Early On is the State of Michigan Early Intervention program. Early On exists to provide early intervention services to children, birth to three years of age with developmental delays and/or disabilities and their families.  If you have questions about how your child is developing, or if you think that your child might need extra help, you are entitled to a free evaluation through Early On (age 0-3) or Built Up Michigan (age 3+).

If you do not want to make a referral, but are still curious about your child’s development,  you can take a free developmental questionnaire at washtenawsuccessby6.org/parents/screening, thanks to Washtenaw Success by 6 Great Start Collaborative.

Free quality preschool programs are available in every community for Washtenaw County residents, with teachers who are highly qualified and skilled in working with young learners.

The Washtenaw County Quality Preschool Partnership is a collaboration of school districts and community-based providers who offer state (GSRP) and federal (Head Start) funded preschool services for low to moderate income families. All the partner agencies are committed to supporting families and ensuring that every preschool child enters kindergarten ready to learn. These programs offer a quality educational preschool experience.