The Local Early Intervention Coordinating Council (LEICC) comprised of community representatives and parents, advises the Early Intervention Program in developing, maintaining and evaluating a system of early intervention services responsive to the needs of children birth through two with developmental delays and their and their families in Monroe County.
What is the LEICC?
A group of professionals and parents who meet 4 times each year to discuss issues concerning the operation of the Early Intervention Program. There are 4 subcommittees who meet more often and work together on projects they feel are important to improve the quality of the Early Intervention Program operation. They are: Quality Assurance, Parent Involvement, Data, Transition.
When does the LEICC meet?
Quarterly - see schedule
The locations change – please contact the Chairperson for dates and locations.
Who do we contact?
Tracey Taylor is the Chairperson of the LEICC: Phone:760-4457,

Reimbursement is available for parents to help defray child care and transportation costs.

If you are unable to join the LEICC or work on a subcommittee but you have an issue you would like addressed, you can call Kathy to discuss your issue and it will be brought to the group for attention.


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