Infant Toddler Early Intervention

In Philadelphia, Infant Toddler Early Intervention is a variety of agencies working together with families to provide early intervention services for children. Early intervention services help young children grow and develop and support their families in caring for them. Children from birth to three years of age who are eligible will receive early intervention supports and services from Birth to Three Programs across the county. In Pennsylvania the Office of Child Development, part of the Department of Public Welfare oversees each County's Infant/Toddler Early Intervention Program.

To promote the importance of families in guiding the services of their children, the Philadelphia/Pennsylvania Office of Child Development believes in family centered services and supports that respect your family's concerns, interests, values and priorities.

For additional information about Infant Toddler Early Intervention in Pennsylvania.

 
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