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Developmental Concerns & Special Education

Developmental Concerns & Special Education

Infant-Toddler Services

Infant-Toddler Services (ITS) Network of Riley County is part of the state-wide system of tiny-k early intervention programs that provides FREE services to children birth to three with developmental delays. They are a team of early childhood professionals with extensive expertise and experience in working with children birth to three years of age with a wide range of abilities using the most effective practices currently available in early intervention. They partner with families to ensure children have positive social relationships, acquire and use knowledge and skills, and take appropriate action to meet their needs.

A primary goal of ITS is to build families' capacities to:

  • Understand their child's strengths, abilities, and special needs
  • Have new ways to help their child learn and develop
  • Know their rights and advocate effectively for their children

For more information, call 785-776-6363 or visit the Infant-Toddler Services website.

Developmental Concerns and Early Intervention 

In our district, we are committed to providing the highest quality early learning experiences to children with exceptionalities.

Children who have an Individualized Education Plan (IEP) and are at least three years old by August 31 of the current school year, are provided special education services in one of our Early Learning Center classrooms. For more information about our Early Learning Centers, please visit the Early Learning Centers webpage. 

If your child has an IEP, the first step is to complete the current year application found below and someone will be in contact with you soon with next steps. If you wish to contact someone, please email Elisabeth Nelson.

Now accepting applications for 2024-2025 school year 

Call 785-587-2830 if your child is age birth to 5 for early learning developmental screenings


Call 785-587-2830 if your child is age birth to 5 for early learning developmental screenings