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Early Intervention Services for Children with a Hearing Loss

Contact the Newborn Screening Program

Children who have a confirmed permanent hearing loss are eligible to receive early intervention services through Early Steps. Florida's goal is that all children with a confirmed permanent hearing loss who are referred to Early Steps are enrolled to receive services and that these services start by six months of age. Each quarter, two local Early Steps programs are recognized for doing well with enrolling children with a hearing loss and starting services in a timely manner. Below are winners so far:

  • Big Bend Early Steps for July through September 2012
  • Western Panhandle Early Steps for July through September 2012
  • Gold Coast Early Steps for October through December 2012
  • Southernmost Coast Early Steps for October through December 2012
  • Southwest Florida Early Steps for January 2013 through March 2013
  • Gulf Central Early Steps for January 2013 through March 2013
  • North Beaches Early Steps for April 2013 through June 2013
  • North Dade Early Steps for April 2013 through June 2013
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