Speech Therapy: teaches the family how to assist a child in learning to talking, swallow, form sounds, etc.
Physical Therapy: teaches the family how to assist a child in learning how to sit, crawl, walk, reach, and move from one position to another, etc.
Occupational Therapy: teaches the family to assist a child in learning how to use their hands to grab/hold on to objects, chew and move objects around in their mouth, draw/scribble, help with sensory issues, etc.
Special Instructor: teaches the family to assist a child in learning how to learn from everything around them, recognize objects and the meaning of them, increase understanding words and the amount of words a child can say, help encourage correct use of hands, legs, etc. for moving around a room or draw/scribbling, etc.
Social Work: The Early Intervention Social Worker can support families to meet the overall needs of their child, while receiving Early Intervention services. Scheduling therapies and helping navigate resource agencies helps the family focus on the most important thing, their child(ren). Social Workers can also provide assessment and intervention in the areas of attachment/bonding, mental health issues and coping with family and life stressors.
Agencies that provide therapy services:
Aspirations - firstname.lastname@example.org