Early Intervention Services (EIS) provides intervention services to children ages birth to three with disabilities or developmental delays. EIS stresses full inclusion. This family centered program focuses on an individual family service plan, which prescribes services as dictated by the unique circumstances of each family.
Services include, but are not limited to, speech and physical therapy, adaptive technology, occupational therapy, special instruction, service coordination, and supportive family services. In addition EIS links families to nursing services, audio logical services, nutrition services, health care, medical service for diagnosis and evaluation, psychological services, social work services, transportation, and vision services.
EIS offices are located in the Goodwill NCW campus in Menasha.
Learn more about the 2013 Healthy Moms/Healthy Babies program, which offers free access to pre-natal resources to Fox Valley women, by clicking here.
As a not-for-profit human services organization, Goodwill NCW uses the revenue from our stores to fund a wide variety of innovative programs and services that serve north central Wisconsin communities. In many cases, we collaborate with community partners, who also bring resources to the cause.
Some of these programs create jobs, offer training, and match assistive technology to those who need it. Others address financial, educational, developmental or diversity issues. All make our communities better places in which to live.