Idaho Infant Toddler Program

State Department of Health and Welfare

UPDATED: October 25, 2018

Early intervention services meet the developmental needs of the child and family to support the child's development. Research shows that infants and toddlers learn best through daily routines and everyday learning opportunities that occur in the child's home, community, and childcare settings. Research also shows that parents have the greatest impact on their child's learning.

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