Developmental Disabilities

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Early Intervention Services

All children grow and develop in unique ways. Some experience delays in their development. 'Early Intervention' refers to the services available to families with children under the age of three who are:
  • not developing as expected
  • have a medical condition that can delay normal development
  • are for any other reason experiencing a developmental delay
Human Services funds agencies to provide a variety of early intervention services that benefit children and their families. If you have concerns about your child’s development you qualify to meet with a Family Resources Coordinator.

How do you make an appointment with a Family Resources Coordinator?

Referrals can be made by calling 253-798-3790, emailing or faxing 253-798-2818.

Make a birth to three referral online. 

Your Family Resource Coordinator will:

  • Act as your single point of contact
  • Coordinate evaluations and ongoing services
  • Listen to your concerns
  • Build a support team for services
  • Respect your family's strengths, values and diversity