Infant – Toddler Program

Getting Started in the NC Infant-Toddler Program (NC-ITP)

You know your child best if you believe your infant-toddler child has a developmental delay or disability contact your local CDSA to make a referral. You can refer your child to the Infant-Toddler Program (ITP) by phone, fax, letter, or in person at your CDSA office. Search for your CDSA here.

Wake County CDSA Contact Info.

  • Contact Person: Tracey Karp, MSW, LCSW
  • Email:,
  • Address: 1100 Navaho Drive, Suite 100, Raleigh, NC 27609
  • Phone: 919-664-1800
  • Fax: 919-664-1979

Work with your CDSA staff as they gather information from you about your child’s development, health, and medical history. Your concerns, interests, and priorities will also be discussed. To determine if your child will benefit from ITP supports and services, evaluations and assessments must be completed. The information gathered will show your child’s strengths and any areas of development that might benefit from early intervention.

Once your child is proven eligible, you may choose to enroll in the ITP. If you decide to enroll in the ITP, remember that you are your child’s first and best teacher and advocate. Be an active participant in the program to help guide important decisions about your child and the support and services he or she may need.