The Birth to 3 Program is an early intervention program for infants and toddlers with developmental delays and disabilities. It is a comprehensive, community-based, statewide system that promotes a family-centered approach to early intervention. It emphasizes family strengths and incorporates informal and community resources. The system ensures cooperative planning between the state of Wisconsin and counties, promotes uniformity of interventions available across the state, and involves the education, health and social service systems.

The program can assess the child's developmental ability to:General Eligibility
Child must have a developmental delay of at least 25% in one area as noted through Birth to 3 evaluation or other records, or diagnosis with a high probability of a develolpmental delay, or atypical development (such as asymmetrical movement, variant speech and language patterns, delay in achieving significant interactive milestones).

Eligibility is not based on income guidelines and there is no waiting list.

Related Information and Websites:

Wisconsin Department of Health Services

Waisman Center - Wisconsin Birth to Three Program Training and Technical Assistance

Collaborating Partners of Wisconsin

Wisconsin Alliance for Infant Mental Health