Early Childhood Special Education
Early Start: Birth to 36 months
The San Francisco Unified School District Early Start Program provides family- centered services to families and their children ages birth to 36 months of age who have a solely low incidence disability: hearing, visual or severe orthopedic impairment or a combination thereof.
Preschool Special Education Services: 3-5 years of age
Three to five-year old children may be referred to SFUSD Preschool Intake to determine their eligibility for special education services. Once an assessment is completed, an Initial Individualized Education Program is developed.
Contact the Pre-School Intake Unit at (415) 401-2525 x1101 or Email: email@example.com
Early Childhood Special Education Assessment Unit
*Currently Closed to the Public due to Covid 19. During this time you can contact this office via phone or email.
Phone: (415) 401-2525 x1101
Fax: (415) 920-5075
Hours of Operation:
Monday through Friday 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM
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