Help Me Grow

 Program Information:

HMG brochure

School Age Services Brochure

Service Directory For Help Me Grow

Who is eligible for the Help Me Grow (HMG) Home Visiting Program?

  • First time expectant mothers

  • First time parents with a child under the age of 6 months

  • Any family with a child under the age of 3 with a parent in active military duty

  • ALL children must meet HMG income and family guidelines

The Help Me Grow (HMG) Home Visiting Program Provides:

  • Information and activities that help infants and toddlers grow and learn

  • Resources and Community referral information

  • Parenting skill development and education

  • Child developmental and family screening

  • HMG uses the “Parents As Teachers” evidence-based curriculum

Who is Eligible for Help Me Grow Early Intervention Services?

  • Any child under the age of 3 who has a developmental delay or a diagnosed medical condition likely to result in delay that requires Early Intervention (EI) Services

  • If you are unsure if your child has a delay, or are concerned about your child’s development, give HMG a call

The Help Me Grow (HMG) Early Intervention Program Provides:

  • Health and Nutrition Information and Screening

  • Information/Referral Assistance

  • Family Support Services (FSS) through the Perry County Board of Developmental Disabilities (PCBDD)

  • Referrals to Community Agencies and Specialized Services

  • Home Visiting

  • Early Identification and Developmental Screening

  • Multi-Disciplinary Assessment of the Child

  • Service Coordination (SC) for Every Eligible Child and His/Hers Family

  • Written Individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP) Developed with the Parent/Family

  • Transition Services from Help Me Grow (HMG) to Head Start or Preschool Setting for 3 year olds

  • The Perry County Board of Developmental Disabilities (PCBDD) is the Contract Manager for Both Ohio Department of Health Help Me Grow (HMG) Programs

 School-Aged Services:

Includes: Service Coordination (SC), Family Selected Supports (FSS), Parent Support Meetings, Behavior Support Services (BSS), Individualized Education Plan Support (IEP), and a Summer Camp Program.

 

 

 

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