About Early Intervention Services

Center for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Education
Early Intervention Program
Purpose as determined by the Center Guiding Principles

  1. Provide information regarding all communication opportunities to support parents in making informed decisions based on the child’s unique needs and the family’s priorities and values
  2. Respect, welcome, and support children and their families across geographic locations, communication preferences, languages and cultures.

Further information about Early Intervention Programming
Cindy Lawrence, Early Intervention Coordinator
317/232.0899 cdhhenetwork@isdh.in.gov

Early Intervention services through our CDHHE Network, a First Steps agency provided in collaboration with St. Joseph’s Institute Indiana Service Corporation (SJIIC)

  • Parent Advising,
  • Developmental Therapy- HI,
  • Speech-Language Therapy
  • Audiology

Early Intervention Roles and Services

Early Intervention services through the Center

  • Information & Resources for families and professionals
  • Deaf Mentor services connecting families to Deaf and hard of hearing adults
  • Playgroups and Family Events
  • Early Childhood assessments
  • Training & Professional Development for individual providers and First Steps agencies.

Center for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Education
Indiana State Department of Health
Mailing Address: 2 N. Meridian Indianapolis, IN 46204
Physical Location: 1200 E 42nd Street Indianapolis, IN 46205
(317) 550-4873 (fax)
(855) 875-5193 (toll free)