Some of the most important people in our kids' early lives are the therapists who will help them work toward building the emotional, social, adaptive, and physical skills they’ll need to fully participate in their school and community. Learn more about what’s available here.

When should my child begin early intervention therapies?

  • Early intervention can make a huge positive impact on the lives and development of children with developmental delays and disabilities. It’s important to start services as soon as you can if your child is under age three and has been diagnosed with, or is at risk for, developmental delays or disabilities. Learn more about when to start specific therapies here.



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