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Early Intervention

What is Early Intervention?

Pennsylvania Early Intervention is a free program offered by the county where your child lives that provides:

  • Support and services to families with children birth to age five, who have developmental delays and disabilities.
  • Support 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 available for:

  • Physical development, including vision and hearing
  • Cognitive development
  • Communication development
  • Social or emotional development
  • Adaptive development

Our therapists and special instructors provide service in the child’s natural surroundings (i.e., home, daycare, preschool), during his/her daily routines. In other words, our specialists travel to your child; you do not bring your child to us.

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How do I know if my Child has a Developmental Delay?

Parents who have questions about their child’s development may contact the CONNECT Helpline or their local early intervention office.

CONNECT Helpline

Berks County
Call Service Access and Management at (610) 236-0530

Lehigh County
(610) 782-3125

Montgomery County
(610) 277-7176

An intake representative will assist you by asking some questions and, if needed, will schedule a free evaluation of your child.

If your child qualifies for Early Intervention Services, request K & S Therapies, Inc. as your provider. We look forward to serving you and your family.

Eligibility Requirements

Click here to learn more about the eligibility requirements.

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