Detailed Information
Services Provided
The purpose of the Minot Infant Development Program is to provide early intervention services to eligible children in their natural environments. Through a coach and consult model we support families by providing the tools and resources they need to help
Additional Info

^ For: Infants and children, birth to three years of age, who have or are at risk of having a developmental delay in the areas of communications, cognitive, adaptive, fine motor, gross motor skills, or social-emotional development. Services: Evaluation, Consultations, Parent Support.
Service By: Specialists in the area of : Cognitive Development, Communication, Fine Motor, Gross Motor, Adaptive/Self-help, Social-Emotional

Mission Statement
The mission of the Minot Infanrt development Program (MIDP) is to support and guide families and their children ( age birth to 3 ) who are experiencing developmental challenges.
Fees
^ Services provided by the Minot Infant Development Program are at no cost to families.
Eligibility
^ The Minot Infant Development Program serves infants and young children between the ages of birth to three years who have or are at risk of having developmental delays. There is no cost to the family for any services provided.
Referral
For more information contact: Dianne Bossert, Program Director Minot Infant Development Program, Minot State University, 500 University Ave. W, Minot, ND 58707, (701) 858-3054 (701) 858-3483 (fax) 1-800-233-1737 e-mail:dianne.bossert@minotstateu.edu
Area Served
^ The program serves children residing in Region II. (Bottineau, Burke, McHenry, Mountrail, Pierce, Renville, and Ward counties.)
Contact Information
Contacts
Dianne Bossert, Program Director
Street Address
500 University Ave W Minot, ND 58707
Mailing Address
Minot State University Minot Infant Development Pr Minot, ND 58707