Individualized Family Service Plan
If determined eligible, you will then help to develop your child’s IFSP. You will help to create measureable goals or outcomes expected for your child and family, as well as how and when it is hoped they will be achieved. You will also help to determine what services will be provided, what service provider will provide them, in what setting they will occur, how often, and for what length of time. Available services include Special Instruction, Speech Language Pathology, Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Audiology, Behavior Support, Vision Support, and Hearing Support.

The Service Coordinator will continue to be your main point of contact once services begin. She will monitor your child’s progress, communicate with providers on your behalf, coordinate annual evaluations, plan for transition as your child approaches age three, and assist you in accessing community resources.