The Heuser Early Intervention Program provides home-based services for children, birth to age three, through the Kentucky and Indiana First Steps programs.
What Is First Steps?
First Steps programs are statewide early intervention systems that provide services to children with developmental disabilities from birth to age three and their families in response to the federal Infant-Toddler Program. First Steps programs offer comprehensive services through a variety of community agencies and service disciplines.
Kentucky’s First Steps program is administered by the Department for Public Health in the Cabinet for Health and Family Services. Indiana’s First Steps program is administered by the Family and Social Services Administration Division of Disability and Rehabilitative Services.
ACCESS TO FIRST STEPS SERVICES
In Kentucky, families may obtain more information about services through First Steps or make a referral to First Steps by calling (877) 417-8377, (800) 442-0087 or (502) 429-1249.
In Indiana, families may obtain more information about services by calling (800) 545-7763, (800) 674-2285 or (812) 738-1975.