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Early Intervention

The Early Intervention program serves infants and toddlers from birth to thirty-six months with a developmental delay or a condition that places them at risk for a developmental delay. A team evaluation is completed to determine the child’s strengths and weaknesses in cognitive, language, motor, self-help, and social development. The evaluation is conducted by a trans-disciplinary/multidisciplinary team who determines if the child needs services and, if so, what type. The Early Intervention Program staff includes an Audiologist, a Physical Therapist, an Occupational Therapist, a Speech Therapist, and a Special Instructor.

$ 17000 k
average amount saved per child ages 3-22 when receiving early intervention services ages 2-5
amont rrc charges for early intervention services
of children ages 2-11 are diagnosed with a developmental delay. How many are missed?
of children suffer with a social disorder or phobia. Their future depends on if/when these are treated.

How we evaluate

Kamme Riddle, our Early Intervention specialist, helps parents figure out what to expect, saying “With Early Intervention, I am often the first therapist the family meets. I always try to stress to families that we are working together to meet the goals that family has for their child. In therapy I will be taking (most often) a play- based approach and the family is welcome to give suggestions at anytime if they feel we need to revise goals or try something different. If the parent isn’t in the therapy room I always leave time at the end of the session to give suggestions of things they could try at home.

Contact us about early intervention therapy today.