages and Stages system, visit their website.

This online project is provided through a partnership with Great Start Collaborative in Jackson County

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