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Kentucky Early Interve​ntion System

Kentucky Early
Intervention System

Kentucky Early Interve​ntion System is an early intervention program and serves children from birth to age three who have a developmental delay or a medical condition known to cause a delay. New Vista provides services for children who live in our 17-county service area. Staff provide screening and determine eligibility for services as well as coordinate services for families. Services are provided in the child’s natural environment, either at home, daycare, or in the community. Parents and caregivers have the opportunity to learn and continue activities to promote child development.

No family is denied services due to the lack of insurance or the inability to pay Family Share

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Frequently Asked Questions

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Participation in Kentucky Early Intervention System is voluntary. Referrals are directed to teams at the district local point of entry (POE) offices.

The POE receives referrals to the Kentucky Early Intervention System program, determines eligibility through evaluations and assessments and coordinates development of individual family service plans.

Anyone can refer a child to Kentucky Early Intervention System services. To make a referral contact your point of entry office.

Services are provided in the child’s natural environment which includes their home, childcare, or other community setting.

Service coordination, Evaluation, Assessment, Developmental intervention, Occupational, Speech, and Physical therapy, Audiology services, Vision services, Nutrition, Psychological, and Social Work.

This will be determined through an assessment completed by a child evaluation specialist.

Services are covered through private insurance, Medicaid, and on a sliding fee scale based on income (this is called Family Share).  Those families who meet poverty level criteria may have all costs covered by the Kentucky Early Intervention System.

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