Early Intervention

Early Intervention is the process of anticipating, identifying and responding to concerns about a baby or toddler’s development in order to minimize potential
adverse effects and maximize healthy development.

All children grow and develop at their own pace. However, sometimes children have special developmental needs or health concerns that may put them at risk for, or cause, a developmental delay. Early Intervention services are available to help families who have concerns about the development of their young child ages birth to 3. Early Intervention services include Service Coordination, Developmental Instruction, Counseling, Nursing, Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, Speech Therapy and Social Work.

Katie Wylie

Early Childhood Service | Program Director