Speech & Language Therapy
Early Intervention Speech Language Therapists, through play and during the families’ daily routines, work with children with delays in their communication skills both in their abilities to express themselves verbally as well as to understand what is verbalized to them.
Speech Language Pathologists also work with children with swallowing and feeding issues as they are trained in the structures and functions of the oral cavity.
Early Intervention Occupational Therapists, through play and during the families’ daily routines, work with children with delays in their fine motor skills, inability to manipulate objects, and/or lack of adaptive skills used in daily life.
Occupational Therapists also work with children with sensory processing issues who respond to sensory input form the environment in uncomfortable, atypical or disruptive ways.
Quality Provider Of Early Intervention Services
Early Intervention Physical Therapists, through play and during the families’ daily routines, work with children with delays in their gross motor skills, inability to negotiate their physical environment effectively and/or the presence of movement/coordination dysfunction.
Physical Therapists are also trained in the assessment and use of pediatric orthotics, adaptive equipment and/or assistive technology to enhance their ability to negotiate their environment and participate in community life.
Early Intervention Special Instructors use their broad knowledge of early childhood development to work with children and their families to assist each child in reaching their maximum potential to develop, learn, and participate in the natural activities and routines of everyday life. Special instruction professionals use infant and toddler educational curriculums, activity sheets and developmentally appropriate toys during the sessions. For example, special education professionals may select a number of toys to help a child maximize involvement and engagement during play time.