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The NYS Early Intervention Program serves infants and toddlers with developmental disabilities and delays from birth to age three and their families in their own homes and communities statewide.

Why our current providers work for NYS Early Intervention (EI):

“I consider it an honor to empower EI families to become their child’s best role model and advocate.” – from a Speech-Language Pathologist

“It is amazing to be a part of our children and families’ journey while helping pave the way for a successful future!” – from an Occupational Therapist

“Working with EI children and their families answers our desire to help change the path of a human being immediately, while representing ‘what can be’ to the families who are desperate for your help and guidance.” – from an EI administrator

If you choose to work in NYS Early Intervention, you can:

Help Children and Families

•         Witness many of the “firsts” that infants and toddlers reach (first steps, first words)

•         Help set the educational foundations for lifelong learners

•         See the results of your work – sometimes instantly!

•         Develop close partnerships with families

•         Help parents see the beauty in their child's strengths and possibilities

Job Perks

•         Flexible work schedule (part-time/full-time, evenings/weekends, choose your caseload size)

•         Many agencies across the state are accepting new providers and you could work with multiple agencies

•         Use your imagination and creative skills to plan activities

•         Build a large professional network

•         Grow and gain professional knowledge by collaborating with families and other professionals

We currently have a shortage of qualified providers to deliver services to children and families. We are seeking providers with the following New York State certifications and licenses:

  • Low Vision Specialists
  • Orientation and Mobility Specialists
  • Vision Rehabilitation Therapists
  • Teachers of the Blind and Partially Sighted, Teachers of the Blind and Visually Handicapped, and Teachers of the Blind and Visually Impaired
  • Audiologists
  • Licensed Behavior Analysts and *Certified Behavior Analyst Assistants
  • Licensed Creative Arts Therapists
  • Licensed Marriage and Family Therapists
  • Licensed Mental Health Counselors
  • Licensed Psychoanalysts
  • Nurses (Registered Nurses, *Licensed Practical Nurses, and Nurse Practitioners)
  • Occupational Therapists and *Occupational Therapy Assistants
  • Optometrists
  • Pediatricians and other Physicians
  • Physical Therapists and *Physical Therapy Assistants
  • *Physician Assistants
  • Psychologists
  • Registered Dietitians and Certified Dietitians/Nutritionists
  • Social Workers (Licensed Clinical Social Workers and Licensed Master Social Workers)
  • Special Education Teachers (with permanent certification)
  • Speech-Language Pathologists
  • Teachers of Students with Disabilities (Birth to grade two)
  • Teachers of the Deaf and Hearing Impaired and Teachers of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing
  • *Teachers of the Speech and Hearing Handicapped and *Teachers of Speech and Language Disabilities

Note: *Must work as an employee for an approved Early Intervention Agency Provider

If interested in a job opportunity in the NYS Early Intervention Program or learning more about the NYS Early Intervention Program, visit our website at or email us at or by calling 518-473-7016 (Option 1- Provider Unit)


Phone: 518-473-7016

Cert: Multiple Certifications