Lists Public Hearings ListCommuncationsStories Libraries Org ChartsConnections NewslettersLegislative DocumentsChange Of PlacementIT PoliciesNews Release ArchiveOlmstead Documents Claims PortalDashboardsPress ReleasesSearchRecent Nebraska DHHS: Home and Community Services: Early Development Network Services Page Content HCS Homepage Services Programs For Providers Adult / Elder Abuse Grants Regulations Related Links Contact Us SSBG Home and Community ServicesEarly Development Network Services What are Early Development Network Services? Notice of Public HearingIDEA Part C Proposed Policies System of Payments Policy and Procedures for Part C Services Transition Agreement Comprehensive ChildFind System Policy Including Central Directory and Public AwarenessServices for children birth through age three who are not developing typically or who have been diagnosed with a health condition that will affect their development. These services are provided by the Nebraska Early Development Network. Who needs Early Development Network Services? Families with an infant or toddler who may need: Services Coordination Special instruction Speech/language therapy Physical therapy Occupational therapy Psychological services Assistive technology devices and services Transportation Audiology Vision services Does my child qualify for Early Development Network Services? Your child may qualify for services if he or she is under the age of three and is not developing typically or has a health condition that may affect development. Your child must be evaluated by a multi-disciplinary team (MDT) in your school district in order to qualify. To find out more about Early Development Network Services, please visit: http://edn.ne.gov/To refer a child to the Early Development Network, call Nebraska Child Find (toll Free) at 1-888-806-6287. Part C Application Part C Public notice 2013 Memo to NDE office 2013 comment form Final Application 2013 Nebraska system of payment Final NE Transition MOU Documents in PDF format require the use of Adobe Acrobat Readerwhich can be downloaded for free from Adobe Systems, Inc.