Apply for the Infant Toddler Program

Based on the unique needs of the child, the Infant Toddler Program works with the family as a team to support the child's learning and development. Children referred to the Infant Toddler Program are assessed to see if they meet program eligibility.


There are two ways a child, newborn to 3 years, can be eligible for services through the Infant Toddler Program.  A child will be eligible if he or she has one of the following;

1: A significant developmental delay (30 percent below age norm, or six months behind other children the same age) in any of the following five areas of development;

  • Cognitive - such as thinking, learning and reasoning
  • Adaptive or self-help skills - such as feeding, dressing, and taking care of himself or herself
  • Communication skills - such as understanding and using sounds, gestures, and words, pointing, understanding your words, expressing thoughts and needs
  • Physical development - such as vision, hearing, movement, and health
  • Social - emotional development - such as getting along with others, expressing feeling, developing relationships, ability to relate to others

2: A physical or medical condition (called an "established condition") that usually results in developmental delay.  Established conditions can include Down Syndrome, serious hearing or vision problems, cerebral palsy, cleft lip/palate, and more.

If eligible, an Individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP) is written that outlines services for the child and their family. This plan is reviewed every six months. 

Make a referral by completing the online referral form, or contacting us using the contact information to the right.

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Make a referral form
Complete the online form to send referral information to the Infant Toddler Program.
Contact Us
If you have any questions about early intervention services for a child under the age of three, contact us.

Infant Toddler Program
450 W State Street, 5th Floor
Boise, ID 83720
United States