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To qualify to receive on-going services from the EI Program, the child must have:
- A 25% delay in one or more areas of development or - Have a known physical or mental condition likely to result in a developmental delay
An Early Intervention Service Coordinator from Westmoreland Casemanagement & Supports, Inc. will be assigned to assist the family. The Early Intervention Service Coordinator (SC) will guide the family through the entire process.
The CONNECT Helpline 1-800-692-7288 assists families in locating resources and providing information regarding child development for children ages birth to age 5. In addition, CONNECT can assist parents by making a direct link to the local Early Intervention program.
Speech Therapy Nutrition Services Physical therapy · Sensory Integration Feeding Program Occupational Therapy Hearing or Vision therapy Parent education Developmental Special Instruction ·
- The child's home - Caregiver’s home - Childcare centers - Play groups -Other community settings familiar to the family