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Early Intervention (EI)? What is that?!

Early Intervention-

Also known as EI, identifies and provides effective and early support to children with detected delays or suspected 'poor outcomes' in the areas of speech, physical, occupation, developmental, nutritional and many other services between the ages of

0 to 3.


EI services take place at the home and daily environments of the child. Providers (therapists) aim to teach children target skills by providing direct services, however, family participation is key. Family members are the individuals that spend the most amount of time with the children. Therapists strive to provide parents with all of the required tools, knowledge and skills to promote generalization and carry over of the taught skills i.e., communication, strategies, activities, etc. while at home or other daily environments.


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