Early intervention services are family-centered services and supports that help families meet the overall developmental needs of an infant or toddler (birth to three years old). The Guam Department of Education Guam Early Intervention System (GEIS) provides diagnostic, family support, and intervention services to infants, toddlers, and their families.
Steps to Receiving Early Intervention Services
- Information is gathered about the child, and parents’ consent is obtained.
- Evaluation / Assessment is conducted to determine if the child is eligible for services. The family is involved with the evaluation process.
- The evaluation(s) will be reviewed and eligibility for the program will be determined with the family.
For more information about the Guam Early Intervention System please call 300-5776 / 5816, or visit their website at sites.google.com/a/gdoe.net/geis/.