We know, the earlier the better! The Maryland Infants and Toddlers Program (MITP) provides early intervention supports and services to young children with delays/disabilities and their families through 24 local infants and toddlers programs, in collaboration with numerous public and private agencies.
The Maryland Infant and Toddler’s Program recognizes that appropriate supports and services that increase parents’ and caregivers’ abilities to enhance their child’s development will lead to improved outcomes for children and families. The goal of the program is that, as a result of participating in early intervention services, children have increased: positive social interactions, engagement in daily activities and routines, and independence, and that families: know their rights, can effectively communicate their child’s needs, and can help their child develop and learn.
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