The WEII began in 2020 as a collaborative effort among stakeholders in Wyoming to increase the state’s capacity to provide quality early intervention services for families and their children who are D/HH from birth to kindergarten.
Below are some of the resources developed by the Wyoming Early Intervention Initiative (WEII) for Families with Children who are Deaf/Hard of Hearing (D/HH).
WEII Plus Program – WEII Plus is a state-wide early intervention program for Wyoming families who have a child who is deaf/hard of hearing, ages birth through 2 years of age.
Tips for Preparing for Your Infants Toddlers Individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP) Meeting
Individual Family Service Plan (IFSP) Tips Brochure
What I Wish I Had Known When My Child Was Diagnosed With Hearing Loss – A Life Saver From One Parent to Another
Quick Start Guide – Practical Strategies for Families of Infants Who are Deaf/Hard of Hearing (D/HH)
WEII Plus Family Resource Manual
Quick Start Guide – Assistive Listening Devices
Quick Start Guide – Practical Strategies for Preschool Classroom Teachers and Early Intervention Providers of Children Who are Deaf/Hard of Hearing
Quick Start Guide – Practical Strategies for Day Care Providers of Infants who are Deaf/ Hard of Hearing
WEII Report (January 2020 – August 2021) [view/download pdf]
Stakeholders – WEII stakeholders include the Wyoming EHDI Program, Wyoming Families for Hands and Voices, Wyoming Department of Health – Early Intervention and Education Program (EIEP), Wyoming Department of Education – Outreach Services for the D/HH, University of Wyoming – Division on Communication Disorders, Child Development Services of Wyoming, and the Marion Downs Center.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions regarding these materials or to get in touch with someone who can help support the early intervention needs of a child who is D/HH.