Early Intervention Program
Aveanna offers family-centered Early Childhood Intervention services for children from birth to age three. We focus on empowering families to be advocates for their children throughout the developmental process by partnering with them to develop strategies and assist with the acquisition of goals determined by the family and early intervention staff. We provide families with a cohesive system of in-home or pre-school education and behavior management to maximize basic learner skills and facilitate progress.
A comprehensive website dedicated to promoting awareness of common birth injuries and their causes. Our mission is to help users find helpful information on devastating birth injuries and their symptoms, causes, and treatment options. We strive to provide up to date medical and legal information related to common birth injuries in the United States.
An ABA service provider that works with families to create a positive difference in the quality of life of children with Autism Spectrum Disorders by providing affordable in-home therapy based on the child’s individual needs. Clinic sessions and social skills groups are also available to support the development of the child’s skills and promote generalization.
Easter Seals Early Care and Education Centers provide inclusive, high-quality services so that all children can grow and learn together. The mission of the Early Care and Education Program is to provide high-quality, early childhood education and early intervention for young children in an inclusive setting. Our goal is to provide stimulating educational experiences which promote each child’s social, emotional, physical and cognitive growth and to help each child reach his or her full potential.
Family Compass provides early intervention, individual and group therapy for children, and guidance for parents. They offer psychological, neuropsychological, and developmental evaluation and treatment.
The Infant & Toddler Connection of Fairfax-Falls Church provides evaluations and early intervention services for infants and toddlers (up to age three) who have a developmental delay or a diagnosis that may lead to developmental delays.
Parent Infant Education (PIE) is a family-centered program that serves children who have special needs from birth to their third birthday. The PIE program is part of the statewide early intervention program known as the Infant Toddler Connection of Virginia and is also known locally as the Infant Toddler Connection of Arlington.
Patterson Behavior Services provides in-home ABA therapy for young children living in Arlington or Alexandria, Virginia, as well as those living within the I-495 beltway of Fairfax County, Virginia.