Problem-solving education was integrated into the existing service delivery model of early intervention, which has a national infrastructure for replication and dissemination. Early intervention provides a flexible, individualized array of therapeutic services based on a child’s needs and a family’s goals. Family support is an explicit but not fully realized aim of early intervention. Authorizing legislation allows parents as well as children to receive services. Mothers (N=37) involved in this program received six individual problem-solving education sessions (30–45 minutes) delivered biweekly at home as a supplement to early-intervention services. During each workbook-based session, mothers focused on one problem and worked through a series of problem-solving steps that included defining the problem, identifying a short-term achievable goal, brainstorming multiple solutions, evaluating their pros and cons, choosing the best solution, and developing an action plan. The most common problems that mothers selected to address were related to child rearing, followed by time management.