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Key Websites for Early On Michigan


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There are many websites that host information in relation to Early On. Here are a few "key" websites to help you when looking for information related to services and supports for infants and toddlers for Early On. For questions, feel free to call 1-800-EARLY ON (327-5966) OR email:

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Key Websites for Early On Michigan

  1. 1. –Primary Audience: Parents & Primary Referral Sources Key Feature: Online Referral Access for Infants & Toddlers (0 up to 3)
  2. 2. Primary Audience: Early On Coordinators and Service Providers, Partner Agencies (DHS), MDCH, MDE Key Features: Trainings, Information, Resources, Policy
  3. 3. Primary Audience: Coordinators and Agencies Key Feature: Order FREE Public Awareness Materials
  4. 4. Audience: Everyone Key Feature: Place Orders for Promotional Products Referred to as the “E-Store”
  5. 5. Audience: Everyone Key Feature: Search for Resources by Zip-Code
  6. 6. – Primary Audience: Higher ED Faculty Key Features: Trainings, Resources & Information about early intervention & best practices
  7. 7. - Audience: Everyone Key Feature: Order Child Developmental “Foundation Wheels” for those Out-of-State – Fees Apply
  8. 8. Audience: Parents of 3 to 5 Year Olds in Clinton and Ingham County Key Feature: Apply for FREE Preschool
  9. 9. Primary Audience: Everyone Key Resources: Fun Resources & Information
  10. 10. Primary Audience: Everyone Key Features: Resources & Information
  11. 11. Primary Audience: Parents of children ages 3 to 5 who have concerns about their preschoolers development Key Features: Early Childhood Special Education Services (ECSE) Information Website Set to Launch early May, 2014
  12. 12. Audience: Everyone – Key Features: Resources for Parents & Providers, Focus on 3 to 5 Year Olds - Set to launch in early May, 2014
  13. 13. Primary Audience: Everyone Key Features: Resources & Information about Preschool – focus on Early Childhood Special Education
  14. 14. This Project has been de-commissioned. Used to provide Intake for Children and Youth ages 3 to 26 whom may be eligible for Special Education Services Website will be Re-purposed to Serve Clinton County RESA only.
  15. 15. Michigan Service Area and Collection Data for Part C Primary Audience: Early On Coordinators and Providers
  16. 16. Lead Agency – Primary Audience: Everyone Key Features: State and Federal Resources
  17. 17. Partner Agency – 1-800-552-4821 Primary Audience: Parents of Children & Youth with Disabilities Key Features: Special Education & Disability Information, Trainings, & Webinars