Connecticut has three types of Birth to Three Programs. Click the links below to view the programs in each group. General Programs support families regardless of the reason why their child is eligible for Birth to Three. Autism Specific Programs conduct assessments when autism is a concern and they support families when their child has a diagnosis of autism. Hearing Specialty Programs conduct assessments when hearing is a concern and they support families when their child is deaf or hard of hearing.
The Department ensures that Connecticut’s elders have access to the supportive services necessary to live with dignity, security, and independence. The Department is responsible for planning, developing, and administering a comprehensive and integrated service delivery system for older persons in Connecticut.
The Bureau of Education and Services for the Blind (BESB), within the Department of Rehabilitation Services provides resources, comprehensive low vision services, specialized education services, life skills training, case management, and vocational services to individuals of all ages who are legally blind and to children who are visually impaired.
The Connecticut Tech Act Project (CTTAP) operates out of the State of Connecticut, Department of Rehabilitation Services (DORS). Our goal is to help individuals with disabilities of all ages and all disabilities, as well as family members, employers, educators and other professionals have access to Assistive Technology devices and services. – See more at: http://cttechact.com/#sthash.yvWIZrvK.dpuf