Our Early Intervention strategies are highly individualized and designed to enhance each child’s learning and growing experiences. We provide these supports and services at no cost to families. We will work with you to determine the best path forward for your child. Rest assured, your Early Intervention team will always respect your recommendations and suggestions. After all, you know your child best.
How does EI fulfill an important role in a child's development? By helping children develop and learn to their fullest potential.
- Helps children with developmental delays and disabilities to develop and excel.
- Enhances each family’s capacity to meet the developmental needs of their child.
- Respects the family’s strengths, values, diversity and competencies and answers families’ questions about their child’s development.
- Helps prevent the need for more and costly intervention in the future.
An experienced team of Early Childhood Teachers provide strategies to assist the child with key developmental skills such as problem solving and social skills while working to increase the child’s ability to think and communicate.
Physical Therapists focus on large muscle development that will assist a child learn how to roll over, sit, crawl, and eventually to walk.
Occupational Therapists focus on small muscle development helping a child to learn how to reach, grasp, and play in a purposeful way. Feeding therapies can be provided.
Speech/Language Pathologists help to build an early foundation for language development and communication. Feeding and swallowing therapies can be provided.
Certified teachers of the visually impaired are available to help children work toward independence.
Certified teachers of the deaf and hard of hearing are available to help children work toward independence.
Registered dietitians address feeding issues, dietary intake, and offer consultation with parents regarding special dietary needs for the child.