The individuals with Disabilities Education Act requires all school districts to locate, evaluate, and provide services for infants, toddlers, preschoolers and school age children between the ages of birth and 21, who may have a disability. This process of locating and evaluating children with disabilities is referred to as “Child Find”. A parent, staff member, student or outside person may refer a child for potential identification.
If you have a child or know of a child that you believe may be eligible for and in need of special education services, please contact one of the following:
Hood River County Early Intervention ~ Early Childhood Special Education Program
Infants/Toddlers (Birth-2) and Three to Five Year Olds ~ Contact the Hood River County School District Early Intervention/Early Childhood Special Education Program at 541 387-5077 or the Hood River County School District Special Education Coordinator at 541 387-5079.
For more information on Early Intervention/Early Childhood Special Education go to EI/ECSE.
Hood River County School District Special Education Program
School Age Children (5-21) ~ Contact the school where the child attends, ask to speak to the special education teacher or contact the Hood River County School District Special Education Coordinator at 541 387-5079.
For more information on school age special education go to School Age - Identificaton Process.