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Early Childhood Intervention

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Dena Haudenshild, Director of Special Programs(email)

3125 Crosby Avenue •   Klamath Falls, OR 97603  •   (541) 883-4748

What is Early Intervention and Early Childhood Special Education?

Early Intervention and Early Childhood Special Education services (EI/ECSE) are provided free to families with eligible infants, toddlers and preschoolers who have special needs in the areas of speech, language, motor, learning, hearing, vision, self-help and/or socialization through the Early Childhood Intervention program.

ECI Information

  • Immunization Rates for all EI ECSE Programs in Oregon
  • Procedural Safeguards: English / Spanish - This booklet provides parents of children with disabilities from birth to kindergarten an overview of their educational rights, also called procedural safeguards. This booklet is the Notice of Procedural Safeguards for parents and surrogate parents. Federal law requires you to be informed of all procedural safeguards, even those that seldom arise with young children.
  • Do You Know Campaign: The "Do You Know Campaign" is a series of posters developed by the Jackson/Josephine County LICC program that identify simple facts for parents promoting a healthy learning environment for children ages birth to five.
  • Do You Have Concerns About Your Child's Development: This brochure produced by ODE identifies the local Early Intervention and Early Childhood Special Education programs throughout Oregon including contact information.


Do you want to learn more about your child's development?
For children between the ages of birth and 5 years…
Use the ASQ questionnaires to check your child's general development. The results help determine if a child's development is on schedule.
Use the ASQ:SE questionnaire to check your child’s social emotional development. Results help identify appropriate social emotional competence in young children.
What do I need to do?
•Review and accept the information on the parent consent form.
•Answer a few questions about your child and family
•Fill out the age appropriate ASQ and ASQ:SE questionnaires for your child
What happens after I complete the questionnaire?
•Results will be sent to you by email at your request
•Fun play activities for you and your child are available for download

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