IDEA Part C Office
The Nevada Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) is the Lead Agency for Early Intervention Services (EIS). The Part C Office provides the oversight of Early Intervention Services of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA). The IDEA was created with a vision for comprehensive, interagency, multidisciplinary, family-centered, and community-based services accessible to all infants and toddlers with disabilities and to many who are at risk for disabilities. This law has been reauthorized as the Individuals with Disabilities Education Improvement Act of 2004 (IDEA) or Public Law 108-446.
All Early Intervention Referrals Statewide may call: 1-800-522-0066
To oversee the development and implementation of a statewide, family-centered, community-based, comprehensive, interagency service delivery system for infants and toddlers (birth through two) who are eligible for Part C services, and their families. This system will be continuously monitored and evaluated to ensure that appropriate and evidenced based services are provided, families are respected, supported and involved, and that the potential of each child is maximized.
The Nevada Part C Office is responsible for a:
Where to Begin?
If you are concerned about your child's development, the first step is to have your child referred for evaluation and assessment. You can refer your child directly or you can have your child's physician or another professional make the referral for you.
For more information:
Or you may contact:
Infant & Toddler Coordinators Association
The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) Infant and Toddler Coordinators Association is organized as a not-for-profit corporation to promote mutual assistance, cooperation, and exchange of information and ideas in the administration of Part C and to provide support to state and territory Part C coordinators.
To achieve this, the Association is committed to:
• Identify and represent the interests of state and territory infant and toddler early intervention programs at the national level;
• Develop and recommend models, standards, policies, and programs that promote quality services to eligible infants and toddlers and their families; and
• Strengthen current leadership and foster new leadership in early intervention programs at the local, state or territory, and national levels.