Senate Offers To Add Support For Kids With DisabilitiesA Senate panel is looking at ways to help Early Steps, a program that serves young children with developmental disabilities and delays.
Senate Moves To Fix Early-Intervention ProgramA Senate panel is looking to help Early Steps, which serves infants and toddlers with developmental disabilities and delays --- and which has been struggling to keep up with the growing demand for its services in Florida.
Lawmakers Add Cash Infusion For Children's ProgramAfter worries about cuts earlier in the year, legislative leaders have agreed to pour $13 million into the Early Steps program, which serves babies and toddlers with developmental disabilities or delays.
Health Dept. Slashes "Early Steps" Admin JobsBlaming a budget shortfall, the Florida Department of Health has laid off most of the administrators at the Early Steps program, which serves babies and toddlers with developmental disabilities and delays.
Critics Warn Cuts Will Harm Services To ToddlersBlaming a budget shortfall, the Florida Department of Health has laid off most of the administrators at the Early Steps program, which serves babies and toddlers with developmental disabilities and delays.
Children's Services Could See Big Gains In BudgetThanks to a budget surplus and an election year, Florida's children could gain protection, education, developmental screening and other services during the upcoming legislative session.
Supporters Push For Funding For Early Steps ProgramThe Early Steps program, which has helped hundreds of children with developmental problems, may cease to exist after state and federal funding were cut.

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