Dear Early Intervention Families -
We appreciate your patience, flexibility, and understanding as we have navigated services over the past several months. Our priority is to make sure every child, family, and employee is safe. As we move forward, we are starting to look at different ways that we can provide services in a safe manner while moving towards more face to face interactions and still allow us to follow the CDC guidelines. We are asking for your input on service delivery for your child. There will be a family survey emailed to all families during the week of August 24th. Please take a few minutes and answer the survey questions.
We will continue to offer services to the children in our program via tele-health. As noted above, we are moving forward with in-person options in the coming weeks. This is a very complex and evolving situation. There are constant developments, and we are making decisions in collaboration with our program leaders, school district, and state agencies, based on the best information available. As always, your health and safety is our top priority.
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