What is Early Intervention

WHAT IS EARLY INTERVENTION? | WHY ACHIEVA? | HOW DO I GET STARTED?

Early Intervention is a program that provides therapeutic services to children who have developmental disabilities or delays.  Services, such as speech therapy and physical therapy, among others, can be provided from birth up through when the child turns three years old.

Early Intervention services are provided at no cost to families. There is never a co-pay and the evaluation for services comes at no cost to the family either.

Early Intervention services can be provided in the child’s home or daycare, or wherever the family and therapist decide is the most familiar place for the child to receive them. 

Early Intervention services that ACHIEVA Early Intervention provides:

  • Early Childhood Education
  • Feeding and Nutrition
  • Hearing
  • Occupational
  • Physical
  • Social Work
  • Speech
  • Vision

If you are concerned about your child's development or you have been asked to select a provider for Early Intervention services, please call ACHIEVA for a no-cost consultation. For more information about ACHIEVA's Early Intervention Services, contact us by clicking here or call (412) 995-5000 x487.