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"Ask a Therapist" Spans the Globe to Help Parents Answer
Questions Related to their Child's Development
Parents the world over have the same questions and
concerns related to how their child is growing and
developing. It doesn't matter whether they live in New York
City, Mumbai, India or London, England. Every parent
regardless of culture or country of origin, at some point
will wonder "Is this typical for a 2 year old?" or "Where
can I find more information to help my baby?"
Early Intervention Support's free "Ask A Therapist"
service is here for just such a purpose. We have helped
answer questions from hundreds of parents of children ages
birth-8 around the globe on topics related to specific
diagnoses such as cerebral palsy, to feeding, motor skills,
speech and language development, vision concerns, sensory
issues, social-emotional development, whether or not to seek
an early intervention evaluation/therapy and much more.
If a parent has a concern, it is IMPORTANT. No question
is too big, too small or too silly for Early Intervention
Support to address. So don't be afraid to "Ask a Therapist!"
Since 2007 Early Intervention Support has answered questions from almost all 50 US States as well as from the following places around the globe: