Early Intervention

Do you know a child who does not point or has not used words by the age of 14 months? Are you concerned about your child’s playing and thinking skills? Does your child show an interest in playing with peers or prefers to play alone?


Early intervention focuses on a child’s overall healthy developmental skills in 5 areas of development (Communication/Language, Social/Emotional. Motor, Adaptive, Cognitive). Our services cover ages 14 months old-5 years old and emphasizes the social/ emotional domain.

Early Intervention Services:

  • Developmental Therapy/Early Intervention
  • Developmental Evaluation
  • Consultation

Insurance/Pay Accepted:

  • Private Pay only

What is Early Intervention?

Early intervention is a developmental therapy that focuses on integration of conceptual skills, motor skills, language skills, and social-emotional skills. It includes a global evaluation and assessment, Individualized Family Service Plan development and family training. To achieve a comprehensive therapy treatment program Developmental Therapists establish a close relationship with a child’s family, therapists, and school to create an appropriate treatment plan and to support parents in the developmental process.

Our Early Intervention Services

Typically, early intervention focuses on children ages birth to five years. Pediatric Developmental Therapists look at the child. It is a discipline that specifically looks at how a child is developing during the most significant period of the child’s development. Our Therapists assess a child’s global development and identify specific areas of strengths and weaknesses. Thereafter, they develop play activities designed to help a child overcome their challenges and improve the quality their interactions. These activities help the child to gain confidence in their own ability to learn and to acquire typical day to day social skills and appropriate behaviors. Our therapists focus on the social emotional aspect of development.

Concerns Addressed in Early Intervention: Social Emtional Development and Behavior

  • Speech delay or communication disorder
  • Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD)
  • Impulsive: Lack of self-control
  • Neurological Disorders
  • Over sensitivity to sound, sights, touch, movement, or smell
  • Decreased Attention Span
  • Poor Social Skills
  • Sensory Processing Differences
  • Delays in Playing and Thinking Skills