Our team uses a play-based assessment and reviews your child's medical and social history to determine their eligibility for early intervention services. This method provides a thorough understanding and helps us set goals that integrate well with your family's daily routine.
Our comprehensive intervention services support your child's development, including home visits, family training, specialized instruction, and speech-language therapy. We aim to make early intervention fun and effective, working with you at home or in the community to integrate these activities into your child's daily routines, fostering independence and engagement.
Our Transition Services are a key component of our support, aimed at easing the transition for toddlers with disabilities and their families from early intervention under Part C to their next educational phase or appropriate services. We are dedicated to providing customized assistance for a smooth and effective transition.
Work with your primary service provider to enhance your child's learning at home, turning daily activities like play and mealtime into educational experiences that naturally integrate into your child's daily routine.
Collaborate with our team to access vital resources for your child's health and education. We offer comprehensive support, guiding your family to key services while focusing on your child's well-being and addressing your family's specific needs.
You decide the focus areas for your child's development, and your provider guides you in supporting your child effectively within your family's daily routine.
Your child's provider will work alongside you and other adults involved with your child, identifying strategies to support your child during routine activities.
Your child will get professional support in places such as home, childcare, parks, libraries, or other community spots, chosen jointly by you and your provider.
Your provider will help you find and access services, programs, and activities in your community, inform you about your rights, and assist in advocating for your child, including the transition to preschool services when they turn 3.
P.I.E. stands for Participation, Independence, & Engagement-principles backed by educational and developmental psychology research.
Studies show active participation in daily activities is vital for a child's development. It provides real-life contexts for skill acquisition.
Research highlights that independence allows children to develop essential skills, build self-efficacy, and improve confidence.
When it comes to Engagement, research reveals that genuine interest intensifies a child's motivation to learn and excel.
Our team of skilled therapists and educators focuses on early intervention, dedicated to quality and guided by best practices, supporting every stage of your child's developmental journey.