Vermont I-Team Early Intervention

The Vermont I-Team Early Intervention (EI) Project offers technical assistance (consultation) and training supports. Our consultants have experience supporting infants and toddlers with complex needs in home, hospital, child care, preschool, and other community settings. 

March 25, 2020 Update:

I-Team EI is still working and taking new referrals. Please reach out to Pamela Cummings if you have any questions.

Pamela Cummings
Email: Pamela.Cummings@uvm.edu
Phone: (802) 343-9400

Mission

Supporting Vermont early intervention teams in their work with infants and toddlers with complex needs

Vision

Access, inclusion, and participation for the youngest Vermonters

Our Team

Our collaborative team includes a Special Educator, a Speech and Language Pathologist with expertise in Alternative and Augmentative Communication (AAC), a pediatric Occupational Therapist, a pediatric Physical Therapist, and two regional Family Resources Consultants.

The I-Team EI Project is a project of the University of Vermont’s Center on Disability and Community Inclusion. The center is part of a nation-wide network of University Centers for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities whose mission is to work with people with disabilities and their families to support full access to home and community activities. This initiative, previously funded through the Agency of Education, now receives funding primarily through the Vermont Child Health Improvement Program (VCHIP) with additional funds from Vermont Children’s Integrated Services (CIS), Vermont Department for Children and Families.