Early Intervention Laws for Children from Birth to Three

  • Early intervention is a term reserved for medical and educational services provided to children who are between the ages of zero to three years. Infants and toddlers from birth through two years and 11 months are covered by specific laws. These laws usually use the terms “early childhood” or “early intervention”. When a child turns three years old, the child’s rights and protection are covered by general education laws

  • Federal Mandates

  • State Rules