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    Programs that identify infants, toddlers and in some cases, preschoolers who show evidence of or are at risk for lags in physical development, cognitive development, language and speech development, psychosocial development or self-help skills, and provide or coordinate the delivery of an enrichment program in order to minimize the potential for a developmental delay and to meet their current developmental needs. The program may include early identification activities (child find); a developmental evaluation; a review of family concerns, priorities and resources; meetings with the family to develop an individualized family service plan; service coordination to ensure that the individual and his or her family receive needed services which may include but are not limited to physical therapy, occupational therapy, audiology, health/medical services, nursing services, nutrition services, psychological services including specialized play groups or therapy sessions, counseling, speech and language assistance, special instructional services, transportation, and parenting skills development; and ongoing evaluation of the child's progress and his or her changing enrichment needs. Included are "birth to three" programs and federal, state or local programs that address the needs of slightly older children or children not otherwise eligible for "birth to three" programs.

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    ACHIEVA Early Intervention Program - AlleghenyIndividualized programs in homes and community settings that include: developmental specialist therapies; speech, physical, occupational therapies; and behavioral, vision and hearing specialists for infants and toddlers with developmental delays and/or disabilities.AlleghenyACHIEVAACHIEVA
    ACHIEVA Early Intervention Program - Arc of WestmorelandIndividualized programs in homes and community settings that include: developmental specialist therapies; speech, physical, occupational therapies; and behavioral, vision and hearing specialists for infants and toddlers with developmental delays and/or disabilities.WestmorelandArc of WestmorelandACHIEVA
    Achievement Center - Erie Office - Early InterventionEarly Intervention (EI) Services provide support to children from birth to age 3. Our EI Team helps children reach important milestones and addresses individual needs in their developmental process. ErieAchievement Center - Erie OfficeAchievement Center
    AIU DART ProgramDART's purpose is to discover eligible young children who have a developmental delay, provide in-depth assessment aimed at identifying a child's individual strengths and needs, and recommend and provide appropriate early intervention services.AlleghenyAIU - Family and Community EducationAllegheny Intermediate Unit
    Altoona Area School District Early Intervention for Children with Disabilities/DelaysIdentify infants, toddlers and in come cases preschoolers who show evidence of or are at risk for lags in development.BlairAltoona Area School District The Learning Express PreschoolAltoona Area School District
    Appalachia Intermediate Unit 08 Early Intervention for Children with Disabilities/DelaysThe Appalachia Intermediate Unit 8 Preschool Early Intervention Program identifies and provides early intervention special education services to eligible young children who must meet the following criteria: •Ages 3 to 5 years old and not yet enrolled in kindergarten •Resident of Bedford, Blair, Cambria or Somerset County •Has a disability and/or exhibits a developmental delay of at least 25% in one or more of the following developmental areas: ◦Cognitive ◦Communication ◦Physical ◦Self-help ◦Social-emotional •and is in need of specially designed instruction. BlairAppalachia IU 08 Early Intervention PreschoolAppalachia Intermediate Unit 08
    Barber National Institute - Early Intervention (Birth to Age 3)Therapies for children from birth to age three with a physical or developmental delay. Services provided in the home, day care or other setting convenient for the family.ErieBarber National Institute - Main CampusBarber National Institute
    BCIU - Early InterventionPreschool Early Intervention is a parent/caregiver training model program that provides public school special education services and supports for preschool children with special needs. If a child is found eligible for services, an Individualized Education Program is developed to provide support for the child's participation in typical preschool activities. Supports include training and consultation for the staff working with the child in their early learning program, special instruction, and related therapies. The program provides the supports to enable a child to attend an early learning program, but does not provide the early learning program unless the child's needs can only be met in a preschool special education environment.BerksBerks County Intermediate UnitBerks County Intermediate Unit
    Bedford-Somerset MH-MR Early InterventionIdentify children birth to 3 years old who show evidence of or are at risk for lags in physical development, cognitie development, language and speech development, psychosocial development or self-help skills.BedfordBedford-Somerset MH-MR Early Intervention / BedfordBedford-Somerset MH-MR
    CARE for ChildrenNon-profit agency dedicated to improving the lives of children of all abilities in McKean County and the surrounding region.McKeanCARE for ChildrenCARE for Children
    CenClear Early InterventionServices are designed to meet the needs of infants and toddlers through the age of two, who are determined to be eligible. Services include therapies in the following areas: physical, cognitive, sensory, language/speech or alternative communication, psychological-social, or self-help skills.ClearfieldCenClear Early InterventionCenClear
    Center for Community Resources - Infant/Toddler Early InterventionCoordinates a developmental evaluation for children birth to three years of age. The team will evaluate 5 areas of development: large and fine motor, language, cognitive, self-help and social skills. For eligible children, service coordinators can also link clients to free supports and a variety of early intervention services. ButlerDevelopmental SupportsCenter for Community Resources Butler County
    Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh Child Development UnitOffers diagnostic, consultative, and select therapeutic services to infants, preschoolers, and children with developmental and/or behavioral problems and their families. Programs evaluate the impact of medical disorders on a child's development.AlleghenyChildren's Hospital of PittsburghChildren's Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC
    CMSU Early InterventionEarly intervention is an array of supports and services that promote opportunities for parents to enhance their capacity in raising their child with developmental delays/disabilities. Specifically, parents/caregivers are taught how to support their child to help him/her grow. Early intervention services could include, but are not limited to: Special instruction Assistive technology Speech and language Audiology services Family training and counseling Occupational and physical therapy Psychological services Vision servicesColumbiaCMSU ColumbiaColumbia Montour Snyder Union Counties of Central Pennsylvania Service System
    CMSU Early InterventionEarly intervention is an array of supports and services that promote opportunities for parents to enhance their capacity in raising their child with developmental delays/disabilities. Specifically, parents/caregivers are taught how to support their child to help him/her grow. Early intervention services could include, but are not limited to: Special instruction Assistive technology Speech and language Audiology services Family training and counseling Occupational and physical therapy Psychological services Vision servicesMontourCMSU MontourColumbia Montour Snyder Union Counties of Central Pennsylvania Service System
    CMSU Early InterventionEarly intervention is an array of supports and services that promote opportunities for parents to enhance their capacity in raising their child with developmental delays/disabilities. Specifically, parents/caregivers are taught how to support their child to help him/her grow. Early intervention services could include, but are not limited to: Special instruction Assistive technology Speech and language Audiology services Family training and counseling Occupational and physical therapy Psychological services Vision servicesSnyderCMSU SnyderColumbia Montour Snyder Union Counties of Central Pennsylvania Service System
    CMSU Early InterventionEarly intervention is an array of supports and services that promote opportunities for parents to enhance their capacity in raising their child with developmental delays/disabilities. Specifically, parents/caregivers are taught how to support their child to help him/her grow. Early intervention services could include, but are not limited to: Special instruction Assistive technology Speech and language Audiology services Family training and counseling Occupational and physical therapy Psychological services Vision servicesUnionCMSU UnionColumbia Montour Snyder Union Counties of Central Pennsylvania Service System
    CMU - Early Intervention ServicesService Coordination is comprised of Intake, Location, coordination, monitoring and transition planning for infant/toddler early intervention services. All referrals for Infant/Toddler Early Intervention services in Dauphin County are received at 717 441-7034. Service Coordinators will meet with families at the location of their choice and early intervention services will be provided in the child's home and community.DauphinCMU - DauphinCMU
    Community Care Connections, Inc. - Infant-Toddler Therapy Services ProgramProvides early intervention services for infants and toddlers, ages birth-3 in Butler, Beaver and Armstrong Counties.ButlerCommunity Care Connections Infant Toddler Therapy Services ProgramCommunity Care Connections
    Connect Information Service for Early InterventionAssists families and other callers with questions about child development and provides information and referral for infants, toddlers and preschool children who may have developmental delays or disabilities. CONNECT can refer a child for an early intervention developmental assessment as well as a wide range of other resources.MifflinConnect Information Service for Early InterventionCONNECT Information Service for Early Intervention
    Connective Intervention ServicesEarly intervention, occupational therapy, special instructionBerksConnective Intervention ServicesConnective Intervention Services
    Crawford County Human Services - Main Office - Early InterventionServices offered could include speech, occupational and physical therapy, developmental specialist, behavioral specialist and nutritional counseling. Services are delivered in the child's natural environment and are aimed at incorporating the family's normal daily routines. Parents and caregivers are taught strategies and techniques to meet the child's individual needs.CrawfordCrawford County Human Services - Main OfficeCrawford County Human Services
    Department of Behavioral Health and Intellectual Disability Services - Intellectual Disability Services (IDS)Created under the Pennsylvania Mental Health and Mental Retardation Act of 1966, Intellectual Disability Services (IDS) plans, administers, monitors, and coordinates services for over 12,000 Philadelphia citizens with intellectual disabilities. Its mission is to create, promote, and enhance the supports and services available to individuals with intellectual disabilities. Services will foster choices, meaningful personal relationships, community participation, and dignity and respect as valued citizens. MRS achieves this mission by partnering with 70 care agencies to provide a broad range of supports and services including: -Supports Coordination (formerly known as Case Management) -Early Intervention Services (birth to 3 years of age) -In-home Supports and Respite Services -Employment and Adult Day Services -Community Living and Lifesharing Services Serving both adults and children, IDS provides a wide range of vital services that assist people with intellectual disabilities. These activities include: -Determining eligibility for individuals seeking services through the mental retardation system -Administering services and support for children and families using early intervention programs -At-home services, including respite care, therapies, and social and recreational services -Supporting people to live in supervised community homes and lifesharing arrangements -Employment and day services -Monitoring to ensure a focus on service outcomes, quality management, and accountability -Collaborating with the education, health, and child welfare system to serve children from birth to 21 yearsPhiladelphiaDepartment of Behavioral Health and Intellectual Disability - Philadelphia; Center CityDepartment of Behavioral Health and Intellectual Disability Services
    Diagnostic Preschool ClinicEarly Intervention (EI) consists of services and supports designed to help families with children who have developmental delays. While all children grow and change at their own rate, some children can experience delays in their development. Sometimes this can be cause for concern. At Lincoln Intermediate Unit 12, a diagnostic preschool clinic is available to provide evaluations of your child. Evaluation offered are for: Psychological - Emotional, Behavioral, Intellectual Speech Language Occupational Therapy Physical Therapy Audiology Nurse / Social Worker Visual Functioning Mobility (not acuity testing) From these evaluations, the appropriate services can be provided to help your child grow and develop.FranklinLincoln Intermediate Unit 12, Franklin CountyLincoln Intermediate Unit 12
    Early InterventionIdentify children birth to 3 years old who show evidence of or are at risk for lags in physical development, cognitie development, language and speech development, psychosocial development or self-help skills.SomersetBedford-Somerset MH-MR Early Intervention / SomersetBedford-Somerset MH-MR
    Early InterventionUCP of South Central PA, Inc. provides Early Intervention services to infants and toddler who are at risk of developmental delays in Franklin, Fulton, York and Adams counties. Early Intervention services build upon the natural learning opportunities that occur within the daily routines of a child and their family. Early Intervention supports and services are designed to meet the developmental needs of children with a disability as well as the needs of the family related to enhancing the child’s development in one or more of the following areas: •Physical development •Cognitive development •Communication development •Social or emotional development •Adaptive development FranklinPennCares, Franklin County OfficePennCares
    Early InterventionPenncares Support Services, Inc. provides Early Intervention services to infants and toddler who are at risk of developmental delays in Franklin, Fulton, York and Adams counties. Early Intervention services build upon the natural learning opportunities that occur within the daily routines of a child and their family. Early Intervention supports and services are designed to meet the developmental needs of children with a disability as well as the needs of the family related to enhancing the child's development in one or more of the following areas: - Physical development - Cognitive development - Communication development - Social or emotional development - Adaptive developmentFranklinPennCares, Hanover OfficePennCares
    Early Intervention for Children w/ DisabilitiesCentreStep-by-Step Early InterventionCen-Clear Child Services
    Early Intervention Services - MercerProvides support and services to families with children birth to age five, who have developmental delays and disabilities Supports services and resources for children that enhance daily opportunities for learning provided in settings where a child would be if he/she did not have a developmental delay and disability. Provides families’ independence and competencies. Respects families’ strengths, values and diversity. MercerMercer County Assistance OfficePennsylvania Department of Human Services
    Eastern Pennsylvania Down Syndrome CenterProvides medical assessments and referrals to specialists for children and adolescents with Down Syndrome. Resource center provides the most-current information on Down syndrome and maintains a resource book with specific referrals for each county in the state. Provides training about caring for patients with Down Syndrome for pediatric and family medicine residents, therapists, nurses, and service providers. Also sponsors family social events and activities. LehighEastern Pennsylvania Down Syndrome CenterEastern Pennsylvania Down Syndrome Center
    Erie County Care Management - Corry Office - Early InterventionProvides services for children who are developmentally delayed in one or more of the following areas: speech/language, gross/fine motor, cognition, self-help or social-emotional development. The program is responsible for intake, screening and service coordination activities. Each child and family will have access to a service coordinator who is responsible to develop and monitor service delivery of an Individual Family Service Plan for each child. This program serves as the single point of entry into the Erie County Early Intervention program.ErieErie County Care Management - Corry OfficeErie County Care Management
    Erie County Care Management - Erie Office - Early InterventionProvides services for children who are developmentally delayed in one or more of the following areas: speech/language, gross/fine motor, cognition, self-help or social-emotional development. The program is responsible for intake, screening and service coordination activities. Each child and family will have access to a service coordinator who is responsible to develop and monitor service delivery of an Individual Family Service Plan for each child. This program serves as the single point of entry into the Erie County Early Intervention program.ErieErie County Care Management - Erie OfficeErie County Care Management
    Erie County Department of Human Services - Office of Mental Health/Intellectual DisabilitiesProvides information and referral, 24 hour crisis, inpatient, outpatient, child/adolescent partial hospitalization consultation and education services, rehabilitation and training programs and residential programs.ErieErie County Department of Human Services - Office of Mental Health/Intellectual DisabilitiesErie County Department of Human Services
    Fayette County Behavioral Health Administration Early Intervention ServicesConducts general screening efforts to identify and treat individuals who have emerging developmental problems to help ensure the best possible prognosis.FayetteEarly Intervention ServicesFayette County Behavioral Health Administration
    First Steps Early InterventionA young child’s life is often measured by a series of firsts, such as their first smile, their first words, and their first steps. But sometimes children need a little extra help to reach those childhood milestones. Services from accessAbilities may include: Physical Therapy – Physical therapists focus on large muscle development in order to help the child to roll over, sit, crawl, or walk. Occupational Therapy – Occupational therapists focus on small muscle development, helping the child to reach, grasp toys, and play in a purposeful way. Speech Therapy – Speech language pathologists help to build an early foundation for language development and communication. Feeding and swallowing therapies can also be provided. Special Instruction – The experienced team of early childhood teachers can provide strategies to assist the child with problem solving and social skills, and to promote the child’s comprehension and use of language. Nutrition Therapy – Registered dieticians address feeding issues, dietary intake, and offer consultations with parents regarding special dietary needs. Vision Therapy – Certified teachers of the visually impaired are available to help children work toward independence. Toy Lending Library – The agency offers a lending library including toys and assistive technology for families to borrow and reinforce skills. The Early Intervention Team may incorporate other strategies. These strategies include: Positive Behavioral Support - a functional assessment is used to identify the environmental events, circumstances, and interactions that trigger and maintain challenging behavior. Sensory Integration - Sensory Integration refers to an individual’s ability to take in information received from their senses and make sense of it so they can function smoothly throughout their day. Feeding - Helps the child to learn how to eat a variety of foods from within all food groups and age appropriate textures. Therapeutic Listening - This sound-based program is integrated into the child’s daily routine and helps better organize the child’s sensory system. Infant Massage - This strategy is a loving way to improve bonding and attachment, nervous system maturity, digestion, and provide relaxation for parent and child. Early Intervention Language Coach - Our teachers provide language and communication stimulation capturing a child’s attention and supports communication development. ArmstrongaccessAbilities - Children's ServicesaccessAbilities, Inc.
    Forest-Warren Human Services - Early InterventionThe Early Intervention Program provides services in six areas of development: Gross Motor, Fine Motor, Cognition, Self-Help, Social-Emotional, and Language. Services are provided in the home or community, focusing on family interaction and routines.WarrenForest-Warren Human ServicesForest-Warren Human Services
    Franklin/Fulton County Early InterventionFranklin/Fulton County Early Intervention Program is designed to provide specialized services for newborns to three (3) year old children in their natural environment to help them reach developmental milestones. Services are determined by a team that supports the child and the family through individualized plans that encourage progress and development in areas that may include motor development, communication skills, cognition and problem solving, play skills and/or socialization. ​FranklinFranklin/Fulton Mental Health/Intellectual Disabilities/Early InterventionFranklin County Human Services
    Greene County Human Services - Early InterventionProvides development services and supports to children who have a developmental delay or who are at risk for having a developmental delay. Evaluations may be offered to determine the need for services and supports such as special instruction, speech/language pthology, physical therapy, occupational therapy, nutrition support, hearing special instruction, and social work. Parent trainings, workshops, social, and networking opportunities are also available.GreeneChildren and Youth ServicesGreene County Human Services
    Guidance Center - Smethport Office - Early InterventionHome based education, speech therapy, physical therapy, occupational therapy, vision therapy, hearing therapy, nutrition, social work and behavioral support services.McKeanGuidance Center - Smethport OfficeGuidance Center
    HAP Enterprises - Tiny Tot Child Development Center -Early Intervention -BeaverOffers comprehensive early childhood education services to young children of all abilities through child care, preschool and early intervention programs. We have been providing preschool early intervention services since 1963 and infant/toddler early int BeaverChild DevelopmentHAP Enterprises
    Home Nursing Agency Early Intervention 400 Lakemont Park Boulevard Altoona OfficeWhen you choose Home Nursing Agency’s Early Intervention Services, our team approach focuses on helping you achieve what’s important to you, your child and your family. Through the sharing of information and expertise, we offer seamless coordination of your child’s services by providing all types of care. We offer the full range of services you may need for your child up to three-years-old, including: •Child Development Specialists – help you set goals and create learning opportunities throughout your child’s daily routines. •Occupational Therapists – support you in helping your child reach, grasp, play, and eat independently while helping you understand how babies respond to sight, sound, feel, taste, movement, and smell. •Physical Therapists – support you in helping your child with body strength and muscle control so he or she can learn to move, walk, and play. •Speech and Language Pathologists – teach strategies to promote the development of your child’s communication, understanding, and use of language. Speech and occupational therapists can also coordinate plans to address any concerns with your child’s eating/feeding issues. •Social Workers – provide support and counseling so your family can create the best environment to encourage your child’s growth and development. •Certified Infant Massage Therapist – teaches families how to use gentle touch to communicate with your child, and provide relaxation and relief.BlairHome Nursing Agency 400 Lakemont Park Boulevard Altoona PA OfficeHome Nursing Agency
    LCARC - Early InterventionThis program is provided for developmentally delayed children, ages birth to three, and is designed to teach parents how to address a child's delays in their natural environment. Speech and physical therapy as well as O.T. are also provided.LawrenceLCARCLCARC (Lawrence County Association for Responsible Care)
    Lifesteps, Inc. - Child Check Developmental ScreeningDevelopmental/Autism Screening for children from birth to 5 years old. The child's development is evaluated in areas such as talking, seeing, hearing, moving, thinking, and personal social skills, and results are discussed with the parents. Autism screening is also available for children 18 months to five years of age by request or referral. Outreach/education such as referrals and information on community resources is also provided to parents, caregivers, teachers, etc. for support.ButlerLifesteps - Family ServicesLifesteps
    Mercer County Behavioral Health Commission Inc. - Early Intervention Service CoordinationHelps families with children who have developmental delays from birth to 3 years old.MercerCase Management ServicesMercer County Behavioral Health Commission
    Next Step TherapyHome based Intervention services for children birth to 3, Outpatient Pediactric clinic for children ages birth to 18VenangoNext Step TherapyNext Step Therapy
    North Star Support Services- Early InterventionServices and supports designed to help families with children from birth to age 3 who have developmental delays or conditions which have a high probability of delays.BlairNorth Star Support Services- Altoona LocationNorth Star Support Services
    Pathways - Early Intervention - Fayette CountyPathways of Southwestern Pa Early Intervention Fayette County provides developmental services to children and their families who live within Fayette County.FayetteEarly InterventionPathways of Southwestern Pennsylvania, Inc.
    Pathways - Early Intervention Greene CountyOffers support and services designed to assist families with infants and toddlers (birth through age three), with special needs, to promote the development of their child.GreeneEarly InterventionPathways of Southwestern Pennsylvania, Inc.
    Pathways - Early Intervention Washington CountyOffers support and services designed to assist families with infants and toddlers (birth through age three), with special needs, to promote the development of their child.WashingtonEarly InterventionPathways of Southwestern Pennsylvania, Inc.
    Pathways - Early Intervention Westmoreland CountyOffers support and services designed to assist families with infants and toddlers (birth through age three), with special needs, to promote the development of their child.WestmorelandEarly InterventionPathways of Southwestern Pennsylvania, Inc.
    Pennsylvania Department of Education - Early InterventionAssists children with developmental concerns in early education settings.MercerPennsylvania Department of EducationPennsylvania Department of Education
    PinnacleHealth Home CarePinnacleHealth's skilled care team includes a variety of healthcare professionals, such as: Registered Nurses, Physical Therapists, Speech Therapists, Occupational Therapists, Home Health Aides and Nutritionists.DauphinPinnacleHealth Home CarePinnacleHealth
    Professional Family Care Services Early InterventionIdentifies infants, toddlers and preschoolers who show evidence of or are at risk for lags in physical development, cognitive development, language and speech development, psychosocial development or self-help skills, and provide or coordinate the delivery of an enrichment program to meet their current developmental needsCambriaPFCS Early InterventionProfessional Family Care Services
    Project ConnectAn early intervention program providing educational programs and services to preschool children with or at risk for developmental delays. Early Intervention Services may include identification, screening and assessment, speech pathology and audiology, special instruction, occupational therapy and physical therapy and family trainings.LehighCarbon Lehigh Intermediate Unit 21Carbon Lehigh Intermediate Unit 21
    Ready to LearnR2L works with many community partners to promote quality early learning by collaborating and communicating with partners; provides education and outreach to parents of small children and supporting school readiness/transition activities.AdamsUnited Way of Adams CountyUnited Way of Adams County
    Right Start Children's ServicesEarly Intervention provider agency. Provides Pediatric Therapy Services. Assessed need for therapy services.BerksRight Start Children's ServicesRight Start Children's Services
    Safe Harbor Behavioral Health of UPMC Hamot - Early InterventionEarly Interventions services are provided to help to meet the needs of infants and toddlers who may be at risk for developmental delays. The program is a family-centered approach to arranging services for the child while helping parents understand and enhance their child's development.ErieSafe Harbor Behavioral Health of UPMC Hamot - Main OfficeSafe Harbor Behavioral Health of UPMC Hamot
    Seneca Highlands Intermediate Unit 9: Infant Toddler Early InterventionServices may include screenings, evaluations, and developmental services according to the child's needs. Services are provided in the child's home or other natural environment. Parents are provided with information and resources as requested.McKeanSeneca Highlands Intermediate Unit 9: Infant Toddler Early InterventionSeneca Highlands Intermediate Unit 9
    Seneca Highlands Intermediate Unit 9: Preschool Early Intervention OfficeServices are provided in the child's least restrictive environment (LRE) and may include: specialized instruction, hearing support, vision support, speech/language support, occupational therapy, physical therapy, and transportation. Services are determined by the child's (IEP) team.McKeanSeneca Highlands Intermediate Unit 9: Preschool Early Intervention OfficeSeneca Highlands Intermediate Unit 9
    Service Access and Management - Early InterventionHome and community based services and supports are provided to families with infants and toddlers to maximize the child's developmental potential and can assist the family in helping the child develop and grow. Service planning and service delivery is founded on a partnership between families and early intervention personnel, which is focused on meeting the unique needs of the child and family.BerksService Access and Management - BerksService Access and Management - Headquarters
    Success By 6 InitiativeSB6 is the community connector between early learning programs, school districts and families. All of our activities have the end goal of children being ready for school. Activities take place throughout the community.JuniataSuccess by 6United Way of Mifflin-Juniata
    The Arc Alliance, Early Intervention Developmental ServicesHome and community based special instruction, occupational therapy, physical therapy, speech pathology, nutrition, vision, hearing and behavioral services.MontgomeryThe Arc Alliance Children's ServicesThe Arc Alliance Children's Services
    The Early Learning Institute Penn Center East / Harmony Learning CenterPreschools for children of all abilities, ages two to five. Day care and before/after school care are also available for children twelve months to young school age.AlleghenyThe Early Learning InstituteThe Early Learning Institute
    Via of the Lehigh Valley - Early Intervention ServicesEarly identification and age-appropriate therapies are critical to the well-being of children with disabilities. Via Early Intervention services, offered to children from birth to age three, can enhance a child's development and provide support and assistance to families. Therapists work with infants and toddlers in their homes and daycare facilities to address delays and include caregivers in the teaching process so therapy can continue at home. Early identification and age-appropriate therapies are critical to the well-being of children with disabilities. Via Early Intervention, offered to children from birth to age three, can enhance a child's development and provide support and assistance to families. At the most critical time in a child's life, Via Early Intervention specialists identify and address developmental delays and disabilities. Therapists work with infants and toddlers in their homes and daycare facilities to identify and address delays and include caregivers in the teaching process so therapy can continue in all aspects of the child's environment. Via Early Intervention supports more than 250 children and families in Lehigh and Northampton Counties. Infants and toddlers are eligible to receive early intervention services when they have been identified as having a developmental delay or disability in: -Physical development (including vision and hearing) -Cognitive development -Communication development -Sensory development -social-emotional development -Adaptive developmentNorthamptonVia of the Lehigh ValleyVia of the Lehigh Valley
    Western Pennsylvania School for the Deaf - Parent/Infant ProgramFamily-centered, home-based early intervention program, pre-literacy skill training, auditory training, speech training, sign language instruction, parent workshops, support groups, newsletters, and resource materials.AlleghenyWestern Pennsylvania School for the DeafWestern Pennsylvania School for the Deaf
    Westmoreland Casemanagement and Support, Inc. - Early Intervention Service CoordinationProvides Service Coordination to families of eligible children with developmental delays/disabilities to assist in enhancing the learning and development of their child with special needs. Helps families coordinate the specific services that best meet the child and family needs. Services and supports take place within a child’s natural environment and build upon the natural learning that occurs during the child’s first few years. The EI SC works on a team with the parents and other service providers to develop an Individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP) that will identify the services and supports needed to reach the outcomes determined by the family for their child. WestmorelandEarly Intervention Service CoordinationWestmoreland Casemanagement and Support, Inc.

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