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Early Intervention Data

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Colorado Early Intervention Data

2019NumberPercentNotes
Total with Permanent Hearing Loss194
Referred to Part C EI
-Referred Before 6 Mos.
-Referred After 6 Mos.
167
133
34
86%
80%
20%
86% of those diagnosed
(~14% loss to
EI / follow-up
Total Enrolled in Part C Early Intervention Services10160%60% of those referred to Part C
IFSP Before 6 Months
IFSP After 6 Months
IFSP Age Unknown
64
33
4
63%
33%
4%
IFSP: Individualized Family Service Plan
Total Received Part C
Svc Before 6 Mos.
Svc After 6 Mos.
Svc Start Age Unknown
101
52
38
11
100%
51%
38%
11%
100% of those enrolled in Part C Early Intervention Services

Services (Svc) include Facilitator 1st Visit
No Documented Early Intervention Services
Ineligible for Part C Svc
Infant Died
*Non-Resident
**Family Declined Svc
***Unresponsive
Unable to Contact
58

40
1
1
6
6
4


69%
2%
2%
10%
10%
7%
*Non-Resident or those who moved out of state
** Family declined services
***Family unresponsive to contact
Note: 167 in Early Intervention database out of 194 with documented diagnosis: LTF/LTD n-27; 14%. Note #2: Prevalence of 1.6/1000 of entire birth population receiving early intervention includes unilateral hearing loss (UHL) who are not categorically eligible for Part C.