Infant-Toddler Networks (Part C IDEA)

Infant-Toddler programs, also known as tiny-k, are family-centered early intervention programs with the primary purpose of helping families whose children have developmental delays or disabilities. These programs serve children from birth until their third birthday. Through free screenings, families can receive information on their growth and development. 

If a child qualifies for our services, an individualized plan will be put into place based on the family’s priorities. Services may include specialized instruction and other therapies.  All services are free and home-based.

Three tiny-K Infant Toddler Networks (Southeast Kansas Birth to Three, REACH tiny-K, and Leavenworth County Infant Toddler Services) are part of the Greenbush family of programs; meanwhile, Greenbush partners with several other networks to provide administrative support and resources. 

Services

Services available through tiny-K Infant Toddler Networks include:

  • Family training, counseling, and home visits
  • Special instruction
  • Speech-language pathology and audiology services, and sign language and cued language services
  • Occupational therapy
  • Physical therapy
  • Psychological services
  • Services coordination
  • Medical services as needed for diagnostic or evaluation purposes
  • Early identification, screening, and assessment
  • Health services necessary to enable participation in other services
  • Social work services
  • Vision services
  • Assistive technology devices and services
  • Transportation and related costs to facilitate participation