Services to young children who have or are at risk for developmental

delays have been shown to positively impact outcomes across developmental domains,

including health, language and communication, cognitive development, and social/emotional development.  


Families benefit from early intervention by being able to

better meet their children’s special needs from an early age and throughout their lives.





Early Intervention services Colorado

 Supports and services to promote the greatest possible outcomes for infants and toddlers, birth through two years of age, who                              have significant developmental delays or disabilities. In order to take advantage of Early Intervention,                                          families need to contact the Community Centered Board for the city or county in which the family resides.                             A referral may be made for the family or provide contact information to the family. 


Colorado Talking Book Library

Take advantage of the services offered by the Colorado Talking Book Library (CTBL). CTBL provides postage-free recorded, braille, and large print library materials to eligible residents in Colorado. Please click here for the Application. For more information on CTBL Services and eligibility click on the title above.


Child Find is a process of evaluating children, who are at risk developmentally, in a variety of areas, including cognitive functioning, physical functioning, hearing and vision, speech and language and social and emotional development.  This process, is free for children and involves trained professionals through the school districts or Boards of Cooperative Educational Services (BOCES).


Head Start provides a no-fee educational experience for 3- and 4-year-old children who meet specific eligibility requirements: low-income, homeless or child with identified special needs.




The Colorado Preschool Program (CPP) is a state-funded early childhood education program administered by the Colorado Department of Education. CPP provides the opportunity for eligible at risk children to attend half-day or full-day preschool or full-day kindergarten, located in school district settings, local child care centers, community preschools or Head Start programs.   School districts and their preschool advisory councils administer the program and each participating school district is given a predetermined number of half-day slots to serve eligible children. 

  • 201 E. Colfax, Room 105 Denver, CO 80203


The Study to Explore Early Development (SEED) is a multi-year study funded by CDC, currently the largest study in the United States to help identify factors that may put children at risk for autism spectrum disorder and other developmental disabilities. 

  • 1600 Clifton Rd, Atlanta, GA 033+H105


Providing services to families who have children up to three years of age with developmental delays to support each child's learning and development in the every day places where families spend time - in the home, childcare program, and other places in the community. 

  • Anschutz Medical Campus Education
  • 2 South, 5th Floor, 13121 E 17th Ave., C234 Aurora, CO 80045
  • 303-724-5266