Board members will report annually to the Early Intervention Official on the adequacy of the early intervention system to ensure the availability of family centered, coordinated services. They will also interface with existing planning bodies that serve like populations.
The Council must consist of four parents of infants, toddlers or children ages three through twelve with developmental disabilities. There must also be three public or private providers of early intervention services, as well as, one or more representatives from the departments of youth services, social services, health, and mental health. A representative from the local developmental disabilities services office must also serve.