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    Programs that identify infants, toddlers and in some cases, preschoolers who show evidence of or are at risk for lags in physical development, cognitive development, language and speech development, psychosocial development or self-help skills, and provide or coordinate the delivery of an enrichment program in order to minimize the potential for a developmental delay and to meet their current developmental needs. The program may include early identification activities (child find); a developmental evaluation; a review of family concerns, priorities and resources; meetings with the family to develop an individualized family service plan; service coordination to ensure that the individual and his or her family receive needed services which may include but are not limited to physical therapy, occupational therapy, audiology, health/medical services, nursing services, nutrition services, psychological services including specialized play groups or therapy sessions, counseling, speech and language assistance, special instructional services, transportation, and parenting skills development; and ongoing evaluation of the child's progress and his or her changing enrichment needs. Included are "birth to three" programs and federal, state or local programs that address the needs of slightly older children or children not otherwise eligible for "birth to three" programs.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    ACHIEVA Early Intervention Program - AlleghenyIndividualized programs in homes and community settings that include: developmental specialist therapies; speech, physical, occupational therapies; and behavioral, vision and hearing specialists for infants and toddlers with developmental delays and/or disabilities.AlleghenyACHIEVAACHIEVA
    ACHIEVA Early Intervention Program - Arc of WestmorelandIndividualized programs in homes and community settings that include: developmental specialist therapies; speech, physical, occupational therapies; and behavioral, vision and hearing specialists for infants and toddlers with developmental delays and/or disabilities.WestmorelandArc of WestmorelandACHIEVA
    Achievement Center - Erie Office - Early InterventionEarly Intervention (EI) Services provide support to children from birth to age 3. Our EI Team helps children reach important milestones and addresses individual needs in their developmental process. ErieAchievement Center - Erie OfficeAchievement Center
    Allegheny Intermediate Unit - DART ProgramDART's purpose is to discover eligible young children who have a developmental delay, provide in-depth assessment aimed at identifying a child's individual strengths and needs, and recommend and provide appropriate early intervention services.AlleghenyAIU - Family and Community EducationAllegheny Intermediate Unit
    Appalachia Intermediate Unit 08 Early Intervention for Children with Disabilities/DelaysThe Appalachia Intermediate Unit 8 Preschool Early Intervention Program identifies and provides early intervention special education services to eligible young children who must meet the following criteria: •Ages 3 to 5 years old and not yet enrolled in kindergarten •Resident of Bedford, Blair, Cambria or Somerset County •Has a disability and/or exhibits a developmental delay of at least 25% in one or more of the following developmental areas: ◦Cognitive ◦Communication ◦Physical ◦Self-help ◦Social-emotional •and is in need of specially designed instruction. BlairAppalachia IU 08 Early Intervention PreschoolAppalachia Intermediate Unit 08
    Arc of Chester County - First Step Early InterventionThe Arc of Chester Countys First Step Early Intervention Home Program provides specialized services for newborns to three-year-old children, in their natural environment, to help them reach developmental milestones. These services are available to children with developmental delays and disabilities who are referred by the Chester County Department of Mental Health/Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities. Our team of specialists develops and monitors a program responding to the childs needs in the context of family life. Physical, speech, and occupational therapists as well as nurses and social workers provide services as needed. Motor skills, cognitive ,and language development are encouraged and supported. Family training is provided by the team to implement activities during natural routines throughout each visit. The Arc of Chester Countys First Step Early Intervention Preschool Program helps children with disabilities ages three to five learn new skills with trained and understanding teachers in a warm, creative atmosphere. Children are referred to the program by the Chester County Intermediate Unit. Our team of specialists develops and monitors a program responding to each childs needs. Special education teachers work closely with social workers and physical, occupational, and speech therapists. Staff nurses allow children with severe medical needs to benefit from an inclusive classroom experience and are available to respond to medical emergencies. Music therapy and art therapy are integral parts of the program promoting speech, language, motor, and communication skills. Family involvement includes an active role in planning and implementing each childs program.ChesterARC OF CHESTER COUNTY, THEArc of Chester County
    Arc of Montgomery, Berks and Bucks Counties - Early InterventionEarly Intervention (preschool) programs are provided for children who are considered as "at risk" having shown a delay in a mental or physical developmental area. Preschool programs are designed to work with each child at the earliest age possible to improve and/or maintain skill/capability areas where a developmental delay is identified. The Early Intervention services for children considered "at risk" are divided into two program areas that are overseen by the Office of Child Development and Early Learning (OCDEL). The Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare maintains responsibility for the funding and supervision of programs for children from birth to age 3 years old. These programs concentrate on enhancing the physical and mental development of these children. The Pennsylvania Department of Education has responsibility for all "at risk" children from the age of 3 years until school age. Services are provided in the areas of physical, sensory, cognitive language, speech, social-emotional and self-help. MontgomeryThe ARC of Montgomery, Berks and Bucks Counties - Montgomery; EaglevilleArc of Montgomery, Berks and Bucks Counties
    Asociacion de Puertoriquenos en Marcha - Early InterventionEarly Intervention program is designed to help children between the ages of 3 and 5 overcome areas of delayed development. The program advocates on behalf of these youngsters, ensuring they receive appropriate special educational services. Children can receive speech therapy, occupational and physical therapy and other special instruction.PhiladelphiaEarly Intervention @ Luzerne StreetAsociacion de Puertoriquenos en Marcha
    Avenues - Early InterventionHelp children who are at risk of or already have a developmental delay. Staff go into a home focused on any of the six areas of development. These areas are: - cognitive - language - social - self-help - gross motor - fine motor The goal of this program at Avenues, as well as SAM (Service Access Management) is to help parents understand their child's needs by direct participation, planning, and incorporation of a program (IFSP) into the family's daily routine (natural environment) to assist the child in reaching their maximum developmental potentiaSchuylkillAvenues - Park StreetAvenues
    Barber National Institute - Early Intervention (Birth to Age 3)Therapies for children from birth to age three with a physical or developmental delay. Services provided in the home, day care or other setting convenient for the family.ErieBarber National Institute - Main CampusBarber National Institute
    BARC - Early Intervention ServicesBARC provides early intervention and early childhood services for infants, toddlers and preschoolers who are referred by either a local base service unit (birth through three) or the Bucks County Intermediate Unit (ages three through five), in home, community and classroom based programs. Outcomes are individual to the child and family and are developed through assessment, discussion, planning, and ongoing communication. Strategies are developed to encourage progress and development in areas that may include motor development , communication skills, cognition and problem solving, play skills and/or socialization. Services are determined by a team that supports the child and the family through individualized plans that include measurable outcomes, strategies and specifically designed instruction BucksBARC Developmental Services - Bucks; BuckinghamBARC Developmental Services
    BCIU - Early InterventionPreschool Early Intervention is a parent/caregiver training model program that provides public school special education services and supports for preschool children with special needs. If a child is found eligible for services, an Individualized Education Program is developed to provide support for the child's participation in typical preschool activities. Supports include training and consultation for the staff working with the child in their early learning program, special instruction, and related therapies. The program provides the supports to enable a child to attend an early learning program, but does not provide the early learning program unless the child's needs can only be met in a preschool special education environment.BerksBerks County Intermediate UnitBerks County Intermediate Unit
    Bedford-Somerset DBHS - Early Intervention - BedfordIdentifies children birth to 3 years old who show evidence of or are at risk for lags in physical development, cognitive development, language and speech development, psycho-social development or self-help skills.BedfordEarly InterventionBedford-Somerset DBHS
    Bedford-Somerset DBHS - Early Intervention - SomersetIdentifies children birth to 3 years old who show evidence of or are at risk for lags in physical development, cognitive development, language and speech development, psycho-social development or self-help skills.SomersetEarly InterventionBedford-Somerset DBHS
    BLaST Intermediate Unit 17 - Early Intervention Program - Early Intervention Services Bradford, Sullivan, and Tioga CountiesEarly Intervention Services aid childrens' development through a system of family supports that help them to increase their abilities to care for their children. They provide a variety of need-based services for eligible young children in the least restrictive environment, including:
    • Consultations
    • Instruction in specialized classrooms
    • Related services, for example in the areas of speech, hearing, and vision, and assistance with psychological evaluations and assistive technology
    In addition, they provide screenings, upon request, and resources, training, and outreach programs for schools, preschools, colleges, and various agencies.
    LycomingBLaST Intermediate Unit 17 - Bradford County OfficeBLaST Intermediate Unit 17
    BLaST Intermediate Unit 17 - Early Intervention Program - Early Intervention Services Lycoming CountyEarly Intervention Services offers family supports that help parents to increase their abilities to care for their children. They provide a variety of need-based services for eligible young children, ages 3 to 5, who are special needs, or suspected to be special needs, in the least restrictive environment, including:
    • Evaluation of child's development
    • Consultations
    • Instruction in specialized classrooms
    • Related services, for example in the areas of speech, hearing, and vision, and assistance with psychological evaluations and assistive technology
    In addition, they provide screenings upon request, and resources, training, and outreach programs for schools, preschools, colleges, and various agencies.
    LycomingBLaST Intermediate Unit 17 - Early Intervention ProgramBLaST Intermediate Unit 17
    Bucks County Intermediate Unit # 22 - Child CareGeneric service created for fast track to address Early Intervention, Head Start, Early Head Start, Pre-K-CountsBucksBucks County Intermediate Unit #22 - Bucks; DoylestownBucks County Intermediate Unit #22
    Cambria County Behavioral HealthProvides case management services for individuals that are intellectually disabled. Coordinates and links community resources to implement treatment.CambriaCambria County Behavioral HealthCambria County Behavioral Health
    Carbon-Monroe-Pike Mental Health and Developmental Services - Carbon CountyProvides information and referral services to residents needing to access the state's BH/DS system. Also provides Intake and case management services to assess individual needs, assist individuals in accessing appropriate services, assess financial resources available and coordinate service delivery. The early intervention program provides individualized supports and services for families with infants/ toddlers, birth to age three, who are at risk of a disability and/or have a developmental delay. Mental Health Crisis Intervention is available on a 24-hour basis to individuals with a mental disability and/or who are experiencing a crisis. CarbonCarbon-Monroe-Pike Mental Health and Developmental Services - Carbon County OfficeCarbon-Monroe-Pike Mental Health and Developmental Services
    CARE for ChildrenNon-profit agency dedicated to improving the lives of children of all abilities in McKean County and the surrounding region.McKeanCARE for ChildrenCARE for Children
    CenClear Early InterventionServices are designed to meet the needs of infants and toddlers through the age of two, who are determined to be eligible. Services include therapies in the following areas: physical, cognitive, sensory, language/speech or alternative communication, psychological-social, or self-help skills.ClearfieldCenClear Early InterventionCenClear
    Center for Community Resources - Infant/Toddler Early InterventionCoordinates a developmental evaluation for children birth to three years of age. The team will evaluate 5 areas of development: large and fine motor, language, cognitive, self-help and social skills. For eligible children, service coordinators can also link clients to free supports and a variety of early intervention services. ButlerDevelopmental SupportsCenter for Community Resources
    Central Behavioral Health - Preschool Intervention Program (PIP)Child partial hospital program for children ages 3 to 5. Special education for developmentally delayed pre-schoolers; therapeutic intervention for pre-schoolers.MontgomeryPreschool Intervention Program (PIP)Central Behavioral Health
    Cerebral Palsy Association - Early InterventionThe Early Intervention program is a home and community based program for children with special needs and their families. Services Include: - Family Support - Specialized Physical, Occupational and Speech Therapy - Early Intervention Specialists - Medical Consultation - Assistive Technology - Day Care Consultation. - Early intervention Specialist Specialists - Assistive Technology - Medical Consultation - Day Care Consultation - Social service resource center - Parent's Support GroupChester*Main Site (The Cerebral Palsy Association of Chester County)Cerebral Palsy Association of Chester County
    Chester County Department of Mental Health, Intellectual, and Developmental Disabilities - Early InterventionEarly Intervention provides services and supports for children age 0-3 with developmental delays.Chester*Main Site (Chester County Dept of Mental Health / Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities)Chester County Department of Mental Health, Intellectual, and Developmental Disabilities
    Chester County Department of Mental Health, Intellectual, and Developmental Disabilities - Office of Intellectual DisabilityOffice of Intellectual Disability provides services and supports for individuals with intellectual disability.Chester*Main Site (Chester County Dept of Mental Health / Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities)Chester County Department of Mental Health, Intellectual, and Developmental Disabilities
    Children and Adult Disability and Educational Services - Early InterventionPrograms include Early Intervention (home based and center based), an approved private school, Adult Day Programs, Community Residential Programs and transportation services. Programs serve persons from the ages of birth through senior years with a wide range of disabilities such as cerebral palsy, learning disorders of a neurological nature, severe visual/motor perceptual impairments, mental retardation, physical disability, neurologically involved with behavior difficulties, multiple disabled, and so forth.DelawareChildren and Adult Disability and Educational Services - Delaware; SwarthmoreChildren and Adult Disability and Educational Services (CADES)
    Children and Adults with Special NeedsDevereux CARES day school provides state-of-the-art educational services to children with autism spectrum disorders and their families. The primary goal is to provide an educational environment that will support each student to become a productive, socially connected and personally fulfilled member of his or her local community.ChesterDevereux Pocono CenterDevereux Pennsylvania
    Children's Seashore House - Children's Rehabilitation ProgramThe Children's Rehabilitation Program offers the following services: - Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder Clinic - offers treatment for ADHD, a developmental disorder that occurs at some stage in a child's development. -Behavioral Pediatrics Clinic - provides services for children whose behavior is interfering with learning. -Children's Rehabilitation Hospital - offers inpatient services for children with chronic developmental behavioral problems. -Starting Young Program - Provides a comprehensive, interdisciplinary evaluation service designed to identify babies with developmental problems that might otherwise go undetected.PhiladelphiaChildren's Seashore House - Philadelphia; University CityChildren's Hospital of Philadelphia
    Clarke Pennsylvania Auditory/Oral Center - Clarke Toddler ProgramClarke Pennsylvania’s Toddler Program enriches the lives of children between the ages of two and three with meaningful sound, language and play. The toddler group meets on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9:00AM to Noon and allows children and their families to interact in a safe, nurturing, language-rich environment with exciting, hands-on lessons. Our acoustically balanced classrooms provide an ideal environment for listening and learning where we engage our young students and inspire their creativity. Parents participate in classroom activities and observe training techniques they can reinforce at home. Toddlers at Clarke develop the self-confidence they need to meet life’s challenges by building a strong foundation of listening. They acquire excellent, age-appropriate language skills at an early age that lead to greater independence throughout their lives. Our services are designed to be family-centered so that parents are involved in their children’s social, emotional and educational growth.PhiladelphiaClarke Schools for Hearing and Speech--Clarke Philadelphia- PhiladelphiaClarke Schools for Hearing and Speech--Clarke Philadelphia
    Clarke Pennsylvania Auditory/Oral Center - Early Intervention Services for Children with Hearing LossThe experienced staff at Clarke Pennsylvania helps families as they discover how to enrich their baby's life with meaningful sound and language in the Early Intervention program for children ages 0-3. A supportive home environment is as essential as a solid educational foundation in helping children with hearing loss become independent individuals in a hearing world. Clarke Pennsylvania staff come into the home and give parents confidence as they make decisions about educating their child. Clarke Pennsylvania focuses on the needs of the child as well as the family.PhiladelphiaClarke Schools for Hearing and Speech--Clarke Philadelphia- PhiladelphiaClarke Schools for Hearing and Speech--Clarke Philadelphia
    CMSU - Early InterventionEarly intervention is an array of supports and services that promote opportunities for parents to enhance their capacity in raising their child with developmental delays/disabilities. Specifically, parents/caregivers are taught how to support their child to help him/her grow. Early intervention services could include, but are not limited to: Special Instruction, Assistive Technology, Speech and Language, Audiology Services, Family Training and Counseling, Occupational and Physical Therapy, Psychological Services, and Vision Services.ColumbiaCMSU ColumbiaCMSU Central Pennsylvania Service System
    CMSU - Early InterventionEarly intervention is an array of supports and services that promote opportunities for parents to enhance their capacity in raising their child with developmental delays/disabilities. Specifically, parents/caregivers are taught how to support their child to help him/her grow. Early intervention services could include, but are not limited to: Special Instruction, Assistive Technology, Speech and Language, Audiology Services, Family Training and Counseling, Occupational and Physical Therapy, Psychological Services, and Vision Services.MontourCMSU MontourCMSU Central Pennsylvania Service System
    CMSU - Early InterventionEarly intervention is an array of supports and services that promote opportunities for parents to enhance their capacity in raising their child with developmental delays/disabilities. Specifically, parents/caregivers are taught how to support their child to help him/her grow. Early intervention services could include, but are not limited to: Special Instruction, Assistive Technology, Speech and Language, Audiology Services, Family Training and Counseling, Occupational and Physical Therapy, Psychological Services, and Vision Services.SnyderCMSU SnyderCMSU Central Pennsylvania Service System
    CMSU - Early InterventionEarly intervention is an array of supports and services that promote opportunities for parents to enhance their capacity in raising their child with developmental delays/disabilities. Specifically, parents/caregivers are taught how to support their child to help him/her grow. Early intervention services could include, but are not limited to: Special Instruction, Assistive Technology, Speech and Language, Audiology Services, Family Training and Counseling, Occupational and Physical Therapy, Psychological Services, and Vision Services.UnionCMSU UnionCMSU Central Pennsylvania Service System
    CMU - Early Intervention ServicesService Coordination is comprised of Intake, planning, referral, ongoing monitoring and assistance with transition planning for families of infants/toddlers participating in early intervention services. All referrals for Infant/Toddler Early Intervention services in Dauphin County are received at (717) 441-7034. Service Coordinators will meet with families at the location of their choice and early intervention services will be provided in the child's home and community.DauphinCMU - DauphinCMU
    COMHAR - Early InterventionEarly Intervention Program provides an array of home and site-based services for young children from birth to age five, who show delays in their physical, emotional, cognitive, or social development. A multidisciplinary evaluation identifies the child's need for services that may include special instruction; physical, occupational or speech therapy; behavior therapy; and nursing and nutrition consultations. EIP instructors coach parents in their home environment to interact with their child through play activities that foster the youngster's individuality and self-confidence and build developmental skills. Staff and specialists work toward a trusting partnership with families that allows each child to blossom.Philadelphia3825 Whitaker Ave Philadelphia, PA (Early Intervention & Wraparound Services)COMHAR
    Community Care Connections, Inc. - Infant-Toddler Therapy Services ProgramProvides early intervention services for infants and toddlers, ages birth-3 in Butler, Beaver and Armstrong Counties.ButlerCommunity Care Connections Infant Toddler Therapy Services ProgramCommunity Care Connections
    Compass Community Connections - Early InterventionProvides services to children from birth to age three who have developmental delays or special needs. Services provided in child's natural environment (home or child care setting). Fosters development by building upon the natural learning opportunities occurring in daily routines of child and family. Services designed to meet individual needs of the child. Services provide to child and families skills related to child's development, such as communication (speech and language) and social/emotional. Services include occupational therapy, speech therapy, and special instruction services. EVALUATION: If you are concerned about your child's development or have a child with special needs, an evaluation can be arranged to determine if they are eligible. No cost for evaluation or any early intervention services which may be received. Contact Base Service Unit at 717-242-0351. MifflinCompass Community ConnectionsCompass Community Connections
    Connect Information Service for Early InterventionAssists families and other callers with questions about child development and provides information and referral for infants, toddlers and preschool children who may have developmental delays or disabilities. CONNECT can refer a child for an early intervention developmental assessment as well as a wide range of other resources.MifflinConnect Information Service for Early InterventionCONNECT Information Service for Early Intervention
    Connective Intervention ServicesEarly intervention, occupational therapy, special instruction, speech therapy BerksConnective Intervention ServicesConnective Intervention Services
    Crawford County Human Services - Main Office - Early InterventionServices offered could include speech, occupational and physical therapy, developmental specialist, behavioral specialist and nutritional counseling. Services are delivered in the child's natural environment and are aimed at incorporating the family's normal daily routines. Parents and caregivers are taught strategies and techniques to meet the child's individual needs.CrawfordCrawford County Human Services - Main OfficeCrawford County Human Services
    Delaware County Intermediate Unit - Early Intervention Services - Delaware; MortonDCIU Preschool Special Education is designed to help children with special needs before they enter kindergarten. This service includes the following: Free screening and developmental assessments for children whose families, pediatricians, or others have concerns A multidisciplinary team of certified/licensed early interventionists assesses each child’s learning strengths and needs and makes recommendations about eligibility for special education programming An IEP (Individualized Education Plan) is developed for children found to be eligible for special education services DelawareDelaware County Intermediate Unit - Delaware; MortonDelaware County Intermediate Unit
    Department of Behavioral Health and Intellectual Disability Services - Intellectual Disability Services (IDS)Created under the Pennsylvania Mental Health and Mental Retardation Act of 1966, Intellectual Disability Services (IDS) plans, administers, monitors, and coordinates services for over 12,000 Philadelphia citizens with intellectual disabilities. Its mission is to create, promote, and enhance the supports and services available to individuals with intellectual disabilities. Services will foster choices, meaningful personal relationships, community participation, and dignity and respect as valued citizens. MRS achieves this mission by partnering with 70 care agencies to provide a broad range of supports and services including: -Supports Coordination (formerly known as Case Management) -Early Intervention Services (birth to 3 years of age) -In-home Supports and Respite Services -Employment and Adult Day Services -Community Living and Lifesharing Services Serving both adults and children, IDS provides a wide range of vital services that assist people with intellectual disabilities. These activities include: -Determining eligibility for individuals seeking services through the mental retardation system -Administering services and support for children and families using early intervention programs -At-home services, including respite care, therapies, and social and recreational services -Supporting people to live in supervised community homes and lifesharing arrangements -Employment and day services -Monitoring to ensure a focus on service outcomes, quality management, and accountability -Collaborating with the education, health, and child welfare system to serve children from birth to 21 yearsPhiladelphiaDepartment of Behavioral Health and Intellectual Disability - Philadelphia; Center CityDepartment of Behavioral Health and Intellectual Disability Services
    Developmental and Disability Services of Lebanon Valley - Early InterventionProvides early intervention services in the community for children under the age of 3. Services include speech therapy, occupational therapy, special instruction, and physical therapy. All services are one-to-one with the child. Service locations can include child's home, preschool, or other child care locations.LebanonDevelopmental and Disability Services of Lebanon ValleyDevelopmental and Disability Services of Lebanon Valley
    Devereux Pennsylvania - Children and Adults with Special NeedsDevereux has a continuum of care for children, adolescents and adults, ranging from residential and day treatment programs, community-based group homes, respite care programs, hospital inpatient and outpatient settings, partial hospitalization, transitional living arrangements, special education day schools. As well, Devereux offers family counseling and therapy, preventive and post-discharge services, after care programs, and vocational and pre-vocational training.MontgomeryDevereux Pennsylvania - Delaware; VillanovaDevereux Pennsylvania
    Devereux Pennsylvania - Children and Adults with Special Needs - Adult Service DivisionCampus and community homes and apartments offering respite, semi-independent living, supported living programs, and shared-living programs/lifesharing, vocational and employment services.ChesterDevereux Pa Adult Services DivisionDevereux Pennsylvania
    Devereux Pennsylvania - Children and Adults with Special Needs - Beneto CenterAcute and sub-acute psychiatric hospitalization, intensive and community-based residential treatment, special education day school programs, psychiatric services, school-based services and pre-vocational programs.ChesterDevereux Beneto CenterDevereux Pennsylvania
    Devereux Pennsylvania - Children and Adults with Special Needs - Children's Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities ServicesCampus and community based residential treatment, including specialized programs and schools for individuals with autism; sexual responsibility programs for males, special education programs including day school programs, treatment family program, community integration and employment programs.ChesterDevereux Children's Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities ServicesDevereux Pennsylvania
    Doylestown Early InterventionFamilies with infants and toddlers, age birth until 3 years, with developmental delays and disabilities can benefit from a states Early Intervention Program. This is a system of supports and network of parents, coordinators, service providers, and others to promote the natural learning opportunities that occur within the daily routines of a child and their family. Early intervention services can include special instruction (teacher), occupational therapy, physical therapy, speech and language therapy, feeding, asistive technology, audiology, nursing, nutrition, social work and behavioral health services.BucksDoylestown Office (Theraplay)Theraplay
    Doylestown Physical TherapyChildren and adolescents physical therapy addresses the development of gross motor skills including rolling, sitting, crawling, and walking as well as balance and coordination. Physical therapy rehabilitates musculoskeletal deficits occurring with physical disabilities, or after accidents, sports and orthopedic injuries and surgeries.BucksDoylestown Office (Theraplay)Theraplay
    Early Intervention for Children w/ DisabilitiesCentreStep-by-Step Early InterventionCen-Clear Child Services
    Early Intervention for Infants and Toddlers - Luzerne Wyoming County MHDS ServicesEarly Intervention consists of services and supports designed to help families with children who have developmental delays or disabilities. Ages infants to 2 years old. Early Intervention services can included: information about how children develop; parent or caregiver education; family supports; and developmental and instructional therapies. Early Intervention is individualized and provides supports to the child and family in the home or in the community.LuzerneLuzerne-Wyoming Counties Mental Health and Developmental ServicesLuzerne-Wyoming Counties Mental Health and Developmental Services
    Early Intervention-Infant Development Programhe Infant Development Program provides FREE early intervention services for children ages birth to five years of age. Available services are: Developmental Screenings and Evaluations Educational Instruction Speech and Language Therapy Occupational Therapy Physical Therapy Vision Therapy Hearing Therapy Family Serivces Parent Training Parent Support If your child has a disability or you have concerns about his/her development and would like to determine if they are progressing appropriately, please call: 570-748-3928 or contact us.ClintonEarly Intervention-Infant Development ProgramInfant Development Program
    Early Intervention - Monroe County - Carbon-Monroe-Pike Mental Health and Developmental ServicesConsists of services and supports designed to help families with children who have developmental delays. Services are open to infants and toddlers, birth to three, who have a developmental delay or diagnosis are eligible to receive services. Supports and services are provided at no cost to families. Services may include: information on how children develop skills and abilities; education and support for the parent/caregiver, and specific developmental therapies designed for their child.MonroeCarbon-Monroe-Pike Mental Health and Developmental Services - Monroe County OfficeCarbon-Monroe-Pike Mental Health and Developmental Services
    Early Intervention - Pike County - Carbon-Monroe-Pike Mental Health and Developmental ServicesConsists of services and supports designed to help families with children who have developmental delays. Services are open to infants and toddlers, birth to three, who have a developmental delay or diagnosis are eligible to receive services. Supports and services are provided at no cost to families. Services may include: information on how children develop skills and abilities; education and support for the parent/caregiver, and specific developmental therapies designed for their child.PikeCarbon-Monroe-Pike Mental Health and Developmental Services - Pike County OfficeCarbon-Monroe-Pike Mental Health and Developmental Services
    Early Intervention Preschool Program - Central Susquehanna Intermediate UnitOffers services based on the child’s educational needs, as well as the IEP team's recommendation. These services may be provided in the home, at a daycare or preschool facility, Head Start class, or other special placement. A child must exhibit a 25% delay in at least one or more of the following developmental domains in order to be eligible for services: Motor Cognition Communication Adaptive Social EmotionalNorthumberlandCentral Susquehanna Intermediate UnitCentral Susquehanna Intermediate Unit
    Early Intervention Services (EIS)Occupational Therapy: addresses eye-hand coordination , hand skills, play skills, self-care adapted skills such as feeding and dressing, and sensory processing including tolerance for touch and movement. The oocupational therapist helps the family address the area within family otings and activities. Physical Therapy: Therapist's are concerned with a child's gross motor skills and achievement of developmental milestones. Gross motor skills involve the coordinated movement of the large muscle groups to achieve functional movement. Some developmental mulestones include lifting the chest off the ground while lying on the stomach, rolling over, sitting, creeping on hands and knees, walking, etc. Speech-Language Therapy: Concerned with how a child understands his world and learning to interact and communicate with others. They may assess a variety of areas such as expressive communication (e.g. use of gestures, sounds, words, sentences, etc.) receptive language (understanding of what is said), articulation (sound production), voice(pitch,quality), and fluency(flow of words). They may also assess eating and drinking skills. Once therapy has begun, the caregiver and therapist will share information that best promotes development of communication skills and/or feeding skills. Comprehensive Autism Evaluations: Our evaluation process involves the use of the "gold standard" for diagnosing autism. The Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedules (ADOS) along with information received from treating therapists, daycares, and parents, and input from speech and occupational therapists all contribute to the evaluation process. A diagnosis of an ASD provides guidance for intervention and paves the way for prompt access to services and treatment approaches that are effective for children with autism. DauphinKeystone Children & Family Services - DauphinKeystone Human Services
    Early Intervention Services, Family-Child ResourcesEarly Intervention (EI) services are specialized services provided to families in York and Adams Counties with young children (ages birth to three years) who have or are at risk for developmental delay. Early Intervention Services are completely free for eligible young children and their families. This program, provided with funding from the York/Adams Mental Health/Mental Retardation Program, is designed to provide family training and therapeutic services to enhance the child's development according to the family's priorities. Services to eligible families: Developmental Therapy Physical Therapy Occupational Therapy Speech Therapy Feeding Services Behavior Management Infant Massage YorkFamily-Child ResourcesFamily-Child Resources
    Early Intervention Services, Penn Cares, Franklin County OfficeChildren born with a disability are entitled to interventions that can help prepare them for success, and like all children, thrive with stimulating activities and positive relationships. The following services are offered though this location: PennCares Early Intervention-Services for children from birth to three years of 
age who are evaluated and determined to have a 25% delay in any developmental area.
  • Physical therapy
  • Occupational therapy
  • Speech therapy
  • Developmental teaching by special instructors
  • Infant massage PennCares Child Development Group-A unique community-integrated group of children with special needs and typically developing children between 18 months and 4 years of age. Our child development group promotes belonging, participation, and engagement of young children with and without disabilities together, in inclusive settings. PennCares Preschools-Integrated preschools that allow young children with and without disabilities 
to play, develop, and learn together while promoting a sense of belonging for every child.
  • FranklinPennCares, Franklin County OfficePennCares
    Early Intervention Services, PennCares, Hanover OfficeChildren born with a disability are entitled to interventions that can help prepare them for success, and like all children, thrive with stimulating activities and positive relationships. The following services are offered though this location: PennCares EARLY INTERVENTION- Services for children from birth to three years of 
age who are evaluated and determined to have a 25% delay in any developmental area. •Physical therapy •Occupational therapy •Speech therapy •Developmental teaching by special instructors •Infant massage PennCares CHILD DEVELOPMENT GROUP- A unique community-integrated group of children with special needs and typically developing children between 18 months and 4 years of age. Our child development group promotes belonging, participation, and engagement of young children with and without disabilities together, in inclusive settings. PennCares PRESCHOOLS- Integrated preschools that allow young children with and without disabilities 
to play, develop, and learn together while promoting a sense of belonging for every child.YorkPennCares, Hanover OfficePennCares
    Early Intervention Services, PennCares, York OfficeChildren born with a disability are entitled to interventions that can help prepare them for success, and like all children, thrive with stimulating activities and positive relationships. The following services are offered though this location: PennCares EARLY INTERVENTION- Services for children from birth to three years of 
age who are evaluated and determined to have a 25% delay in any developmental area. •Physical therapy •Occupational therapy •Speech therapy •Developmental teaching by special instructors •Infant massage PennCares CHILD DEVELOPMENT GROUP- A unique community-integrated group of children with special needs and typically developing children between 18 months and 4 years of age. Our child development group promotes belonging, participation, and engagement of young children with and without disabilities together, in inclusive settings. PennCares PRESCHOOLS- Integrated preschools that allow young children with and without disabilities 
to play, develop, and learn together while promoting a sense of belonging for every child.YorkPennCares, York OfficePennCares
    Early Intervention Services - St. Joseph's CenterTeachers and/or therapists provide this service to infants and young children in their own home or in a day care setting. The family-based program is available to children living in Wayne, Lackawanna and Susquehanna counties. The process begins with evaluations. Program plans are then devised with input from county personnel, parents and Center staff. During scheduled sessions, the special-needs instructor/therapist works with the child and his or her family on routine-based activities that foster developmental growth.LackawannaEarly Intervention ServicesSt. Joseph's Center
    Early Intervention Services - United Cerebral Palsy of Northeastern PennsylvaniaFacility based integrated activities for children with and without disabilities as well as access of support services for children in their own communities. Lekotek and Compuplay, part of service offerings for children with disabilities, utilizes play strategies with adapted toys and computer software, respectively, to further a child’s developmental goals. LackawannaUnited Cerebral Palsy Home and Community ServicesUnited Cerebral Palsy of Northeastern Pennsylvania
    Early Intervention - Wayne County Behavioral and Developmental ProgramsProvides support and services to families with children, from birth to age five, with developmental delays and disabilities. Builds upon the natural learning opportunities that occur within the daily routines of a child and their family.WayneWayne County - Early InterventionWayne County Behavioral and Developmental Programs
    Eastern Pennsylvania Down Syndrome CenterProvides medical assessments and referrals to specialists for children and adolescents with Down Syndrome. Resource center provides the most-current information on Down syndrome and maintains a resource book with specific referrals for each county in the state. Provides training about caring for patients with Down Syndrome for pediatric and family medicine residents, therapists, nurses, and service providers. Also sponsors family social events and activities. LehighEastern Pennsylvania Down Syndrome CenterEastern Pennsylvania Down Syndrome Center
    Easterseals Eastern Pennsylvania - Early InterventionProvides critically needed services to children with disabilities or developmental delays from birth to age three.BerksEasterseals Eastern Pennsylvania - Berks DivisionEasterseals Eastern Pennsylvania - Eastern PA Administrative Office
    Easterseals Eastern Pennsylvania - Early InterventionProvides special instruction, behavioral services, occupational therapy, speech therapy, physical therapy, and vision services to children with developmental delays or disabilities ages birth to three. LehighEasterseals Eastern Pennsylvania - Lehigh Valley and Pocono DivisionEasterseals Eastern Pennsylvania - Eastern PA Administrative Office
    Easterseals Eastern Pennsylvania - Lehigh Valley DivisionProvides a wide range of services to support children and adults with developmental delays, disabilities and other special needs – and their families. Provides Early Intervention services for children starting at birth and provides free developmental screenings to ensure early identification of potential delays when it is most critical. Offers a broad selection of recreation, respite, camping and employment programs for children, teens and adults. Has expertise serving individuals with a wide-range of physical and cognitive disabilities, autism and other social, sensory and developmental delays. LehighEasterseals Eastern Pennsylvania - Lehigh Valley and Pocono DivisionEasterseals Eastern Pennsylvania - Eastern PA Administrative Office
    Easter Seals of Southeastern PA - Early InterventionEarly Intervention services provide home-based services, classroom program, individual physical occupational and speech therapies. Preschool comprehensive classroom based services are also provided which include educational and therapy components, for children three to five years of age.PhiladelphiaJoseph X. Yaffe Center (Philadelphia Division - HQ) - Philadelphia; Wynnefield HeightsEaster Seals of Southeastern PA
    Easter Seals of Southeastern PA - Early Intervention - BucksProviding services to increase the functional and cognitive skills of a child with disabilities. Referrals must be provided through Merakey or Lenape Valley to enroll in this program.BucksBucks County Division - LevittownEaster Seals of Southeastern PA
    Easter Seals of Southeastern PA - Early Intervention - ChesterEarly Intervention services provide parent/infant classes, home-based services, classroom program, individual physical occupational and speech therapies. Preschool comprehensive classroom based services are also provided which include educational and therapy components, for children three to five years of age.ChesterChester County Division - DowningtownEaster Seals of Southeastern PA
    Easter Seals of Southeastern PA - Early Intervention - DelawareEarly Intervention services provide parent/infant classes, home-based services, classroom program, individual physical occupational and speech therapies. Preschool comprehensive classroom based services are also provided which include educational and therapy components, for children three to five years of age.DelawareDelaware County Division - MediaEaster Seals of Southeastern PA
    Easter Seals of Southeastern PA - Early Intervention - MontgomeryProvides home-based services, classroom program, individual physical occupational and speech therapies. Inclusive preschool classroom based services are also provided which include educational and therapy components.MontgomeryMontgomery County Division - Kulpsville (Gresh Center)Easter Seals of Southeastern PA
    Easter Seals of Southeastern PA - Early Intervention - PhiladelphiaProvides parent/infant classes, home-based services, classroom program, individual physical occupational and speech therapies. Preschool comprehensive classroom based services are also provided which include educational and therapy components, for children three to five years of age.PhiladelphiaEarly Intervention Center - PhiladelphiaEaster Seals of Southeastern PA
    EBS Early Intervention ServicesServices offered include Speech-Language Pathology, Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, Psychology, Interpretation, Special Instruction / Developmental Therapy Behavioral Therapy and Social Work .ChesterEBS Early Intervention - Chester; West ChesterEBS Early Intervention
    ECD Connections - Early Intervention and Childhood ServicesProvides early intervention to children with developmental delays including individualized developmental therapies that assist in child development. Family and caregiver support and education are also available. A therapeutic center offers therapeutic modalities such as one on one and small group based speech, occcupational and physical therapies, behavior skills, sensory integration techniques, feeding skills support and theraplay groups available for ages birth to 5 years. Services to eligible individuals are free.MonroeECD ConnectionsECD Connections
    Elwyn - Early InterventionEarly Intervention provides services for infants and toddlers who show evidence of or are at risk for lags in physical, cognitive, language, speech and psycho-social development. Individual or group educational and therapeutic services are offered at either the Center or in the community depending on the identified needs of the child and family.DelawareElwyn - Philadelphia; Market StreetElwyn
    Erie County Care Management - Corry Office - Early InterventionProvides services for children who are developmentally delayed in one or more of the following areas: speech/language, gross/fine motor, cognition, self-help or social-emotional development. The program is responsible for intake, screening and service coordination activities. Each child and family will have access to a service coordinator who is responsible to develop and monitor service delivery of an Individual Family Service Plan for each child. This program serves as the single point of entry into the Erie County Early Intervention program.ErieErie County Care Management - Corry OfficeErie County Care Management
    Erie County Care Management - Erie Office - Early InterventionProvides services for children who are developmentally delayed in one or more of the following areas: speech/language, gross/fine motor, cognition, self-help or social-emotional development. The program is responsible for intake, screening and service coordination activities. Each child and family will have access to a service coordinator who is responsible to develop and monitor service delivery of an Individual Family Service Plan for each child. This program serves as the single point of entry into the Erie County Early Intervention program.ErieErie County Care Management - Erie OfficeErie County Care Management
    Erie County Department of Human Services - Office of Mental Health/Intellectual DisabilitiesProvides information and referral, 24 hour crisis, inpatient, outpatient, child/adolescent partial hospitalization consultation and education services, rehabilitation and training programs and residential programs.ErieErie County Department of Human Services - Office of Mental Health/Intellectual DisabilitiesErie County Department of Human Services
    Excentia Human Services - Early Childhood Services - Infant and ToddlerProvides therapy services in environments that are part of a child's daily routine, such as the home or day care. Address a variety of skill areas including physical, social, communication, cognitive, and adaptive.LancasterExcentia - Prince StreetExcentia Human Services
    Fayette County Behavioral Health Administration Early Intervention ServicesConducts general screening efforts to identify and treat individuals who have emerging developmental problems to help ensure the best possible prognosis.FayetteEarly Intervention ServicesFayette County Behavioral Health Administration
    Forest-Warren Human Services - Early InterventionThe Early Intervention Program provides services in six areas of development: Gross Motor, Fine Motor, Cognition, Self-Help, Social-Emotional, and Language. Services are provided in the home or community, focusing on family interaction and routines.WarrenForest-Warren Human ServicesForest-Warren Human Services
    Franklin/Fulton County Early InterventionFranklin/Fulton County Early Intervention Program is designed to provide specialized services for newborns to three (3) year old children in their natural environment to help them reach developmental milestones. Services are determined by a team that supports the child and the family through individualized plans that encourage progress and development in areas that may include motor development, communication skills, cognition and problem solving, play skills and/or socialization. ​FranklinFranklin/Fulton Mental Health(MH) /Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities (IDD)/Early Intervention (EI)Franklin County Human Services
    Good Shepherd Pediatric Outpatient Rehabilitation ServicesA comprehensive outpatient rehabilitation program that provides diagnostic, evaluative treatments and referral services for children up to 18 years old who have developmental delays or difficulties, learning problems or have physical disabilities or injuries requiring rehabilitation. Good Shepherd also has contracts to serve as a provider of Early Intervention Services for both Lehigh and Northampton counties for children up to three years old.LehighGood Shepherd Pediatric Outpatient Rehabilitation ServicesGood Shepherd Rehabilitation Network
    Greene County Human Services - Early InterventionProvides development services and supports to children who have a developmental delay or who are at risk for having a developmental delay. Evaluations may be offered to determine the need for services and supports such as special instruction, speech/language pthology, physical therapy, occupational therapy, nutrition support, hearing special instruction, and social work. Parent trainings, workshops, social, and networking opportunities are also available.GreeneChildren and Youth ServicesGreene County Human Services
    Green Tree School - Early InterventionServices include: Social skills - Play activities foster parallel and interactive play. Children learn skills which enable them to participate in a group. Field trips provide opportunities to interact with other children and adults outside of a specialized setting. Language development - The early intervention classroom stimulates children to express themselves through immersion in a language-based program. Learning activities foster the development of language skills and pre-reading skills. Self-help skills - Teachers use modeling, shaping, and other special techniques to assist the children in developing necessary life skills such as grooming, toileting, dressing, and eating. Psycho-motor skills - Games, toys and equipment are selected to provide a variety of opportunities for physical development and enhancement of the child's gross and fine motor skills. Creative expression - Art and music activities enrich the overall curriculum.PhiladelphiaGreen Tree School - Philadelphia; West Oak LaneGreen Tree School
    Guidance Center - Smethport Office - Early InterventionHome based education, speech therapy, physical therapy, occupational therapy, vision therapy, hearing therapy, nutrition, social work and behavioral support services.McKeanGuidance Center - Smethport OfficeGuidance Center
    Hall Mercer CMH/MRC - Developmental Disability Services for Children and AdultsProvides case management for children and adults.PhiladelphiaHall Mercer CMH/MRC - Philadelphia; Washington Square WestHall Mercer CMH/MRC
    HAP Enterprises - Tiny Tot Child Development Center -Early Intervention -BeaverOffers comprehensive early childhood education services to young children of all abilities through child care, preschool and early intervention programs. We have been providing preschool early intervention services since 1963 and infant/toddler early int BeaverChild DevelopmentHAP Enterprises
    Healthy Start Early Childhood Screening Program - Pocono Mountains United WayProvides free screenings for speech, language, motor skills, vision, and hearing. Recognizing the importance of detecting early development delays and connecting families with services to assist with these delays. MonroeCommunity OutreachPocono Mountains United Way
    Home Nursing Agency Early Intervention 400 Lakemont Park Boulevard Altoona OfficeWhen you choose Home Nursing Agency’s Early Intervention Services, our team approach focuses on helping you achieve what’s important to you, your child and your family. Through the sharing of information and expertise, we offer seamless coordination of your child’s services by providing all types of care. We offer the full range of services you may need for your child up to three-years-old, including: •Child Development Specialists – help you set goals and create learning opportunities throughout your child’s daily routines. •Occupational Therapists – support you in helping your child reach, grasp, play, and eat independently while helping you understand how babies respond to sight, sound, feel, taste, movement, and smell. •Physical Therapists – support you in helping your child with body strength and muscle control so he or she can learn to move, walk, and play. •Speech and Language Pathologists – teach strategies to promote the development of your child’s communication, understanding, and use of language. Speech and occupational therapists can also coordinate plans to address any concerns with your child’s eating/feeding issues. •Social Workers – provide support and counseling so your family can create the best environment to encourage your child’s growth and development. •Certified Infant Massage Therapist – teaches families how to use gentle touch to communicate with your child, and provide relaxation and relief.BlairHome Nursing Agency 400 Lakemont Park Boulevard Altoona PA OfficeHome Nursing Agency
    Huntingdon County PRIDE - Early Interventionprovides the following early intervention services: - Speech Therapy - Physical Therapy - Occupational Therapy - Special InstructionHuntingdonHuntingdon County PRIDE - ProgramHuntingdon County PRIDE
    In-Home Support Services, Penn Cares, Franklin County OfficePennCares offers a range of services for people with disabilities and their families, designed to help you to continue to live well in your community and have control of your life. This location is able to to provide the following services: •Penncares In-Home Care- For adults ages 18 years and up with physical disabilities, and adults ages 60 and up who need extra help due to aging, illness or injury. •Penncares non-skilled In-Home Caregivers help you gain and maintain new independence in essential activities of daily life. •PERSONAL HEALTH AND HYGIENE- Bathing, Dressing, Toileting, Mobility Assistance •HOME MANAGEMENT-Food Prep, Shopping & Errands, Light Housekeeping •COMPANIONSHIP-Socializing, Encouraging Engagement, Respite for Family Caregivers •PennCares Community Habilitation Services-For adults ages 21 and up with intellectual disabilities. PennCares Community Habilitation Services foster personal growth with goal-oriented activities to develop and enhance independent living, recreation, socialization and other life skills. FranklinPennCares, Franklin County OfficePennCares
    In-Home Support Services, PennCares, Hanover OfficePennCares offers a range of services for people with disabilities and their families, designed to help you to continue to live well in your community and have control of your life. This location is able to to provide the following services: •Penncares In-Home Care- For adults ages 18 years and up with physical disabilities, and adults ages 60 and up who need extra help due to aging, illness or injury. •Penncares non-skilled In-Home Caregivers help you gain and maintain new independence in essential activities of daily life. •PERSONAL HEALTH AND HYGIENE- Bathing, Dressing, Toileting, Mobility Assistance •HOME MANAGEMENT-Food Prep, Shopping & Errands, Light Housekeeping •COMPANIONSHIP-Socializing, Encouraging Engagement, Respite for Family Caregivers •PennCares Community Habilitation Services-For adults ages 21 and up with intellectual disabilities. PennCares Community Habilitation Services foster personal growth with goal-oriented activities to develop and enhance independent living, recreation, socialization and other life skills. YorkPennCares, Hanover OfficePennCares
    In-Home Support Services, PennCares, York OfficePennCares offers a range of services for people with disabilities and their families, designed to help you to continue to live well in your community and have control of your life. This location is able to to provide the following services: •Penncares In-Home Care- For adults ages 18 years and up with physical disabilities, and adults ages 60 and up who need extra help due to aging, illness or injury. •Penncares non-skilled In-Home Caregivers help you gain and maintain new independence in essential activities of daily life. •PERSONAL HEALTH AND HYGIENE- Bathing, Dressing, Toileting, Mobility Assistance •HOME MANAGEMENT-Food Prep, Shopping & Errands, Light Housekeeping •COMPANIONSHIP-Socializing, Encouraging Engagement, Respite for Family Caregivers •PennCares Community Habilitation Services-For adults ages 21 and up with intellectual disabilities. PennCares Community Habilitation Services foster personal growth with goal-oriented activities to develop and enhance independent living, recreation, socialization and other life skills. YorkPennCares, York OfficePennCares
    INVO Healthcare, Early Intervention Services, York and AdamsInvo Healthcare Early Intervention provides services to families of infants and toddlers age birth to 3 with developmental delays. The services are designed to support the family’s concerns by partnering to enhance a child’s development throughout daily routines in the home and in the community. Services include: Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, Speech Pathology, Special Instruction and Special Instruction BehaviorBucksINVO Healthcare, Early Intervention Services, York and AdamsINVO Healthcare Associates llc
    Kardon Institute for Arts Therapy - Early InterventionAllows parents to be involved in early arts interventions for their infants and toddlers with special needs, along with typically developing children. Action and purposeful movement in a relational context appear to be the building blocks of developmental change and are of relevance for cognitive change. In this case, the structure is musical and has the advantage of flexibility. The capabilities of each child, no matter how limited, are brought into the mutual realm of musical relationship with the parent and therapist, are open to variety and, thereby, development. Music has demonstrated success with this population in facilitating socialization, self-expression and language development.PhiladelphiaKardon Institute for Arts Therapy - Philadelphia; Northeast PhiladelphiaKardon Institute for Arts Therapy
    Ken-Crest Centers - Early InterventionProvides services for infants and toddlers who show evidence of or are at risk for lags in physical, cognitive, language, speech and psycho-social development. Services may be community-based or home-based, depending on the needs.
    All educational, diagnostic and therapeutic services, as well as transportation, are provided under an individualized plan, which is reviewed as needed. Parents participate fully in the development and implementation of the plans. Ken-Crest's services are funded by public funds and private grants and are without cost to the family. A City of Philadelphia Office of Mental Health/Mental Retardation program.
    MontgomeryKen-Crest Centers Administrative Office - Montgomery; Plymouth MeetingKen-Crest Centers
    Ken-Crest Centers - Early Intervention - Infant/Toddler Services and Support CenterProvides services for infants and toddlers who show evidence of or are at risk for lags in physical, cognitive, language, speech and psycho-social development. Services may be community-based or home-based, depending on the needs.
    All educational, diagnostic and therapeutic services, as well as transportation, are provided under an individualized plan, which is reviewed as needed. Parents participate fully in the development and implementation of the plans. Ken-Crest's services are funded by public funds and private grants and are without cost to the family. A City of Philadelphia Office of Mental Health/Mental Retardation program.
    PhiladelphiaInfant/Toddler Services and Support Center (Ken-Crest Centers)Ken-Crest Centers
    Ken-Crest Centers - Early Intervention - KensingtonProvides services for infants and toddlers who show evidence of or are at risk for lags in physical, cognitive, language, speech and psycho-social development. Services may be community-based or home-based, depending on the needs.
    All educational, diagnostic and therapeutic services, as well as transportation, are provided under an individualized plan, which is reviewed as needed. Parents participate fully in the development and implementation of the plans. Ken-Crest's services are funded by public funds and private grants and are without cost to the family. A City of Philadelphia Office of Mental Health/Mental Retardation program.
    PhiladelphiaKensington Center (Ken-Crest Centers)Ken-Crest Centers
    Ken-Crest Centers - Early Intervention - LehighProvides services for infants and toddlers who show evidence of or are at risk for lags in physical, cognitive, language, speech and psycho-social development. Services may be community-based or home-based, depending on the needs.
    All educational, diagnostic and therapeutic services, as well as transportation, are provided under an individualized plan, which is reviewed as needed. Parents participate fully in the development and implementation of the plans. Ken-Crest's services are funded by public funds and private grants and are without cost to the family. A City of Philadelphia Office of Mental Health/Mental Retardation program.
    PhiladelphiaLehigh Center (Ken-Crest Centers)Ken-Crest Centers
    Ken-Crest Centers - Early Intervention - NorthProvides services for infants and toddlers who show evidence of or are at risk for lags in physical, cognitive, language, speech and psycho-social development. Services may be community-based or home-based, depending on the needs.
    All educational, diagnostic and therapeutic services, as well as transportation, are provided under an individualized plan, which is reviewed as needed. Parents participate fully in the development and implementation of the plans. Ken-Crest's services are funded by public funds and private grants and are without cost to the family. A City of Philadelphia Office of Mental Health/Mental Retardation program.
    PhiladelphiaNorth CenterKen-Crest Centers
    Ken-Crest Centers - Early Intervention - NortheastProvides services for infants and toddlers who show evidence of or are at risk for lags in physical, cognitive, language, speech and psycho-social development. Services may be community-based or home-based, depending on the needs.
    All educational, diagnostic and therapeutic services, as well as transportation, are provided under an individualized plan, which is reviewed as needed. Parents participate fully in the development and implementation of the plans. Ken-Crest's services are funded by public funds and private grants and are without cost to the family. A City of Philadelphia Office of Mental Health/Mental Retardation program.
    PhiladelphiaNortheast Center (Ken-Crest Centers)Ken-Crest Centers
    Ken-Crest Centers - Early Intervention - Redeemer Child Development CenterProvides services for infants and toddlers who show evidence of or are at risk for lags in physical, cognitive, language, speech and psycho-social development. Services may be community-based or home-based, depending on the needs.
    All educational, diagnostic and therapeutic services, as well as transportation, are provided under an individualized plan, which is reviewed as needed. Parents participate fully in the development and implementation of the plans. Ken-Crest's services are funded by public funds and private grants and are without cost to the family. A City of Philadelphia Office of Mental Health/Mental Retardation program.
    PhiladelphiaRedeemer Child Development Center (Ken-Crest Centers)Ken-Crest Centers
    Ken-Crest Centers - Early Intervention - RoxboroughProvides services for infants and toddlers who show evidence of or are at risk for lags in physical, cognitive, language, speech and psycho-social development. Services may be community-based or home-based, depending on the needs.
    All educational, diagnostic and therapeutic services, as well as transportation, are provided under an individualized plan, which is reviewed as needed. Parents participate fully in the development and implementation of the plans. Ken-Crest's services are funded by public funds and private grants and are without cost to the family. A City of Philadelphia Office of Mental Health/Mental Retardation program.
    PhiladelphiaRoxborough Center (Ken-Crest Centers)Ken-Crest Centers
    Ken-Crest Centers - Early Intervention - SouthProvides services for infants and toddlers who show evidence of or are at risk for lags in physical, cognitive, language, speech and psycho-social development. Services may be community-based or home-based, depending on the needs.
    All educational, diagnostic and therapeutic services, as well as transportation, are provided under an individualized plan, which is reviewed as needed. Parents participate fully in the development and implementation of the plans. Ken-Crest's services are funded by public funds and private grants and are without cost to the family. A City of Philadelphia Office of Mental Health/Mental Retardation program.
    PhiladelphiaSouth Center (Ken-Crest Centers)Ken-Crest Centers
    Ken-Crest Centers - Early Intervention - WestProvides services for infants and toddlers who show evidence of or are at risk for lags in physical, cognitive, language, speech and psycho-social development. Services may be community-based or home-based, depending on the needs.
    All educational, diagnostic and therapeutic services, as well as transportation, are provided under an individualized plan, which is reviewed as needed. Parents participate fully in the development and implementation of the plans. Ken-Crest's services are funded by public funds and private grants and are without cost to the family. A City of Philadelphia Office of Mental Health/Mental Retardation program.
    PhiladelphiaWest Center (Ken-Crest Centers)Ken-Crest Centers
    Lancaster County BH/DS - Early Intervention UnitEarly Intervention is an entitlement program for children from birth to 3 years, who have a developmental delay of 25% or more in one or more of the major areas of development (physical, sensory, cognitive, language/speech, social-emotional and self-care). At-risk children, including infants affected by premature birth, alcohol, drugs or lead poisoning and infants who have been abused or neglected are eligible for services. An entitlement program means that any eligible child, regardless of financial status, is entitled to receive services. Services include, among others, family training, speech therapy, physical therapy, occupational therapy and assessment which are coordinated by Support Coordinators.LancasterLancaster County BH/DS - Government CenterLancaster County Behavioral Health and Developmental Services
    Lancaster-Lebanon IU13 - Early Intervention/Early Intervention EducationRegistration Date: Open Registration Fee: None Months of Operation: Year-round Tuition: None Sibling Discount: None Scholarships: None Additional Day Care: None Additional Education: Various parent programs Notes: Provides special education programs for students with disabilities from ages 3-5 years who have: developmental delays, physical disabilities, vision and/or hearing impairments, speech or language impairments, autism or mental retardation. Services are offered at various locations throughout Lancaster and Lebanon counties. A full evaluation is required to determine eligibility for services. LancasterLancaster-Lebanon IU13Lancaster-Lebanon Intermediate Unit 13
    LCARC - Early InterventionThis program is provided for developmentally delayed children, ages birth to three, and is designed to teach parents how to address a child's delays in their natural environment. Speech and physical therapy as well as O.T. are also provided.LawrenceLCARCLawrence County Association for Responsible Care (LCARC)
    Lebanon County MH/ID/EI - Early Intervention ProgramProvides funding and administrative oversight for services in community for children from birth to age 3 who have developmental delay or are at risk for developmental delay. Services include special instruction, speech therapy, physical therapy, ocuupational therapy, or other family-centered services to promote child development. Services provides in home or a day care setting.LebanonLebanon County Mental Health/Intellectual Disability/Early Intervention Program (MH/ID/EI)Lebanon County Mental Health/Intellectual Disability/Early Intervention Program (MHIDEI)
    Lehigh County Early InterventionProvides services and support to assist families with children who have developmental disabilities.LehighLehigh County Early InterventionLehigh County Early Intervention
    Lenape Valley Foundation - Behavioral Health Rehabilitation Services (BHRS)Behavioral Health Rehabilitation Services (BHRS) provides therapeutic and behavioral treatment interventions for children between the ages of 0 - 21 years of age. All services, with the exception of the evaluation process, are provided in the home and community. Community settings include: - School - Day Programs - After School Programs - CampsBucksLenape Valley Foundation - Bucks; DoylestownLenape Valley Foundation
    Lenape Valley Foundation - Early Intervention ServicesEarly Intervention Services provides supports and services to infants/toddlers and young children with disabilities and caregivers so that the child receives the help needed in order to properly grow and develop. Early intervention support and services are embedded within learning opportunities that exist in the child's typical routines, within the home and community activities and or early education programs. Early intervention supports and services build on the existing family, community, and early education resources. Early intervention personnel work collaboratively with the family and each other to provide coordinated, flexible, early intervention supports and services.BucksLenape Valley Foundation - Bucks; DoylestownLenape Valley Foundation
    LifePath - BuxMont - Early Intervention ProgramProvides services and support to help families with children who have developmental delays. Assists with physical development, vision, hearing, cognitive development, social, emotional development and adaptive developmentBucksLifePath - BuxMontLifePath
    LifePath - Early InterventionEarly intervention program provides individualized, in-home instruction for young children with disabilities or delays. NorthamptonLifePath - Lehigh ValleyLifePath
    LifePath, Inc - Early InterventionOur program provides special instruction, physical therapy, speech therapy, occupational therapy, and vision & hearing services.LifePath, Inc.LifePath
    Lifesteps, Inc. - Child Check Developmental ScreeningDevelopmental/Autism Screening for children from birth to 5 years old. The child's development is evaluated in areas such as talking, seeing, hearing, moving, thinking, and personal social skills, and results are discussed with the parents. Autism screening is also available for children 18 months to five years of age by request or referral. Outreach/education such as referrals and information on community resources is also provided to parents, caregivers, teachers, etc. for support.ButlerLifesteps - Family ServicesLifesteps
    LIU12, Franklin, Early Intervention Preschool Evaluation ServicesEarly Intervention (EI) consists of services and supports designed to help families with children who have developmental delays. While all children grow and change at their own rate, some children can experience delays in their development. Sometimes this can be cause for concern. At Lincoln Intermediate Unit 12, a diagnostic preschool evaluation team is available to provide evaluations for your child. Evaluation offered are for: Cognitive (thinking and understanding), Speech Language, Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, Audiology, and educational Hearing and Visual Functioning Mobility (not medical testing) From these evaluations, the appropriate special education services can be provided to help your child grow and develop. FranklinLincoln Intermediate Unit 12 (LIU12), Franklin CountyLincoln Intermediate Unit 12
    LIU12, York, Early Intervention Preschool Evaluation ServicesEarly Intervention (EI) consists of services and supports designed to help families with children who have developmental delays. While all children grow and change at their own rate, some children can experience delays in their development. Sometimes this can be cause for concern. At Lincoln Intermediate Unit 12, a diagnostic preschool evaluation team is available to provide evaluations for your child. Evaluation offered are for: Cognitive (thinking and understanding), Speech Language, Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, Audiology, and educational Hearing and Visual Functioning Mobility (not medical testing) From these evaluations, the appropriate special education services can be provided to help your child grow and develop. YorkLincoln Intermediate Unit 12 (LIU12), York CountyLincoln Intermediate Unit 12
    Lycoming/Clinton MH/ID - Early Intervention Services - Williamsport OfficeProgram for children birth to 3-years-old who have been identified with special needs and meet the eligibility requirements. Designed to help families better meet the needs of their child. Through a family training model, services are provided in the child’s natural environment with the active participation of their parents and other caregivers. These services can include: home-based instruction, physical, occupational and speech therapies, case management services, and tracking/monitoring a child’s development.LycomingLycoming/Clinton Mental Health/Intellectual Disabilities Program(MH/ID) - Williamsport OfficeLycoming/Clinton Joinder Board
    Merakey - Early Intervention - BensalemProvides case management services for children with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Works with families to obtain assessments and therapies.BucksMerakey Innovative Care and Education Solutions - Bucks CountyMerakey Innovative Care and Education Solutions
    Mercer County Assistance Office - Early Intervention Services - MercerProvides support and services to families with children birth to age five, who have developmental delays and disabilities Supports services and resources for children that enhance daily opportunities for learning provided in settings where a child would be if he/she did not have a developmental delay and disability. Provides families’ independence and competencies. Respects families’ strengths, values and diversity. MercerMercer County Assistance OfficePennsylvania Department of Human Services
    Mercer County Behavioral Health Commission Inc. - Early Intervention Service CoordinationHelps families with children who have developmental delays from birth to 3 years old.MercerCase Management ServicesMercer County Behavioral Health Commission
    Montgomery County Offices - Early Intervention ProgramThe Early Intervention program provides support and services to families with children, from birth to age five, with developmental delays and disabilities. Early Intervention builds upon the natural learning opportunities that occur within the daily routines of a child and their family. Early Intervention: Supports services and resources for children that enhance daily opportunities for learning provided in settings where a child would be if he/she did not have a developmental delay and disability. Provides families' independence and competencies. Respects families' strengths, values and diversity. Early Intervention supports and services are designed to meet the developmental needs of children with a disability as well as the needs of the family related to enhancing the child's development in one or more of the following areas: Physical development, including vision and hearing Cognitive development Communication development Social or emotional development Adaptive developmentMontgomeryOffice of Early Intervention ServicesMontgomery County Offices
    Newtown Early InterventionFamilies with infants and toddlers, age birth until 3 years, with developmental delays and disabilities can benefit from a states Early Intervention Program. This is a system of supports and network or parents, coordinators, service providers, and other to promote the natural learning opportunities that occur within the daily routines of a child and their family. Early intervention services can include special instruction (teacher), occupational therapy, physical therapy, speech and language therapy, feeding, assistive technology, audiology, nursing, nutrition, social work and behavioral health sciences.BucksNewtown Center Office (Theraplay)Theraplay
    Next Step TherapyHome based Intervention services for children birth to 3, Outpatient Pediatric clinic for children ages birth to 18. Adult Speech Therapy also offered.VenangoNext Step TherapyNext Step Therapy
    Northampton County Early InterventionDesigned to meet the developmental needs of children from birth to 3 years old with a developmental delay or disability as well as the needs of the family related to enhancing the child’s development. Provided at no cost to families and is designed as a family centered approach. Supports and services to families and their children are individually based upon strengths, concerns, and priorities of families and their child’s needs. Services should be conducted in the child’s natural environment. Also assist families to access many community services and supports in their local area.NorthamptonNorthampton County Early InterventionNorthampton County Mental Health/Early Intervention/Developmental Programs
    Northeast Community Center for Behavioral Health - Early Intervention ServicesServices include: Preschool Services Preschool Special Education Center Based Services: Community Based Services Hearing Loss ServicesPhiladelphiaNortheast Community Center for Behavioral Health - Philadelphia; Northeast PhiladelphiaNortheast Community Center for Behavioral Health
    North Star Support Services- Early InterventionServices and supports designed to help families with children from birth to age 3 who have developmental delays or conditions which have a high probability of delays.BlairNorth Star Support Services- Altoona LocationNorth Star Support Services
    Northumberland County Behavioral Health/Intellectual and Developmental Services - Early InterventionServices and support are designed to help families that have children, age birth through three, with developmental delays. It builds upon natural learning that occurs during the child’s typical day. Staff creates opportunities for parents and children to come together for fun and learning, a place where they can have fun, get messy, and learn by touching, feeling, singing, and moving. In fact, many of our services can be provided wherever the child or family is experiencing difficulty such as daycare, grocery store, during mealtimes etc. Services are free to families regardless of insurance and income.NorthumberlandNorthumberland County Behavioral Health/Intellectual and Developmental ServicesNorthumberland County Behavioral Health/Intellectual and Developmenmtal Services
    Pathways - Early Intervention - Fayette CountyPathways of Southwestern Pa Early Intervention Fayette County provides developmental services to children and their families who live within Fayette County.FayetteEarly InterventionPathways of Southwestern Pennsylvania
    Pathways - Early Intervention Greene CountyOffers support and services designed to assist families with infants and toddlers (birth through age three), with special needs, to promote the development of their child.GreeneEarly InterventionPathways of Southwestern Pennsylvania
    Pathways - Early Intervention Washington CountyOffers support and services designed to assist families with infants and toddlers (birth through age three), with special needs, to promote the development of their child.WashingtonEarly InterventionPathways of Southwestern Pennsylvania
    Pathways - Early Intervention Westmoreland CountyOffers support and services designed to assist families with infants and toddlers (birth through age three), with special needs, to promote the development of their child.WestmorelandEarly InterventionPathways of Southwestern Pennsylvania
    Penn Foundation - Early Intervention ServicesServices are designed to support families with children ages birth to three who have 25% or higher developmental delays. Services are provided in the child's home, daycare center, or other settings familiar to the family.BucksPenn Foundation - Bucks; SellersvillePenn Foundation
    Pennsylvania Department of Education - Early InterventionAssists children with developmental concerns in early education settings.MercerPennsylvania Department of EducationPennsylvania Department of Education
    Philadelphia HUNE - Adult and Children ServicesWhat We Do: Provide training sessions for parents of children with disabilities on all aspects of special education, including the Federal Laws (IDEA and NCLB) and the State Law (PA Regulations and Standards) in order to ensure that their children receive a Free Appropriate Public Education. Train parents individually on how to access information on education, disabilities and resources available regarding children with disabilities through on-line services. HUNE assists parents of exceptional children to: - Understand the nature of their children's disabilities and their educational and developmental needs. - Communicate effectively with personnel responsible for providing special education, early intervention, transition and related services. - Participate in the decision making process, the development of the Individualized Education Program (IEP), and the Individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP). - Obtain appropriate information about the range of options, programs, services and resources available to assist exceptional children and their families. - Understand the availability of, and how to effectively use procedural safeguards under the Individual with Disabilities Act (IDEA) including encouraging the use of, and explaining the benefits of alternative methods of dispute resolution, such as mediation. - Understand the provision of IDEA for the education of early intervention services to exceptional children. - Participate in school reform activities. Negotiate for increased availability of interpreters and the development and dissemination of special education forms in Spanish.PhiladelphiaPhiladelphia HUNE, Inc. - Philadelphia; West KensingtonPhiladelphia HUNE
    Philhaven - Center for Autism & Developmental DisabilitiesBehavioral health program focusing on the diagnosis and treatment of behavioral social and emotional problems in individuals with developmental disorders. Services include: - Diagnosis/Evaluation - Treatment - Team Approach - Individual and family counseling - Medication management - Behavioral Health Rehabilitation Services (BHRS) - Psychotherapy - Anger management - Summer Therapeutic Activities Program (STAP) - Early Intervention fast track 0-3 yearsLancasterCenter for Autism & Developmental DisabilitiesWellSpan Philhaven Behavioral Healthcare Services
    PinnacleHealth Home CarePinnacleHealth's skilled care team includes a variety of healthcare professionals, such as: Registered Nurses, Physical Therapists, Speech Therapists, Occupational Therapists, Home Health Aides and Nutritionists.DauphinPinnacleHealth Home CarePinnacleHealth
    Preschool ProgramDevelopmental assessment and early intervention services for eligible children in the areas of communication, behavior skills, motor skills, and general development.CumberlandCapital Area Intermediate UnitCapital Area Intermediate Unit
    Pressley Ridge - Center for AutismProvides intensive behavioral interventions for children ages 1.5 - 15 diagnosed with Autism/PDD. Offers an array of services for children and families to meet their growing needs; social skills opportunities continue to expand.AlleghenyPressley Ridge - PittsburghPressley Ridge
    Professional Family Care Services Early InterventionIdentifies infants, toddlers and preschoolers who show evidence of or are at risk for lags in physical development, cognitive development, language and speech development, psychosocial development or self-help skills, and provide or coordinate the delivery of an enrichment program to meet their current developmental needsCambriaPFCS Early InterventionProfessional Family Care Services
    Project ConnectAn early intervention program providing educational programs and services to preschool children with or at risk for developmental delays. Early Intervention Services may include identification, screening and assessment, speech pathology and audiology, special instruction, occupational therapy and physical therapy and family trainings.LehighCarbon Lehigh Intermediate Unit 21Carbon Lehigh Intermediate Unit 21
    Public Health Management Corporation - ChildLink of PhiladelphiaProvides early intervention services for children from birth to age three with developmental delays and or disabilities who reside in Philadelphia. - Arrange for evaluations to determine if a child is eligible for early intervention services. - Develop an IFSP to meet the individual needs of eligible children and their families. - Coordinate and obtain early intervention supports and services needed by eligible children and their families. - Monitor supports and services and facilitate reviews and changes to the IFSP. - Assist eligible children to transition at age three to pre-school early intervention and/or other community and specialized supports and services. - Monitor children until age three for their development if they are at-risk for a developmental delay due to medical or environmental factors. Early intervention services include, but are not limited to: -Service Coordination -Special Instruction -Speech and Language Therapy -Physical Therapy -Occupational Therapy -Social Work Services -Psychological Services -Hearing Services for the deaf and children with hearing loss -Vision services -Nutrition servicesPhiladelphiaPublic Health Management Corporation - Philadelphia; Center CityPublic Health Management Corporation
    Quakertown Early InterventionFamilies with infants and toddlers, age birth until 3 years, with developmental delays and disabilities can benefit from a states Early Intervention Program. This is a system of supports and network or partners, coordinators, service providers, and others to promote the natural learning opportunities that occur within the daily routines of a child and their family. Early intervention services can include special instruction (teacher), occupational therapy, physical therapy, speech and language therapy, feeding, assistive technology, audiology, nursing, nutrition, social work and behavioral health services.BucksQuakertown Office (Theraplay)Theraplay
    Quest Therapeutic Services - Early Intervention ProgramQuest Therapeutic Services is uniquely qualified in identifying and treating children from birth to age three who have developmental delays, or the potential for developmental delay. Our Early Intervention Program supports children and their families through coordinated multidisciplinary care that involves combinations of physical, occupational, and speech therapy, as well as specialized instructors. These services take place in the child’s home or community. Quest therapists develop partnerships with families that allow for open communication, trust, shared responsibility, and mutual respect. They strive to offer their resources to strengthen and support the family as a unit to enhance the child’s growth and acquisition of skills. Supports and services are activity oriented and based on the interests and enjoyment of the child. Benefits of Early Intervention The early childhood years present a singular opportunity to influence lifelong development and prevent or minimize developmental problems. Timely intervention can: - Increase the developmental gains for your child - Improve parents’ knowledge and abilities - Boost coping skills and confidence in your child and yourself - Enhance the quality of life for your family Services are contracted through Chester County Mental Health/Individuals with Developmental Disabilities. If you have concerns regarding your child’s development from birth to 3 years old, contact the Chester County Service Coordination Unit at 610-344-5948 or visit their website at www.chesco.org/mhmrChester*Main Site (Quest Therapeutic Services)Quest Therapeutic Services
    Quinn Developmental Services - Individualized Case Consulting- Therapy for all severity levels of behavior and/or learning - whether problematic behavior and/or skill/education deficits - Cases begin with our comprehensive and objective assessment - to include a Functional Behavior Assessment (FBA) - Follow up therapy /teaching takes place in the child's settings - home, school, playground, church, etc. - Case programming is customized and continuously adjusted to the client's specific needs - applying the use of research proven Applied Behavior Analysis (Behavioral Science) methodologies to include: Verbal behavior (VB) in home / school, Discrete Trial Training (sometimes incorrectly referred to as ABA), play therapy, Floor Time, PECS, social interaction, etc. - Case supervision and hands-on support is provided by our expert field team - Behavior Analysts (Graduate Degrees in such and/or Board Certified), Behavior Specialists, and Field Specialists (to include Special Education Teachers)MontgomeryQuinn Developmental Service - Montgomery; AmblerQuinn Developmental Services
    Ramsey Educational Development Institute - Early Intervention ProgramProvides EI services to children who have developmental disabilities from birth through three-years-old.MontgomeryRamsey Educational Development Institute, Inc. - Montgomery; NorristownRamsey Educational Development Institute
    Ready to LearnR2L works with many community partners to promote quality early learning by collaborating and communicating with partners; provides education and outreach to parents of small children and supporting school readiness/transition activities.AdamsUnited Way of Adams CountyUnited Way of Adams County
    RHD Children’s Services - Early InterventionRHD/Early Intervention is a non-profit program that provides early intervention services to children from birth to three years of age and their families. Families are offered therapeutic services in addition to home-based or community-based special instruction. Early Interventionists work in collaboration with the families to develop goals to enhance the child’s development. Our program stresses the importance of family and their involvement in the child’s development.PhiladelphiaResources for Human Development - Philadelphia; East FallsResources for Human Development
    Right Start Children's ServicesEarly Intervention provider agency. Provides Pediatric Therapy Services. Assessed need for therapy services.BerksRight Start Children's ServicesRight Start Children's Services
    Riverview Intermediate Unit #6School readiness program, classroom based intervention for developmental delaysClarionRiverview Intermediate Unit #6Riverview Intermediate Unit #6
    Safe Harbor Behavioral Health of UPMC Hamot - Early InterventionEarly Interventions services are provided to help to meet the needs of infants and toddlers who may be at risk for developmental delays. The program is a family-centered approach to arranging services for the child while helping parents understand and enhance their child's development.ErieSafe Harbor Behavioral Health of UPMC Hamot - Main OfficeSafe Harbor Behavioral Health of UPMC Hamot
    Seneca Highlands Intermediate Unit 9: Infant Toddler Early InterventionServices may include screenings, evaluations, and developmental services according to the child's needs. Services are provided in the child's home or other natural environment. Parents are provided with information and resources as requested.McKeanSeneca Highlands Intermediate Unit 9: Infant Toddler Early InterventionSeneca Highlands Intermediate Unit 9
    Seneca Highlands Intermediate Unit 9: Preschool Early Intervention OfficeServices are provided in the child's least restrictive environment (LRE) and may include: specialized instruction, hearing support, vision support, speech/language support, occupational therapy, physical therapy, and transportation. Services are determined by the child's (IEP) team.McKeanSeneca Highlands Intermediate Unit 9: Preschool Early Intervention OfficeSeneca Highlands Intermediate Unit 9
    Service Access and Management - Early InterventionHome and community based services and supports are provided to families with infants and toddlers to maximize the child's developmental potential and can assist the family in helping the child develop and grow. Service planning and service delivery is founded on a partnership between families and early intervention personnel, which is focused on meeting the unique needs of the child and family.BerksService Access and Management - BerksService Access and Management - Headquarters
    Service Access and Management Inc. - Schuylkill - Early InterventionEarly Intervention is an entitlement program for children from birth to 3 years, who have a developmental delay of 25% or more in one or more of the major areas of development (physical, sensory, cognitive, language/speech, social-emotional and self-care). At-risk children, including infants affected by premature birth, alcohol, drugs or lead poisoning and infants who have been abused or neglected are eligible for services. An entitlement program means that any eligible child, regardless of financial status, is entitled to receive services. Services include, among others, family training, speech therapy, physical therapy, occupational therapy and assessment which are coordinated by Support Coordinators.SchuylkillService Access and Management Inc. - SchuylkillService Access and Management - Headquarters
    Speaking From the Heart - Early Intervention Speech TherapyProvides speech and language therapy services in the client's home. Expressive language, receptive language, articulation, and caregiver education.ChesterSPEAKING FROM THE HEARTSpeaking From the Heart
    Step By Step - Lehigh Valley RegionProvides community support services to children and adults with mental illness, intellectual disabilities and autism. Services include children's behavioral rehabilitation, residential rehabilitation, adult day programs, dual diagnosis outpatient treatment, case management, supported employment and supported housing services. NorthamptonStep By Step - Lehigh Valley RegionStep By Step, Inc.
    Sunny Days Early Development ServicesProvides a full range of services including physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, and social services designed for early childhood intervention. Provides all necessary services including evaluations and IFSP to individuals of all developmental levels ages 0-3. Provides services in the child's home, pre-school, school, day care, or other community settings. Also provides pediatric home care for children up to 18 years of age.DelawareSunny Days Early Childhood Developmental Service - HavertownSunny Days Early Childhood Developmental Service
    The Arc Alliance Advocacy Services - Children's Services - EaglevilleProvides early intervention services (special education, speech and language therapy, occupational therapy and physical therapy) to children ages birth to three in their natural environments through a parent/caregiver training/coaching model.MontgomeryThe Arc Alliance Advocacy ServicesThe Arc Alliance Advocacy Services
    The Arc Alliance, Early Intervention Developmental ServicesHome and community based special instruction, occupational therapy, physical therapy, speech pathology, nutrition, vision, hearing and behavioral services.MontgomeryThe Arc Alliance Children's ServicesThe Arc Alliance Children's Services
    The Early Learning Institute Penn Center East / Harmony Learning CenterPreschools for children of all abilities, ages two to five. Day care and before/after school care are also available for children twelve months to young school age.AlleghenyThe Early Learning InstituteThe Early Learning Institute
    The Network For Behavior Change - Community Mental Health AgencyProvides in-home and in-school behavior support for children, including diagnostic psychological evaluations, Therapeutic Staff Support (TSS), Mobile Therapy (MT) and Behavior Specialist Consultant (BSC) services. All services are delivered in the child's home, school or community.ChesterBehavioral Health Rehabilitation ServicesNetwork For Behavior Change
    Theraplay - Bensalem Intervention ServicesFamilies with infants and toddlers ages birth until 3 years with developmental delays and disabilities can benefit from a state's early intervention program. This is a system of supports and network of parents, coordinators, service providers, and others to promote the natural learning opportunities that occur within the daily routines of a child and their family. Early intervention services can include special instruction (teacher), occupational therapy, physical therapy, speech and language therapy, feeding, assistive technology, audiology, nursing, social work , and behavioral therapyBucksBensalem Office (Theraplay)Theraplay
    Theraplay - Bensalem Physical TherapyChildren and adolescents physical therapy addresses the development of gross motor skills including rolling, sitting, crawling, and walking as well as balance and coordination. Physical therapy rehabilitates musculoskeletal deficits occurring with physical disabilities, or after accidents, sports and orthopedic injuries and surgeries.BucksBensalem Office (Theraplay)Theraplay
    Theraplay - Early InterventionProvides "routine-based" services that support the child’s developmental needs in their home and community. Targets problem-solving, language development, motor skills, and social/emotional development, and self-care (eating, dressing, sleeping, using toilet). Chester*Main Site (West Chester Office) (Theraplay)Theraplay
    Theraplay - Early Intervention - BroomallProvides "routine-based" services that support the child’s developmental needs in their home and community. Targets problem-solving, language development, motor skills, social/emotional development, and self-care (eating, dressing, sleeping, using toilet). DelawareBroomall Office (Theraplay)Theraplay
    Theraplay - Early Intervention - HorshamProvides "routine-based" services that support the child’s developmental needs in their home and community. Targets problem-solving, language development, motor skills, and social/emotional development, and self-care (eating, dressing, sleeping, using toilet). MontgomeryHorsham Office (Theraplay)Theraplay
    Theraplay - Early Intervention - LandenbergProvides "routine-based" services that support the child’s developmental needs in their home and community. Targets problem-solving, language development, motor skills, and social/emotional development, and self-care (eating, dressing, sleeping, using toilet). ChesterLandenberg (Theraplay)Theraplay
    Theraplay - Early Intervention - LimerickProvides "routine-based" services that support the child’s developmental needs in their home and community. Targets problem-solving, language development, motor skills, and social/emotional development, and self-care (eating, dressing, sleeping, using toilet). MontgomeryLimerick Office (Theraplay)Theraplay
    Tioga County Department of Human Services - Early Intervention (EI) ServicesProvides free, developmental screenings for children, birth to three years old. Offers a variety of supportive services for children and their families, including developmental evaluations, physical, occupational and speech therapy, vision and hearing screenings, family education and social work services.TiogaTioga County Department of Human Services - Family ServicesTioga County Department of Human Services
    United Cerebral Palsy of Central PA - Camp Hill (55 Utley Drive) - Early InterventionOur Early Intervention services include: - Occupational Therapy - Physical Therapy - Speech/Language Therapy - Special Instruction - Nutritional TherapyCumberlandUnited Cerebral Palsy of Central PA - Camp Hill (55 Utley Drive)United Cerebral Palsy of Central PA
    United Way of Mifflin-Juniata - Success By 6 InitiativeSB6 is the community connector between early learning programs, school districts and families. All of our activities have the end goal of children being ready for school. Activities take place throughout the community.MifflinUnited Way of Mifflin-Juniata - Success by 6United Way of Mifflin-Juniata
    Via of the Lehigh Valley - Early Intervention ServicesEarly identification and age-appropriate therapies are critical to the well-being of children with disabilities. Via Early Intervention services, offered to children from birth to age three, can enhance a child's development and provide support and assistance to families. Therapists work with infants and toddlers in their homes and daycare facilities to address delays and include caregivers in the teaching process so therapy can continue at home. Early identification and age-appropriate therapies are critical to the well-being of children with disabilities. Via Early Intervention, offered to children from birth to age three, can enhance a child's development and provide support and assistance to families. At the most critical time in a child's life, Via Early Intervention specialists identify and address developmental delays and disabilities. Therapists work with infants and toddlers in their homes and daycare facilities to identify and address delays and include caregivers in the teaching process so therapy can continue in all aspects of the child's environment. Via Early Intervention supports more than 250 children and families in Lehigh and Northampton Counties. Infants and toddlers are eligible to receive early intervention services when they have been identified as having a developmental delay or disability in: -Physical development (including vision and hearing) -Cognitive development -Communication development -Sensory development -social-emotional development -Adaptive development LehighVia of the Lehigh ValleyVia of the Lehigh Valley
    Washington County BHDS - Early InterventionEarly Intervention (EI) provides supports and services to infants, toddlers and young children up to three years of age who have a developmental delay or are at risk for developmental delay. EI is designed to build and enhance the natural learning that occurs in the early years and strive to improve long-term outcomes for children by providing early, appropriate, and intensive interventions in the home, child care site, and other community settings identified by the family. Assessment/Case Management - includes evaluation of the problem, development, implementation and monitoring of a service plan, referral to other agencies, and periodic review of the service plan to insure that it meets the person’s needs.WashingtonAdministrator's OfficeWashington County Behavioral Health and Developmental Services (BHDS)
    WeeTalk Speech and Language ServicesProvides speech, occupational and physical therapyBerksWeeTalk Speech and Language ServicesWeeTalk Speech and Language Services
    Western Pennsylvania School for the Deaf - Parent/Infant ProgramFamily-centered, home-based early intervention program, pre-literacy skill training, auditory training, speech training, sign language instruction, parent workshops, support groups, newsletters, and resource materials.AlleghenyWestern Pennsylvania School for the DeafWestern Pennsylvania School for the Deaf
    YCHSD, York/Adams MH-IDD Program, York - Early Intervention Services• Infant and Toddler Program • York/Adams MHIDD Program serves individuals in York and Adams Counties who need support and assistance with services for developmental delays. Case managers are able to connect eligible clients with needed services. •EARLY INTERVENTION SERVICES: Offers the following Early Intervention Services: Evaluations, Nutrition Services, Physical Therapy, Nursing Services, Occupational Therapy, Social Work, Speech Therapy, Service Coordination, Special Instruction and Ancillary Support Services. YorkYork/Adams MH-IDD ProgramYork County Human Services Department, York County Government, YCHSD
    York/Adams MH-IDD Program, Adams - Early Intervention Program• Infant and Toddler Program • York/Adams MHIDD Program serves individuals in York and Adams Counties who need support and assistance with services for developmental delays. Case managers are able to connect eligible clients with needed services. •EARLY INTERVENTION SERVICES: Offers the following Early Intervention Services: Evaluations, Nutrition Services, Physical Therapy, Nursing Services, Occupational Therapy, Social Work, Speech Therapy, Service Coordination, Special Instruction and Ancillary Support Services. AdamsYork/Adams MH-IDD ProgramYork County Human Services Department, York County Government, YCHSD

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