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BTT Online Claim System or EI Client - Check a Box
EFFECTIVE 2/28/2024


RAU Forms
RAU Quarterly Report Format (WORD Format)

Professional Development Training Calendars
March & April 2024 Orientation Dates
Revised February and March 2024 Training Calendars April, May, & June 2024 Training Calendars

RAUs 4 Transition Procedures Part C to Part B
Ritchie County
Updated 2-13-24

RAU 1 seeking full-time Parent Partner for Wheeling Office


Oral Motor Therapy with Children
May 3 & 4, 2024

Provider Census Letter & 2023 Census Form - Each year as part of the reporting requirements of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), children and youth who are deafblind must be counted. This requirement is separate from the December 1 child count and is not dependent on primary exceptionality. With your cooperation, 67 West Virginia children who are deafblind were identified last year. This count constitutes the deafblind census which is used to support the funding of West Virginia's Deafblind grant. West Virginia's Deafblind Project, funded through the United States Department of Education, provides in-service training, technical assistance, workshops, and resource materials to districts serving these children. This information is due by March 25, 2024. Please review the link to the Provider Census Letter and the 2023 Census Form (not auto-fillable).



WV Birth to Three 
350 Capitol Street, Room 427 
Charleston, WV 25301-3714

Telephone: (304) 558-5388
In WV: (800) 642-8522
Fax: (304) 558-2183


West Virginia Birth to Three – What is WVBTT?


What is WV Birth to Three?
WV Birth to Three is a statewide system of services and supports for children under age three who have a delay in their development, or may be at risk of having a delay, and their family. The Department of Health and Human Resources, through the Bureau for Public Health and the Office of Maternal, Child and Family Health, WV Birth to Three, as the lead agency for Part C of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), assures that family centered, community based services are available to all eligible children and families at no cost.


How do I make a referral?
To refer a child to the WV Birth to Three system, complete the WVBTT Referral Form or you may call 1-866-321-4728. You may also click here to review our regional offices and forward your request to the county that your child and family resides in.


To learn more about the WV Birth to Three referral process visit WV BTT Referral Information


Baby Steps: "Learn the Signs Act Early" 

Concerned About Your Child’s Development?” in ASL


Child Development: It’s Better to Know (SPANISH) - Desarrollo Infantil: Es Mejor Saber

WV Department of Education - Covid-19 transmission rates in schools


CDC - Learn the Signs - Act Early

WV Resource Guide for Families of Young Children Birth to Five with Hearing Loss PDF      

Infant See Help protect your infant's eyes with a no-cost eye assessment!