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Agency name:

Albany Unified School District

Program name:

Albany Unified School District 0-3

Program Last Updated: 03/16/2016

This information has not been updated in 90 days. Please check with this agency to see if any changes have occured to this program information

Program Start Date: 08/01/2015 | Program End Date: 08/01/2017

This program has ended and is currently no longer running.

Program AKA (also known as): Part-C (solely low-incidence)

Program Description: In California, children with disabilities younger than three (3) years of age may also qualify for early intervention which help enhance their development. Children who qualify for early intervention services will receive services from the District if they have solely a visual, hearing, or severe orthopedic impairment. All other children in this age range who exhibit developmental delays or have established risk conditions with harmful developmental consequences will receive early intervention services from their local regional center.

Program Website: http://www.ausdk12.org

Program Contact(s):

  • Name: Victoria Berdnt
    Title: Special Education Secretary
    Phone: 510-559-6536

Ages Served:

  • 0 months - 12 months
  • 12 months - 18 months
  • 18 months - 24 months
  • 2 years - 3 years

Requirements:

  • Age
  • Live in certain residence:
  • School district boundary
  • Special Needs diagnosis

Services:

  • Speech and language therapy
  • Special education
  • Occupational therapy
  • Developmental evaluations

Location Type:

  • Center-based
  • Agency-based

Participants:

  • Both children and parents/caregivers

Languages:

  • English

Other Languages: Most languages available via interpretation services.

Genders served:

  • Female
  • Male

Type of cost:

  • No Fee

Disabilities Served:

  • Hearing
  • Visual

Other Disabilities: Orthopedic impairment

Required documentation:

  • Birth Certificate
  • Proof of Residence
  • Referral from other agency or professional

Intake Procedure:

  • Appointment Required (no walk-ins.)