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My Child Without Limits.org (Early Intervention)

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In some cases, a child’s developmental problems may be evident from birth. In other instances, it may take several months to realize that developmental milestones are not being met. Early intervention is the term used to describe services that reach a child early in his or her development, usually from birth through age three. Intervention is vital during this very early time because there a child learns and develops at the fastest rate during the first few years. It’s important not to miss out on this crucial part of your child’s development, as it may be more difficult to teach skills to your child as he or she gets older. At three, children generally become eligible for other educational services.

Tag(s): Autism Spectrum Disorder Collaboration Communication/Language Curriculum/Instructional Methods Deaf-Blind Developmental Delay Early Childhood Early Intervention Hearing Impairment Intellectual Disabilities Multiple Disabilities Orthopedic Impairment Other Health Impairment Parent/Family Speech/Language Impairment Traumatic Brain Injury Vision Impairment