- South Dakota Birth to Three provides free early intervention services for children from birth to age 3 who have a disability or a developmental delay.
- ZERO TO THREE is a national nonprofit organization that trains and supports professionals, policymakers and parents in their efforts to promote the health and development of infants and toddlers.
- InfantSEE is a public health program that ensures eye and vision care become an essential part of infant wellness to improve a child's quality of life. Under this program, managed by Optometry Cares - the American Optometric Association Foundation, participating optometrists give a free comprehensive eye assessment to infants between 6 and 12 months old.
- Center for Early Literacy Learning offers resources for early childhood intervention practitioners, parents and other caregivers of children between birth and 5 years old with identified disabilities or developmental delays, as well as those at risk for poor outcomes.
- Center on the Social and Emotional Foundations for Early Learning is a national resource center that focuses on the social and emotional development and school readiness of young children between birth and age 5.
- Early Childhood Technical Assistance Center works through technical assistance centers to improve service systems and assist states in growing and sustaining services and research-based interventions for infants, toddlers and preschoolers with disabilities and their families.
- Technical Assistance Center on Social Emotional Intervention for Young Children takes the research that shows which practices improve the social-emotional outcomes for young children with, or at risk for, delays or disabilities and creates free products and resources to help decision-makers, caregivers and service providers apply these best practices.
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