Early Intervention

Early Intervention therapy is a treatment that is provided to our clients, birth to three years of age, when congenital, medical, environmental, or genetic conditions prevent them from thriving in their natural environment. Early Intervention therapy can improve your child’s communication skills, motor skills, and cognitive skills, increase their independence and self-esteem, as well as their ability to have meaningful interactions with others.

The Early Intervention Program provides strategies, education, and guidance to the family to help the child experience success.This is accomplished by the family, caregivers, and the developmental Specialist working collaboratively in the child’s natural environment. The family and other caregivers are also provided with information on community resources and programs to help the child experience success outside of their home.The ultimate goal of Early Intervention is to ensure each child is able to reach his or her maximum potential.