Do you worry that your child isn’t walking, talking or playing with other children in the way you would expect? Does something about your child’s behavior make you uneasy? Do you know what early intervention services are available?
This week’s guests, Amber Lampron and Rebecca Wald, help you know where to seek answers to your questions and concerns. They explain the typical process in evaluating your child’s development and, if necessary, getting appropriate support and intervention for you and your child – at no cost to you. The best news of all is that early intervention helps children succeed in all aspects of learning and behavior, and it can help you know how to be the advocate and supporter your child needs. (This episode is brought to you by Help Me Grow, a supporting partner of Mom Enough.)
Has your child or someone else in your family or circle of friends received early intervention services? What did you learn in this Mom Enough discussion that you didn’t know about how these services work?
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For Does My Child Need Infant and Toddler Intervention?, click here.
For Does My Child Need Preschool Special Education?, click here.
For early childhood developmental milestones, click here.