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WSESD Early On Services Provide Early Intervention for Families


Did you know that WSESD provides Early On services to 60 families in Lake, Mason, and Oceana counties? Early On is a program that provides resources and support to families with children aged birth to three years old. Early On works on all developmental skills and is facilitated through a coaching model. These skills may include; crawling, walking, talking, emotions and feelings, feeding, and play skills.


WSESD Early On has been busy this summer! Over the past few months, the team has delivered over 250 different enrichment activities to families throughout the three counties. The activities included a variety of small toys, board books, bubbles, and Magna-Doodles. With each activity provided, a team member created a handout to help facilitate engagement between parent and child and encourage further developmental skills. Pictured is a child from Lake County who receives Early On services with the bath toys she received and a book, “How to Bathe Your Little Dinosaur”. Also pictured is a child from Mason County who received a blanket. Another child from Oceana County is holding her favorite book provided by WSESD Early On.


Parents and Children alike are grateful for WSESD Early On!


If you think your infant or toddler may have a developmental delay, or a pre-existing medical condition, contact Early On at 1-800-Early-On or complete our online referral form here: Early On | Referral.