Physicians and Healthcare Providers

The Importance of Early Intervention

Everyone in a child’s life, from parents and family members to physicians and other care providers, should be aware of the signs indicating developmental delay and take measures to ensure that children receive the Early On® intervention services they need.

When children are referred for Early On® services, GISD service coordinators begin working with families to assess and evaluate the child’s development, and then ensure that priorities are met and services are provided, and the child is making progress. 

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Who to Refer


Early Intervention for Genesee County Children - Ages 0-3

Early On® Genesee County provides early intervention services for Genesee County children, ages birth to three, with developmental delays. 

Early Intervention for Flint Children - Ages 0-5

Early On® Genesee County has expanded its continuum of services to meet the needs of Flint children, ages birth to five, that are affected by the water crisis.

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How to Refer a Child

If you know of a child experiencing developmental delays, please refer their family to Early On® Genesee County in any of the following ways. 

Additional Resources

The following resources provide more information about Early On® services and the importance of early intervention.

More information and resources for families can be found on the Early On® Michigan website.