Early Learning Services

Infant-Toddler Networks

Supporting Families and Young Children Across Kansas

If your child is less than three years old and is experiencing developmental delays or disabilities, then the Infant Toddler programs at the Center of Community Supports from Greenbush can help you. Also known as tiny-K, these are family-centered early intervention programs with the primary purpose of helping families whose young children need early developmental support. Screenings are free and based on your child’s age.  If you ever have any question on your child’s development, it’s recommended to opt for the screening as there is no obligation for services even after the screening.

There are three tiny-K Infant Toddler Networks that are part of the Greenbush family of programs: Southeast Kansas Birth to Three, REACH tiny-K, and Leavenworth County Infant Toddler Services. Greenbush also partners with several other networks to provide administrative support and resources.

Services Provided by Infant Toddler/Tiny-K Programs:

Once a screening has been conducted, if a child qualifies for our services, an individualized plan will be put into place based on the family’s priorities. Supports and services can include: speech-language therapy, occupational therapy, physical therapy, special instruction, nutrition, social work, hearing and vision. All services are free and home-based, and include:

-Early identification, screening, and assessment

-Special instruction through and home visits

-Speech, language and hearing services

-Occupational and Physical therapy

-Psychological and social work services

-Medical services as needed for diagnostic or evaluation purposes

-Vision services

-Assistive technology devices and services

Infant Toddler programs

This service guides parents, service providers, and various community agencies in working together to assist families in ensuring children are developing to the best of their ability. One of our goals is to coordinate and provide services to infants and toddlers who have developmental delays or a diagnosed disability. These services are offered free of charge. If you suspect a delay in your infant or toddler, get in touch with us today.

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