NC ITP Annual Reports & Program Data
State Systemic Improvement Plan (SSIP):
- SSIP Evaluation 2020-2025
- NC SSIP Theory of Action
- NC Part C Indicator 11: State Systemic Improvement Plan (SSIP) - Phase III, Year 3
- NC Part C Indicator 11: State Systemic Improvement Plan (SSIP) - Phase III, Year 2
- NC Part C Indicator 11: State Systemic Improvement Plan (SSIP) - Phase III, Year 1
- NC Part C Indicator 11: State Systemic Improvement Plan (SSIP) - Phase II
- NC Part C Indicator 11: State Systemic Improvement Plan (SSIP) - Phase I
Federal Part C Grant Application:
NC Annual Performance Reports:
These reports describe how the Infant-Toddler program is performing on all federal government-required indicators.
- NC Annual Performance Report 2021
- NC Annual Performance Report 2020
- NC Annual Performance Report 2019
- NC Annual Performance Report 2018
- NC Annual Performance Report 2017
- NC Annual Performance Report 2016
- Annual Performance Report 2016 -graphic version
- NC Annual Performance Report 2015
- Annual Performance Report 2015 -graphic version
- NC Annual Performance Report 2014
- Annual Performance Report 2014 -graphic version
- NC Annual Performance Report 2013
- Annual Performance Report 2013 -graphic version
- NC Annual Performance Report 2012
- Annual Performance Report 2012 -graphic version
- NC Annual Performance Report 2011
- NC Annual Performance Report 2010
- Annual Performance Report 2010 -graphic version
- NC Early Intervention Program 2010: At-A-Glance
- NC Annual Performance Report 2009
- Annual Performance Report 2009 -graphic version
- NC Early Intervention Program 2009-10: At-A-Glance
- NC Annual OSEP Determination Report and Letter 2008
- Annual Performance Report 2008
- Annual Performance Report 2008 -graphic version
- Annual Performance Report 2007
NC Part C State Performance Plan: describes the overall plan for early intervention in NC as required by the Office of Special Education Programs (OSEP).
NC ITP CDSA Specific Data:
- CDSA- Specific Data for 2021
- CDSA- Specific Data for 2020
- CDSA-Specific Data for 2019
- CDSA-Specific Data for 2018
- CDSA-Specific Data for 2017
- CDSA-Specific Data for 2016
- CDSA-Specific Data for 2015
- CDSA-Specific Data for 2014
- CDSA-Specific Data for 2013
- CDSA-Specific Data for Indicators 3 & 4 2012
- Child Count and Setting 2012
- Dispute Resolution Data 2012
- Exit Data 2012
Required Public Review and Comment Period Announced for Infant-Toddler Program Grant Application
The North Carolina Division of Child and Family Well-Being’s Infant-Toddler Program federal Part C grant application, which supports infants and toddlers with disabilities and their families, is available for public review and comment.
- The public review period is March 17, 2023 – April 15, 2023
- The public comment period is April 16, 2023 – May 15, 2023
The Part C grant application is a non-competitive award, which helps states and territories provide early intervention services. Required services include service coordination, physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech-language therapy, assistive technology, special instruction, and other services that support and empower families to increase the cognitive, physical and social-emotional functioning of their children. The Part C program serves infants and toddlers (birth to 3) with developmental disabilities and their families.
Public comment may be made by:
- Email: email@example.com
- Fax: Part C Coordinator at 919-870-4834; or
- Letter: c/o Part C Coordinator, Early Intervention Section, 1916 Mail Service Center, Raleigh, NC 27699-1916
The North Carolina Infant-Toddler Program is dedicated to ensuring the well-being, health, and safety of our families, children, staff, and providers. In response to COVID-19, the ITP has disseminated memos and documents to communicate status updates regarding our program operations and current practice guidelines to navigate this time.
Learn more about NC’s response to COVID-19 via the NCDHHS COVID-19 website.
Office of Special Education Program Guidance:
Division for Early Childhood COVID-19 Resources - Provides resources to support Early Intervention/Early Childhood Special Education during the COVID-19 outbreak.
NC DPI Office of Early Learning - Provides resources and activities for children that are aligned to NC standards including digital remote learning and tips for schooling at home. The North Carolina Foundations for Early Learning and Development provides an in-depth explanation of child development from birth through 60 months of age and is considered to be NC’s early learning standards.
Early Childhood Technical Assistant (ECTA) Center COVID-19 Resources – Provides resources from ECTA that has pulled together links from other organizations and sources related to COVID-19.