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Infant Toddler Network

Spokane Regional Health District's Infant Toddler Network (ITN) is the single point of contact for anyone with concerns about the development of a local child, from birth to age three. Network staff, primarly family resource coordinators (FRCs) connect children and families with early intervention resources and services.

Family Resources Coordinators:

  • Serve as a single point of contact for families
  • Coordinate evaluations and assessments
  • Inform families of advocacy and peer support services
  • Coordinate with medical and health care providers
  • Identify and assist families in accessing resources for funding
  • Coordinate all services across agency lines
  • Develop an Individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP)

Early intervention services are designed for families to meet the developmental needs of the child. ITN contracts with five primary providers, throughout Spokane County, for early intervention services:

Support for children with hearing loss:

ITN receives funding through the Washington State Department of Early Learning's Early Support for Infants and Toddlers (ESIT) program, as well as by the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA Part C).

Spokane County Interagency Coordinating Council (CICC)

The Spokane CICC provides networking opportunities for families, community professionals, and other individuals who are committed to quality support and services for children with developmental delays, birth to three years old, and their families.
CICC brochure (pdf)

 

Do you have concerns about a child's development?

Call the Infant Toddler
Network today:
(509) 324.1651

FREE Child Find evaluation events

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June 29, 2016