early childhood services
Early intervention services help children from birth to age 5 who are experiencing developmental delays or disabilities. A child’s early experiences play a vital role in brain development. Addressing delays or disabilities early can be beneficial to a child’s development both now and in the future.
Specifically, our infant and toddler program works with children from birth to age 3. We work alongside parents and their children to promote natural learning in the child’s formative years, along with establishing collaboration skills. Excentia Human Services can help your child develop their full learning potential.
Services are provided in environments that are parts of a child’s daily routine, such as the home or daycare. Our staff act as coaches to empower parents and caregivers to provide learning opportunities during a child’s routine. This approach gives the child many chances to practice and develop skills during everyday activities.
Our staff addresses needs in areas such as:
Early intervention therapies are available for children with developmental delays. At Excentia Human Services, along with learning a natural skill set, we recognize that no two children are alike. Some children may need more practice in specific skills, so we also provide specialized therapy options as a part of our Individualized Family Plans.
Depending on the need, a child may work with one or a combination of:
At Excentia Human Services, we create hope, enhance lives and transform communities. Bring your child to our early intervention programs and start to see encouraging results in their learning abilities. We believe in approaching everything we do with your child’s needs in mind. For more information on our services and how we can help your child, contact us today.
If you have a question or would like more information, please contact Melissa, Director of Children’s Services.
“Thank you for hiring and retaining the best therapists. We were honored to share our son with them and consider them in the highest regard.”