A trio of photos: first a white toddler with fluffy ginger curls lolls in an adult's arms; next a Black infant sits in a high chair, as a Black woman looks at him adoringly; finally an almond-skinned toddler with lofty brown curls stands in the arms of a Latina in her early thirties. The toddler looks offscreen wistfully as the woman stares at the toddler with love. Text: Vermont I-Team Early Intervention.

The I-Team Early Intervention Project supports Vermont early intervention teams in their work with infants and toddlers with complex needs. 

We provide technical assistance and training for local early intervention teams supporting infants and toddlers with complex developmental and/or medical profiles. The I-Team Early Intervention Project supports Vermont early intervention teams in their work with infants and toddlers with complex needs. We support teams and families at home, childcare and other community settings.

Learn more about I-Team Early Intervention

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New: Talking About Better Intervention Strategies

Project coordinator Pamela Cummings recently sat down with nurse and parent Rachel Wright. They talk about Wright's journey from medical professional to mother, and specifically what she's learned from being the mother of three sons, one of whom is a child with disabilities and complex needs.

What can other parents learn about negotiating the journey through the medical jargon maze? And how can medical professionals be better partners to parents and other family members?


 

Additional Early Intervention Resources

  • Sally in Bloom: A Case Study

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    In order for a child to blossom, we believe everyone must do their part. Our 2020 case study shows how I-Team EI supports work with local providers to let a child grow and thrive.

    Read our case study (PDF)