Early Childhood Intervention

We can assist you with:

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Assessments and Therapy

For concerns such as Autism, ADHD and Attention issues, Developmental Milestone Delays, Social issues, Emotional Regulation issues, Following Instructions and Group Participation issues, Fine Motor issues, and Reading/Writing issues.

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Early Developmental Screeners

Short screeners to give you an overall picture of how your child is progressing compared to others of the same age and how on track they are for ‘big school’.

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School Readiness Groups

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Professional Reports

Individual professional reports to assist with school and receiving additional support.

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Communication with Educators and other Allied Health Providers

We work closely and collaboratively with educators and other health providers so we are all on the same page!

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Individual Therapy

Work 1:1 with your therapist who’s focused on improving your quality of life.

Tailored Rooms

Our rooms are designed to allow us to respond to the varying needs of our clients.   

Quality Reports

We are the leader on the coast and well known for our comprehensive reports.

Why Choose Us

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Qualified Neuroaffirming Clinicians

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45+ Years of combined experience

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Client focused, strengths based approaches

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Collaborative Allied Health Team

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Benefits of Service

Early Intervention

An early childhood intervention specialist, also known as an early interventionist, can provide support and assistance to children and families during the crucial early years of a child’s development. Our early childhood intervention specialists can help with:

Developmental assessments: Our early childhood intervention specialists can conduct comprehensive assessments to identify your child’s strengths, weaknesses, and developmental delays across various domains, including cognitive, language, motor, social-emotional, and adaptive skills.

Individualized intervention planning: Based on the assessment results, our early childhood intervention specialists collaborate with you to develop individualized intervention plans tailored to your child’s specific needs and goals. They provide guidance on selecting appropriate strategies and interventions to promote optimal development.

Early intervention services: Our early childhood intervention specialists offer direct services to children, delivering targeted interventions to address developmental delays or challenges. These interventions may focus on areas such as speech and language development, fine and gross motor skills, social skills, cognitive abilities, and self-help skills.

Parent education and support: Our early childhood intervention specialists work closely with you, providing you with information, resources, and strategies to support your child’s development at home. They offer guidance on promoting language and communication skills, fostering play and social interaction, and addressing behavioral challenges effectively.

Collaborating with other professionals: Our early childhood intervention specialists often work as part of a multidisciplinary team, collaborating with other professionals such as speech therapists, occupational therapists, psychologists, and educators. They coordinate efforts to ensure a holistic and comprehensive approach to the child’s intervention and progress.

Transition support: Our early childhood intervention specialists assist families in navigating transitions, such as moving from early intervention programs to preschool or other educational settings. They provide you with support in accessing appropriate services, advocating for the child’s needs, and facilitating a smooth transition process.

Family-centered approach: Our early childhood intervention specialists recognize the importance of family involvement and empowerment. They engage families as active participants in the intervention process, provide emotional support, and offer strategies to promote positive family dynamics and routines that support your child’s development.

Advocacy and community resources: Our early childhood intervention specialists may serve as advocates for children and families, helping them access community resources, services, and support systems. They can provide information on available programs, financial assistance, and relevant community organizations.

Monitoring and progress tracking: Our early childhood intervention specialists regularly monitor and track your child’s progress to evaluate the effectiveness of interventions and make necessary adjustments to the intervention plan. They communicate and collaborate with you to ensure ongoing support and progress in developmental goals.

Overall, our early childhood intervention specialists aim to optimize your child’s development and provide you with the necessary tools and support to promote your child’s well-being during the crucial early years.