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1025136 - Infant and Toddler Program Embedded Services – Nurse and Child Development Specialists
The Montgomery County Infants and Toddlers Program (MCITP) is a federally mandated program under the Individuals with Disability Education Act (IDEA) Part C in which the state of Maryland has participated since July 1991. MCITP assists families raising children between birth and four years of age with developmental delays and special health care needs. MCITP staff assists eligible children in the following areas: (1) cognitive development; (2) physical development, including fine and gross motor, and sensory development, including hearing and vision; (3) language and speech development; (4) social/emotional development; (5) and self-help skills. MCITP's goal is to provide an evidence-based, family-centered system of early intervention services designed to enhance a child’s potential to assure kindergarten readiness.
The purpose of this RFP is to contract for Nurse Specialists and Child Development Specialists (CDS) to provide services for eligible families and children.
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