The Garrett County Infants and Toddlers Program is a family-centered system of early intervention services for young children with developmental delays and disabilities— and their families through an Individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP). By recognizing each family's concerns and priorities and focusing on each child's strengths and needs, the Garrett County Infants and Toddlers Program assists families of children with special needs during the first four years of the child's developmental journey. Garrett County Public Schools is the lead agency for this program.
Maryland’s Extended IFSP Option offers families the choice to remain on an IFSP beyond their child’s third birthday, if their child is determined eligible for preschool special education and related services as a child with a disability. The extension of IFSP services beyond age 3, incorporates the strength of the special education/preschool education program with the existing infants and toddlers family-centered model. The Extended IFSP Option moves Maryland toward its mission of creating a seamless birth through 5 early childhood intervention and preschool special education system of services
- Deneice Crites, Birth-Five Coordinator
- Melanie Williams, Diagnostic Prescriptive Teacher
- Glenda Sisler, Special Instruction Teacher
- Sherri Fredlock, Speech Pathologist