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    • Is the term used to describe the services and supports that are available to babies and young children with developmental delays and disabilities and their families.
    • May include speech therapy, physical therapy, and other types of services based on the needs of the child and family.
    • Can have a significant impact on a child’s ability to learn new skills and overcome challenges and can increase success in school and life.
    • Programs are available in every state and territory. These publicly funded programs provide services for free or at reduced cost for any child who is eligible.

    Early intervention is for kids ages birth to age 3. To be eligible, your child must have either:

    • A developmental delay, or
    • A specific health condition that will probably lead to a delay. This includes things like certain genetic disorders, birth defects, and hearing loss.

    Each state has its own rules for which children are eligible. Although all states offer early intervention, not all states do it the same way. States define developmental delays in different ways and provide services for different health conditions.

    In a few states, kids may get services if they’re at risk for a developmental delay because of factors like low birth weight, drug exposure, and other environmental issues.

    If your child is eligible, a team from your state’s early intervention program will work with your family to develop an Individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP). This plan defines goals and the types of services that will help you and your child. (If your child doesn’t qualify for services, there are still things you can do.)

    A child who qualifies may receive one or more of these services:

    • Speech and language therapy
    • Physical or occupational therapy
    • Psychological services
    • Home visits
    • Medical, nursing, or nutrition services
    • Hearing (audiology) or vision services
    • Social work services
    • Transportation
    • Assistive technology

    A service coordinator from the early intervention program will help set up and schedule services.

    Early intervention services usually last until a child’s third birthday. But that doesn’t mean you’re suddenly on your own when your child turns 3. Your child’s service coordinator will hold a transition meeting to talk about moving your child from early intervention services to special education services under IDEA. These services can pick up where early intervention leaves off.

    A few months before your child’s third birthday, you and the early intervention team will discuss the transition. This will help you find out how to prepare your child for what’s next. If your child is eligible for preschool special education, a member of the local school district will work with you, too.

    If your child is already 3, it’s not too late for help. As with a younger child, the first step is getting an evaluation. It will determine if your child needs special education or related services.

    If your child is eligible, you’ll meet with the school to develop an Individualized Education Program (IEP) for your preschooler. In addition to special education, this might include related services similar to those for infants and toddlers.

    A lot happens in these first few years. And for kids who aren’t on track developmentally, early intervention can make a huge difference. For more information, learn about what an early intervention evaluation looks at. And read up on common myths about early intervention.

    No download is necessary. MEIS is web-based and you can access it via Internet browser. We do offer mobile apps for IOS and Android that you may download onto a compatible phone or tablet.

    Web Based:
    A computer or mobile device – A built-in or external camera – A microphone, speakers, or a headphone – The latest version of the Google Chrome browser or Firefox browser for computers – The latest version of Safari browser for iPads and iPhones – The latest version of Google Chrome browser for Android devices.
    App Based:
    The latest version of IOS or Android on your mobile device. Most mobile devices are supported.

    That depends on the level of usage you need. If you are using our basic package, it only takes a few minutes to create an account and start scheduling meetings. For branded materials, it may take a few days to get set up

    MIS complies with HIPAA regulations and with the HIPAA Security Rule. You own your inputted data and can request it at any time. We will never sell, or use your client data in any way beyond helping you with client care. We may use your email, phone and address to contact you to better deliver our services.

    Yes. There are built-in reports and tools that help you export data to Excel, CSV, and PDF. If you need help exporting any data that the software does not allow you to export, please contact us and we will help you.

    Yes, we support most countries.

    Yes, we designed the platform to be very user-friendly. Clients can join you via a secure link (that expires) without any logins or passwords. They can also join online sessions via the client’s portal or app.

    Yes we offer both secure chat and messaging.

    Yes, some of our plans offer invoicing. You can also securely send invoices to your clients via our platform.

    Yes, you can schedule both your office and telehealth clients using our scheduler. Your clients will also receive reminders about their sessions/meetings.

    Yes, you can send your forms in MIS and your clients will be able to fill them out. Once they do, you will receive a notification and you can review them in our system. You may also use the MIS template forms.

    Yes, some of our plans allow you to document (Assessment and treatment plan, chart notes, progress notes, etc.). during a live session or after a session. We also have some common templates available (such as SOAP notes).

    Yes. MIS allows therapists to use their own materials, such as worksheets, as long as these are in PDF format or are converted to PDF format. Therapists can easily organize their own materials in MIS and retrieve them for sharing and annotation during live sessions with their clients. You can also assign your resources for home practice or education.

    Yes, some of our plans include built-in features to help therapists deliver the most effective and dynamic therapy. In addition to its secure and HIPAA compliant video conferencing, MIS offers a built-in white board, document sharing, screen sharing, video-sharing, and fun face and background filters.

    Yes, the above features are interactive on both sides (the therapist’s and the client’s sides).

    Our platform is very user friendly, and we have a library of training videos. We also offer one-on-one training and 24/7 tech support.