Tennessee's Early Intervention Systems

TEIS- Tennessee’s Early Intervention Systems-  Provides services for children with special needs. 

NECTA-  Early Intervention Program for Infants and Toddlers

TECTA – Tennessee Early Childhood
Training Alliance The primary goal of TECTA is to improve access for Tennessee child care providers to quality early childhood education by providing articulated certificate and degree preparation programs.

TIPS -  Tennessee Infant Parent Services TIPS is a Department of Education organization that provides home-based early intervention services for children with special needs from birth to the age of three. 

STEP – Support and Training for Exceptional Parents STEP-- is a statewide family-to-family program in Tennessee, established in 1989 by a grant from the U.S. Department of Education. The purpose of STEP is to support families by providing free information, advocacy training, and support services to parents of children eligible to receive special education services under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA).

Parents' Place: Family resources for parents and caregivers who want to help their children excel in school. Includes the Home Activity Center, Homework Help, Kids' Publishing Corner, and the Home Schooling links.

 The Children's Book Council has information on how to choose books for kids as well as information on children's authors and books.



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