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Governor's Council on Disabilities and Special Education

Early Intervention Committee

The Early Intervention Committee (EIC) is a standing committee of the Governor's Council. It meets monthly by teleconference. Members include parents of infants or toddlers with disabilities, service providers, and others who are involved in the agencies that provide services to infants, toddlers & families.

What does the EIC do?

The committee works on priority issues and activities related to the effective operations of Alaska's family-centered statewide Early Intervention/Infant Learning Program. Committee members may be involved in workgroups that are conducting:

  • research
  • planning
  • monitoring
  • advocacy

Family participation on all committees of the Council are welcome and encouraged. It's a great way to participate in the continuing development of the Early Intervention/Infant Learning Program.

Can you get involved?
Call us at 269-8462 or Elena Markova for more information.

Alaska's Early Intervention/Infant Learning Program (ILP) would like you to know your rights as a parent:

ILP provides specialized services for infants and toddlers, 0-3 years old, who have developmental delays and/or disabilities. 

Programs for Infants and Children (PIC), (Facebook), with a grant from the Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority, (Facebook), and input from stakeholders, including parents, produced a series of 9 short videos designed to help families understand important program information, including their rights, when they get services from Alaska’s Early Intervention/Infant Learning Program (EI/ILP), (Facebook).

Parents Rights, part one

Parents Rights, part two

Your Right to Confidentiality

Parental Consent

Evaluation and Assessment

Understanding an IFSP

Transition from ILP

Billing: FAQ

Dispute Resolution