The Kid-Link program provides early intervention services to children ages birth through two years in their natural environments. This service is also known as Infant Toddler
Part C services. The staff are trained and utilize the Primary Service Provider Model for early intervention services. This coaching model of assisting the parent(s)/care giver
to identify and learn the skills needed to assist their child's development and growth have demonstrated success in the field early intervention. These services are provided at
no cost to the families, and are for those who have a diagnosed disability, are delayed in one or more developmental areas, or are at risk of developmental delay. Kid-Link is a
contracted provider with the State of Kansas and is affiliated with the Tiny - k Alliance of Kansas. The staff meet the professional qualifications to provide Infant Toddler
early intervention services in the State of Kansas and within their fields of professional affiliation. Services are offered in six counties: Norton, Osborne, Phillips, Rooks,
Russell, and Smith.
For more information view the Kid-Link Brochure