Early Intervention (EI) builds upon the natural learning that occurs in a child's first few years and the natural learning opportunities that occur within the daily routines of a child and their family. 

Research shows that children learn best within the context of their family and their daily routines. The majority of services are provided in the child's home or other natural setting. Services are designed to foster typical early childhood development and healthy family functioning using the coaching model to provide intervention, education, consultation and training.

Early Intervention services include:

  • Consultation and Education
  • Screening, Assessments, and Evaluations
  • Services and Support, which can include:
    • Hearing Services
    • Nutrition Services
    • Occupational Therapy
    • Physical Therapy
    • Service Coordination
    • Social Work
    • Special Instruction
    • Speech Therapy
    • Vision Service
  • Transition Planning