Birth To Three Annual Data
Data and Resources
Birth to Three reports the number of Connecticut Birth to Three System children, per child's interaction with the system, by Fiscal Year.
Connecticut's Birth to Three System (B23) supports families with infants and toddlers that have developmental delays to learn new ways to make everyday activities enhance the child's development. Birth to Three is administered pursuant to Part C of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA). Once families with children below age 3 are referred, the child's development is evaluated for eligibility, and if eligible the family can receive supports until the child no longer has delays or until the child turns age 3. Because an infant can be referred within days of being born, a family may be enrolled for almost three full years.
Annual data is a one-year snapshot, many towns will have more children served than were referred because they were referred in a previous calendar or fiscal year. Connecticut's Birth to Three System publishes data annually by the fiscal and calendar year and longitudinally by birth cohort. CTData.org carries the fiscal year data here, and calendar year data up until 2015 is available upon request. CTData carries both sets of data in 'Birth To Three Cohort Data'.
Referrals;Evaluations;Total Eligible;Individual Family Service Plans;Total Served;Exited to Early Childhood Special Education
Connecticut Office of Early Childhood
Early Childhood Development
Towns with 5 or fewer referrals have been suppressed. Towns with no referrals will display as zero to differentiate them from towns where data has been suppressed.
Birth to Three Indicators