Early Childhood Intervention Program – Charnelle Gill, Program Manager
Last updated 10/11/2021 at 9:26pm
The Early Childhood Intervention Program provides services to all native children ages 0-5 living on the Lake Traverse Reservation. ECIP’s goal is to screen all children enrolled in our program at the appropriate age level. Refer children that show a possible delay or disability to the appropriate agency to be placed on an Individual Family Services Plan or Individual Education Plan according to age. Follow all children referred and placed on plans to provide Intervention services to the families. Provide monthly parent meetings with issues and concerns that affect parents enrolled in our program.
Developmental Screenings: 27 in depth screenings completed on children that high risk, or have been referred in the past for possible delays/interventions.
19 Screened with ASQ
Total children screened: 46
Total attempts: 20
34 children were provided Intervention/Family liaisons at least once per month and up to four time per month depending on family availability.
*When school begins, children that are in school regularly will be provided family liaison services once per month. Children not in school will receive Intervention and Family Liaison services throughout the month.
Intakes: 29 children were enrolled in the Early Childhood Intervention Program Approximately 175 children received diapers/wipes or laundry soap and PWNA donated items at our monthly virtual parent Meeting. Families enduring quarantine due to the pandemic were supplied with diapers and formula.