Early intervention services for infants & their families

A toddler boy with glasses and his teacher do a craft project outside
We urge caregivers of children who are visually impaired to contact us as soon as they receive a diagnosis from a medical professional. We serve children in our youngest age group and their families through our Early Head Start Locally Designed Option (EHS LDO). The program infants and toddlers from birth through 35 months, as well as pregnant mothers, especially those who have already learned that their child will be born with a significant disability. In combination with early intervention services and medical care, the center-based program emphasizes the caregiver’s role in supporting their child’s development, learning, and school readiness. This program is designed to fully engage families, provide them with coaching and specific strategies for their child, address their stress and isolation, and support them as they learn to navigate the complexities of health care, therapies, and our educational systems. To find out more about the program click here and a member of our team will follow up with you promptly, or click here to enroll today.