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The Early Childhood Intervention Program (ECIP) is a network of community-based supports for the families of children up to the age of six who experience developmental delays or are at risk of delay.
Children experiencing developmental delays or disabilities and children who may be at risk of experiencing developmental delays are eligible for ECIP services.
These delays may be:
Children do not require any diagnosis to begin home-visiting services through ECIP.
ECIP work is most successful when delays are addressed at an early stage. Participation can begin at birth, or as soon as the family notices a delay in development.
Involvement in the program is voluntary. Parents may refer themselves to their local ECIP or be referred by others in the family's care-circle, such as health care professionals or educators, with parental consent.
For more information about ECIPs in Saskatchewan, visit the ECIP website or contact the offices below:
|City / Town
||Region / Division
||Surrounding area, including Ile-a-la-Crosse
||Southeast Cornerstone School Division
||Holy Family Roman Catholic Separate School
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