Services provided to children birth to five years of age
The resources listed below provide services to pre-school children. To learn more, click the heading to visit a page with service and contact information.
Audiology serves students with cochlear implants and other hearing aid devices.
Autism serves students who are evaluated to be on the autism spectrum.
Early Intervention/Early Childhood Special Education
Early Intervention/Early Childhood Special Education (EI/ECSE) program provides services for children with developmental delays or disabilities that meet Oregon eligibility guidelines related to speech and language, motor, social-emotional, learning, vision, or hearing.
If a child in your care might benefit from the services offered by the EI/ECSE program, our friendly and helpful intake specialists will help you schedule an evaluation.
Our skilled nursing specialists serve both special education and regular education children who have special health needs such as seizures, asthma, severe allergies (food or insect bites), diabetes, shunts, Gastrostomy tubes, tracheotomies or catheterizations.
Speech and Language
Speech and Language Services are provided to children who exhibit fluency, articulation, voice, language and pragmatics. Services are provided in homes, intervention groups, toddler groups, clinics, and/or preschools.
Supplemental Learning Supports and Resources
Supplemental learning supports and resources.