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Early On Public Awareness

Early On Public Awareness activities have included strengthening outreach through statewide media. The goal is designed to generate and build awareness about Michigan's early intervention system and resources that may be available to families who have concerns about the development of their children.

Early On Public Awareness has used various media outlets, which have included:

  • Statewide billboard advertisements
  • Statewide radio (commercial and public radio)
  • Television public service announcements, including major cable outlets and public access television stations
  • Newspaper and/or print advertisements

Additional Outreach Efforts Include:

  • Pediatricians and Physicians Outreach
  • Outreach to other health care providers: nurses, social workers, practitioners, maternal and perinatal health providers, and hospitals.
  • Local Health Department Outreach (includes WIC: Women, Infants, and Children)
  • Intermediate School District Outreach (includes outreach to Public School Academies and Charter Schools)
  • Outreach to children who are homeless, migrants or highly mobile children, and Native American children.
  • Outreach to child care providers and early childhood educators and numerous associations working with those who provide services to families of young children.
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©2023 Early On® Michigan · It is the policy of the Clinton County Regional Educational Service Agency (RESA) that no discriminatory practices based on gender, race, religion, color, age, national origin, disability, height, weight, marital status, sexual orientation, political affiliations and beliefs, or any other status covered by federal, state or local law be allowed in providing instructional opportunities, programs, services, job placement assistance, employment or in policies governing student conduct and attendance. Any person suspecting a discriminatory practice should contact the Associate Superintendent for Special Education, 1013 South US-27, St. Johns, MI 48879, or call 989-224-6831.