No two children develop, grow and learn in the same way or at same pace. However, children do develop in certain predictable ways. If you have questions or concerns about how your infant or toddler plays, hears, sees, talks, eats or moves, contact Early ACCESS. Early ACCESS is for families with young children, birth to age 3. Early ACCESS works with families to identify child and family needs, determine if the child is eligible for Early ACCESS early intervention services, coordinate services, learn new information and discover what works best for each child. Watch this video to learn more about Early ACCESS services.
If you are the parent or caregiver of a child who is birth to 3 years of age and you want to learn more about Early ACCESS for your child and family click here.
Do you work with children, birth to 3 years of age, and their families and want to learn more about Early ACCESS? Click here to learn more.
For providers currently working in the Early ACCESS system and for those interested in a career in Early ACCESS, explore the information on the website.
If you are a member of Iowa's Council for Early ACCESS (ICEA) or if you are interested in learning more about the ICEA and becoming a member, click here.