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Early Intervention Links

Links to Web sites related to early intervention are included below. Send suggestions for additions to: isei@uw.edu

  • American Association for Home-Based Early Interventions (AAHBEI)-- serves parents of and those working in the field of early home intervention with infants, toddlers, and preschoolers with special needs. (USA)
  • Brookes Publishing Company-- the premier publisher in the early intervention field in the United States with close ties and affiliations with publishers in numerous countries throughout the world. (USA)
  • Center for Prevention & Early Intervention -- WestEd's Center for Prevention & Early Intervention provides nationally recognized training, technical assistance and resources for successful education, special education, early intervention, and child care. (USA)
  • Centre for Community Child Health - Early Childhood Connections -- contains more than 400 Australian and 350 International website links. (AUSTRALIA)
  • Centre for Special Needs and Studies in Inclusive Education (CSNSIE)-- (formerly Centre for Special Needs and Studies in Inclusive Education) was formed in the summer of 2000. CSNSEI seeks to promote the implementation of inclusive education, to ensure each child, including the gifted and talented, disabled and socially disadvantaged, has access to a quality and holistic schooling. (HONG KONG)
  • CLAS Institute--Culturally and Linguistically Appropriate Services, Early Childhood Research Institute at University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. (USA)
  • Communication Matrix and Matriz de la Comunicación -- free online communication assessment service (in English and in Spanish) for children operating at the earliest stages of communication development (0-24 months). Especially useful to assess children who use pre-symbolic communication or alternative (nonspeech) symbolic systems. (USA)
  • Design to Learn™ -- offers strategies and materials to address the educational needs of children and adults who have severe disabilities, including multiple and "low incidence" disabilities such as deafblindness and autism. (USA)
  • The Division for Early Childhood (DEC)-- of the Council for Exceptional Children (CEC). (USA)
  • Downside Up, Ltd.--A charity dedicated to improving the quality of life for Russian children with Down syndrome. (RUSSIA)
  • The Down Syndrome Educational Trust -- A registered charity, based in the United Kingdom, and a recognized leader in scientific research into the development and education of individuals with Down syndrome. (UNITED KINGDOM)
  • Early Childhood Care and Development-- Site of The Consultative Group on Early Childhood Care and Development. (USA)
  • Early Childhood Research Institute on Measuring Growth and Development-- a comprehensive, individualized measurement system for children with disabilities from birth to eight years of age (USA)
  • The Early Intervention Association of Nova Scotia (EINS) -- formed in 1996
    by parents of children receiving services, board members of existing Early
    Intervention programs, professionals working within the field, and other
    interested individuals. (CANADA)
  • EIRI--Early Intervention Research Institute at the Center for Persons with Disabilities, Utah State University. (USA)
  • Eleanor Roosevelt Institute--an independent facility for basic biomedical research in Denver, CO. (USA)
  • EURLYAID -- The European Network in Early Intervention - established to promote the exchange of information about early intervention among European early intervention services.
  • First Steps Program, Kentucky Department for Public Health -- First Steps is a statewide early intervention system in the State of Kentucky which provides services to children with developmental disabilities from birth to age 3 and their families. (USA)
  • Frank Porter Graham Child Development Center --This Center, located at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, is a multidisciplinary center for the study of young children and their families. (USA)
  • Imagine online magazine -- The first annual online magazine dedicated to Early Childhood Music Therapy, sponsored by the American Music Therapy Association (AMTA). The vision of imagine is to enhance the lives of young children and their families through music by sharing knowledge, strategies, ideas, and government related issues with colleagues around the world.
  • Infants and Young Children -- An interdisciplinary journal of special care practices. (Lippincott Williams, & Wilkins) (USA)
  • The Journal of Early Intervention-- published by the International Division for Early Childhood of the Council for Exceptional Children. (USA)
  • Lippincott Williams, & Wilkins-- a leading international publisher of professional health information, including the journal, Infants and Young Children. (USA)
  • New Mexico’s Support NETwork for Early Intervention-- the Network for Effective Training and Technical Assistance for New Mexico's Early Intervention programs. (USA)
  • NICHCY--The National Information Center for Children and Youth with Disabilities (USA)
  • The Ontario Association for Infant Development-- serves families and professionals involved in Infant Development and Early Intervention Services within and outside of Ontario, Canada. (CANADA)
  • The Orelena Hawks Puckett Institute-- a not-for-profit organization engaging in activities that enhance and promote healthy child, parent and family functioning. (USA)
  • Pathways Awareness Foundation -- a national, nonprofit organization dedicated to raising awareness about the benefit of early detection, intervention and therapy of physical differences in children. This site also includes a "parent-answered" toll free hotline.(USA)
  • Preemie Magazine -- a free print publication and online community for parents of preemies and the professionals that care for preemies from birth into the school years. (USA)
  • Proyecto GENYSI (Grupo de Estudios Neonatológicos y Servicios de Intervención) -- provides information (in Spanish) regarding multidisciplinary approaches to Early Childhood Intervention. (SPAIN)
  • Puterakembara -- An informational website on Autism in Indonesia (partially published in English). (INDONESIA)
  • SpeciaLink-the National Centre for Child Care Inclusion-- puts researchers, policy makers, parents, early childhood educators and directors in touch with the best inclusive practices on the frontlines of Canadian child care. (CANADA)
  • Talaris Research Institute -- Discover how children think, feel and learn, and what parents and caregivers can do in the first five years of life to support their healthy development. This website provides useful research-based tools and helpful parenting tips. (USA)
  • Waisman Center Early Intervention Program-- This site includes an extensive set of links to policy, research and programmatic resources. (USA)
  • Winterberry Press-- publishes works on early intervention, early childhood education, family support, and family resource program materials covering a variety of assessment, practice, and research topics. (USA)
  • ZERO TO THREE-- This site contains two tracks, one for parents and one for professionals. (USA)

Please send any comments or questions to: isei@uw.edu