Early Intervention

Babies, birth to three, have a lot to learn, but not all babies are learning as well as they can. Services for very young children, from birth to the 3rd birthday, are called “Early Intervention”. Early Intervention is a great way to help babies catch up or work on specific skills.

We Are with You Every Step of the Way

Having someone you can go to for questions and support is very important. At RMHS, our compassionate and professional service coordinators are committed to strong families and positive early learning experiences. Your Early Intervention service coordinator will

  • Develop and coordinate a plan of services

  • Monitor your baby’s progress

  • Help your child transition to preschool services at age three and/or connect you with other resources

The Path to Great Learning Experiences Starts Now

  • Early Intervention can reduce problems related to learning, behavior and health.

  • Starting early helps your child feel more confident and gets learning on track. Mastering basic skills is important for success in school and your child’s future.

  • Many children who receive early intervention do not need special education or other services later in life.


Early Intervention services focus on all of the basic and brand new skills that babies learn during the first three years of life.  Babies learn best in the home and that’s why services are usually provided in your home at a time that is convenient for you. We know your life is busy and we help you learn how fun, playful activities can help your baby develop important skills.

  • Communication: Helping your baby understand language, use words, speak clearly and follow simple requests or directions.

  • Motor/Physical: Learning skills such as reaching, rolling, crawling, and walking.

  • Social Emotional: Helping your baby feel secure and happy by offering ideas to decrease frustration and improve behavior.  

  • Thinking: Helping your toddler work on matching, pointing to pictures, playing and other age appropriate skills and concepts.

  • Self-Help: Beginning to learn self-care skills such as eating, dressing and toileting. The goal for your child is to begin to become more independent and master new skills.

Learn More or Refer a Child


Make a Referral: You can electronically submit a referral by completing our Online Referral Form or downloading the Early Intervention form in English or Spanish for children birth through 2 years old or the Child Find Form for children 3 to 5 years old


Early Intervention Colorado


Metro Area Contacts for Early Intervention and Family Resources: Download a list of phone and fax numbers

Learn the Signs. Act Early: Learn more about developmental milestones in English or Spanish


For More Information:​


Information for RMHS EI Providers: Provider specific information can be found in the provider section of our website.

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Denver, CO 80231

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