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No, any child with a chronic illness or developmental delay may qualify for case management.
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A nurse or a Social Worker will apeak with the family and develop an Individual Service Plan based on the child and family’s needs. Referrals are made to the appropriate community, state, and federal agencies that may be able to assist the family to meet the needs of their child. No direct services or monetary allowances are offered through the unit itself.
Families who have concerns about their child’s development may call Early Intervention directly using the statewide referral number: 888-653-4463. Early Intervention is a statewide system of services for infants and toddlers, birth to age 3, with developmental delays or disabilities and their families.
Special Child Health can refer you to your local Child Study Team for a comprehensive evaluation or you may speak to your pediatrician for further medical assessments and referral to specialized care.