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Addressing a child's developmental delays early on.

Early On Michigan offers early intervention services for infants and toddlers, birth to three years of age, with developmental delay(s) and/or disabilities, and their families.  Research has shown that by addressing delays early on - especially between birth and age 3 - children have better outcomes, even into adulthood.

To understand whether you should refer a child, learn more about typical development by visiting the CDC's Learn the Signs. Act Early. campaign.

Don't worry. But don't wait.

If you think your infant or toddler may have a developmental delay, or a pre-existing medical condition, contact Early On at 1-800-Early-On or complete our online referral form.

View the updated Early On Established Conditions List One-pager and a list of Established Conditions that indicate automatic eligibility for Early On supports and services.

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