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EMC Partners with EI Centers

Every state and county is federally mandated to provide Early Intervention services, but those services vary dramatically depending on local funding and access to professionals. Early Intervention services are fundamental for infants and toddlers with developmental delays and specific health conditions. Our goal is to increase early screening and provide qualifying children and families with the skills needed to thrive in all areas of development. To accomplish that goal, we establish relationships with state and local government agencies and programs responsible for providing Early Intervention services.

Our Services

As an EI administrator, you need solutions that will save time, fit your budget, and expand services to the families in your area. Find out why other EI centers have partnered with Enable My Child!

We Meet Your Needs!

Therapists interact with children and families in their natural environment using our proprietary, user-friendly platform that allows for communication in real time, along with the ability to share documents, assessment tools, pictures and more.

  • Speech & Language Pathologists
  • Occupational Therapists
  • Physical Therapists
  • Behavior Therapists
  • Social Workers and Counselors
  • Vision Impairment Specialists
  • Orientation & Mobility Specialists
  • Family Therapists

We Know Early Intervention!

Enable My Child’s aim is to complement your program through seamless integration into your work process. In our comprehensive support model, EMC providers collaborate with your early intervention team at every step to meet each family’s priorities and outcomes.


EMC providers complete initial evaluations and reevaluations.


EMC providers virtually attend IFSP meetings and complete the support services.

Direct Therapy

EMC providers conduct real-time sessions through our secure platform.

Family Support

EMC providers use coaching strategies to support family goals.


EMC providers discuss strategies with the child’s team to improve various skills.


EMC providers can attend team meetings in person, virtually, or by phone.

We Make It Easy!

Your program will have a dedicated Care Coordinator who acts as your centralized contact throughout our partnership. The Care Coordinator oversees the smooth implementation of services and maintenance of the partnership, including these responsibilities:

  • Handle communications regarding scheduling, documentation, and daily operational needs.
  • Monitor EI partner and family satisfaction and respond to any concerns.
  • Ensure that staff/families have adequate equipment and receive tech support when needed.
  • Coordinate between providers and families.