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
Tips for Parents
What parent hasn't wished for an instruction manual? This section
is filled with tips and advice to help you deal with everything from
temper tantrums, to potty training a child with special needs, to
establishing stress free bedtime routines.
tantrums, hitting, throwing toys and screaming "NO" are unfortunately a part
of parenting a young child. Learn more in our section on
Child Behavior, including:
You may also be interested in our
Ask a Therapist Q&A
Building Positive Habits
compiled a list of proven strategies to use to help your child learn how to
behave. Learn more in our section on
Building Positive Habits in children, including:
Parents of children with special needs face unique challenges. Our
therapists have gathered and written a series of
Special Needs tips
and articles just for you.
Nutrition is critical to your child's ability to thrive and grow. Feeding
concerns from picky eaters to problem feeders will be addressed in our section on
Feeding Problems, including:
The first few months and years of a baby's life can have a profound
impact on the baby's ability to develop deep feelings of trust, pleasure,
and security. Learn more in our section on
is often a parent's first concern - the list of modifications are endless if
you are a new parent. Learn more in our section on
Safety Tips, including:
Overwhelmed with what type of equipment can be used to help your child?
Our therapists have collected this information to help you understand your
options. Learn more in our section on
Age Appropriate Toy Choices.
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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