The Harvey County Infant-Toddler Program is the Tiny-k network for Harvey County, serving infants and toddlers (birth to 3 years old) with developmental disabilities and their families.

Tiny-k networks are a public-private partnership, blending various resources and requiring collaboration from numerous entities.

Early intervention is very effective, according to a news release. One out of every four children served by Tiny-k graduates from high school and does not need special education services.

Early intervention services that are available to eligible Harvey County children and their families, based on needs, include speech, occupational and physical therapies; audiology; special instruction; family training; assistive technology, social work; and vision, psychological and nutrition services.

To refer a child for developmental screening, or for more information about the Harvey County Infant-Toddler Program, call 284-6510.

Donations to the Harvey County Infant-Toddler Program can be made at html.

Be sure to indicate the donation is for the Harvey County Infant-Toddler Program.