Strong Starts Begin Here.
Is Your Child on Track?
You should consider having your child's development evaulated for early intervention if you can answer "no" to any of these questions.
By 2 months, does your child: Respond to loud noises and/or hold head
up when pushing up on tummy?
By 4 months, does your child: Hold their head steady when held, coo and
make sounds, and/or bring toys to their mouth?
By 6 months, does your child: Grab things that are in reach, show affection for caregivers,
make vowel sounds (‘ah’, ‘oh’) or laugh and/or make squealing sounds?
By 9 months, does your child: Bear weight on legs when held, babble, play back
and forth games, and/or respond to their name?
By 12 months, does your child: Crawl, stand when held, use single words like ‘mama’
and ‘dada’, and/or point to things to bring your attention to them?
If you are concerned about your child’s development, or just want to ensure they are getting a Strong Start, start by getting an independent evaluation.If your child qualifies for early intervention services, choose Achieva Early Intervention.
For a no-cost evaluation, schedule an evaluation with:
Call The Alliance for Infants and Toddlers at (412) 885-6000 and request an evaluation.
Call Washington County Human Services at (724) 229-2620 and request an evaluation.
Call Westmoreland Casemanagement and Supports, Inc. (WCSI) at (724) 837-1808 and request an evaluation.