Child and Family Connections (CFC)
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Early Intervention is a collection of services for families of infants and toddlers who have delays in development or are at-risk for significant developmental delays. Child and Family Connections (CFC) is the local system point of entry for all children birth to three.
The CFC is responsible for:
- Processing referrals to the Early Intervention system
- Determining eligibility for Early Intervention Services
- Developing the Individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP) for eligible children
- Monitoring ongoing IFSP services
- Providing transition services
- Conducting Child Find activities
- Promoting public awareness
There are 25 Child and Family Connections sites covering the state of Illinois.
Each CFC covers a specific geographic area.
Child and Family Connections #8
Marlene Stroube, Program Manager
A.J. Brandecker Rehabilitation Center
9455 South Hoyne Avenue
Chicago, IL 60643
Child and Family Connections #12
Peter Byrne, Program Manager
17300 Ozark Avenue
Tinley Park, IL 60477