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Infant Development & Early Intervention

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Our infant development and early intervention program helps babies and toddlers with developmental delays or disabilities learn key skills that typically develop very early in life. Early intervention can contribute to a child’s success at home, in school, the workplace, and community — and can make a positive impact on a child’s development and accomplishments well into adulthood.

Our infant development and early intervention professionals are specially trained in child development, and they work alongside occupational and physical therapists and speech-language pathologists. Our goal is to get each child “caught up” with their more “normally” developing peers, so they can get back on track with standard developmental milestones. Our specialists assess and address:

  • Cognition
  • Language
  • Fine and gross motor skills
  • Social and emotional development
  • Adaptive and self-help abilities

Our infant development and early intervention offers one-on-one sessions, with frequency based on need. Services are home-based or are provided in one of our behavioral health treatment centers. Speech, occupational, and/or physical therapy services are integrated into the program as appropriate or necessary.

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Funds for Services for Individuals with Autism are at Risk

June 05, 2020 | Kate Sheldon-Princi, M.Ed., BCBA

California will see budget deficits as a result of the COVID-19 crisis. Spending cuts may impact the availability of services for autism that are provided through local regional centers. The federal government is considering additional funding to help. Let your local member of congress know this funding is important to you.

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Respite Care for Kids or Adults with Autism During COVID-19

May 28, 2020 | Karina Chavira, BS and Diana Ferrassoli, AA

Keeping everything at home running smoothly during COVID-19 can be challenging, especially for parents of kids or adults with autism or other developmental disabilities. But with respite care, helping hands are ready and safety measures are in place to help parents get the temporary assistance they need.

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Success with Distance Learning for Kids with Autism

May 13, 2020 | Susan Rischall Heytow, M.Ed., BCBA

Managing distance learning for kids with autism can be challenging. But with focus and consistency, parents can turn distance learning into a positive experience for everyone. Dealing with the initial confusion, establishing a schedule, and reaching out for professional assistance are a few strategies that can help.

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