Early Childhood Intervention
This website is a place for families who are facing
challenges pertaining to their child's development and
It is a place to find answers and practical
suggestions. That's what Early Intervention Support is all
Whether a family has a child with a challenging behavior,
a disability or developmental issue, childhood is short - it
should be savored and enjoyed.
Ask a Therapist
We understand developmental milestones and the challenges
of Special Needs children. We spend a great deal of time
with families understanding the inner workings of childhood
routines and interactions. Ask us about your child today!
Ask a Therapist
Behavioral Tips for Parents
Temper tantrums, hitting, throwing toys and
screaming "NO" are unfortunately a part of parenting a young child.
When your child behaves in an unacceptable way, remember, he or she
is not being bad. It's just a way to communicate. As a parent, you
play a vital role in teaching your child the right way to behave.
Addressing challenge behaviors will help your child in the long run.
At the elementary level, children with challenging behavior have a
harder time making friends and get in trouble more often with
Studies have shown that children who still have challenging
behaviors when they reach the teenage years are more likely to be
arrested, drop out of school, abuse drugs and alcohol, or have
problems into adulthood. Here are tips to help your child learn self
More Parenting Tips Related to Behavior
Parenting Tips in Other Areas Include
Learn More About Early Intervention
Thankfully, there are many ways to deal with childhood developmental
delays and behaviors. These include in-home services, outpatient (you take
your child to a clinic), inpatient (following injury or surgery) and school
based services. Which type of therapy should you choose?
Visit our Therapy Options
area to learn more.
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