Oklahoma's Early Intervention Program
Are you concerned about how your child is playing, understanding, growing? SoonerStart is Oklahoma's Early Intervention program for families of infants and toddlers (birth to 36 months) who have developmental delays.
Your child's first three years of life are an amazing time of growth and learning. Sometimes children have special needs or health issues that may put them at risk for a developmental delay. They might just need an extra "boost."
How Can Sooner Start Help You:
- Learn about and enhance your child's development
- Find information and community resources
- Connect with parent-to-parent support networks
SoonerStart Services are provided by qualified personnel: such as child development specialists, nurses, occupational therapists, physical therapists, registered dieticians, speech and language pathologists, social workers, and many others.
SoonerStart can help you and your child learn new skills that will make a lifetime of difference. Children learn and develop through being with their family, friends and other in their life. We can help your family find opportunities for valuable learning within your child's daily routines such as playtime, mealtime, or bedtime.
Where to turn for help
SoonerStart professionals in your community can provide a developmental evaluation, if you have questions about your child's development. If your child is eligible for services, we provide services where your child typically spends time: for example, home or child care.
SoonerStart is regulated by law and funded through various federal and state sources. Services are offered at no cost to you.
If you are concerned about your child's development, please call the Seminole County Health Department at:
Seminole Office: 405-382-4369
Wewoka Office: 405-257-5401