Early Intervention for Children With Disabilities/Delays

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    Programs that identify infants, toddlers and in some cases, preschoolers who show evidence of or are at risk for lags in physical development, cognitive development, language and speech development, psychosocial development or self-help skills, and provide or coordinate the delivery of an enrichment program in order to minimize the potential for a developmental delay and to meet their current developmental needs. The program may include early identification activities (child find); a developmental evaluation; a review of family concerns, priorities and resources; meetings with the family to develop an individualized family service plan; service coordination to ensure that the individual and his or her family receive needed services which may include but are not limited to physical therapy, occupational therapy, audiology, health/medical services, nursing services, nutrition services, psychological services including specialized play groups or therapy sessions, counseling, speech and language assistance, special instructional services, transportation, and parenting skills development; and ongoing evaluation of the child's progress and his or her changing enrichment needs. Included are "birth to three" programs and federal, state or local programs that address the needs of slightly older children or children not otherwise eligible for "birth to three" programs.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Autism Discovery Institute, Rady Children's Hospital and Health CenterA state of the art integrated clinical research program that provides comprehensive developmental and psychological evaluations, a range of evidence based intervention services for children from 12 months through 17 years with autism spectrum disorders.North CentralAustim Discovery InstituteRady Children's Hospital and Health Center
    Behavioral Intervention ServicesProvides behavioral intervention services based on applied behavior analysis to individuals (children and adults) within the autism spectrum disorders and with other developmental disabilities. The multi-disciplinary staff provides individual (adult and children), couples, and family counseling for a variety of needs. Offers culturally relevant and sensitive services to families and children of diverse cultures throughout San Diego County, in addition to bilingual services (Spanish/English).SouthBehavioral Intervention ServicesMotiva Associates
    Developmental Evaluation Clinic, Rady Children's Hospital and Health CenterRady Children’s Developmental Evaluation Clinic (DEC) offers developmental evaluation and referral services for infants, preschoolers and school-age children. The goals of our evaluations are to: • Identify developmental, learning and social delays. • Determine the significance of delays and behavior problems. • Determine the need for further assessment/intervention. • Recommend participation in educational or therapeutic programs. • Link children and families to needed services. • Provide comprehensive reports to parents and providers. Our healthcare professionals are psychologists and neuropsychologists. A psychologist has a doctoral in psychology (Ph.D. or Psy.D.) and a California state license. A neuropsychologist has a Ph.D. in psychology, a California state license and specialized training and experience in neuropsychological assessment. North CentralDevelopmental Evaluation ProgramRady Children's Hospital and Health Center
    Early Start, San Diego Regional Center for the Developmentally DisabledProvides early intervention programs to children ages 0 to 3 and their families to ensure that they receive coordinated services early in the child's development. Services may include: Audiology, Family Training/Counseling, Medical Services, Nursing Services, Nutrition Services, Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, Psychological Services, Social Work/ Service Coordination, Speech & Language, Transportation, and Vision Services. Early StartSan Diego Regional Center for the Developmentally Disabled
    HOPE Infant Family Support Program, San Diego OfficeProvides support to families of infants and toddlers with special needs. Services include developmental assessments, individual education plans, weekly or monthly home visits, and a parent education program. Consultant staff members may also make home visits, depending on the child's needs. Provides services in the family's home or in childcare settings.North CentralHOPE Infant Family Support ProgramSan Diego County Office of Education
    Infant/Toddler Program, Imperial County Office of EducationIs designed for any child from birth to age 3 who has any kind of developmental delay, high risk medical condition/handicapping condition or other disability. It is administered through the Imperial County Office of Education Special Education Department. The following are examples of the types of conditions which make a child eligible for the program: - Cerebral Palsy - Prematurity - Down Syndrome - Visual Impairment - Myelomeningocele - Hearing Impairment - Neurological Impairment - Genetic Defects - High-Risk Medical Conditions - Prenatal Exposure to Drugs/Alcohol - Developmental DelayInfant/Toddler ProgramImperial County Office of Education
    Information Lines, Center for Disease Control, United States Department of Health and Human ServicesProvides information about HIV/AIDS, STD's, autism, immunizations, disease outbreaks, health issues covered in the media, disaster/emergency/terrorism preparedness, and international traveler's information. Also provides helpful information on mental health related issues and has statistical information on suicide. Also offers information for individuals who are coping or experiencing stress or distress from a traumatic event. AIDS Hotline: (800) 342-AIDS, (800) 344-SIDA HPV Hotline: (877) HPV-5868 STD Hotline: (800) 227-8922 Teen AIDS Hotline: (800) 234-8336 Information Lines, Center for Disease ControlCenters for Disease Control and Prevention, United States Department of Health and Human Services
    Parent/Infant Development Program, Arc of San Diego, Starlight CenterProvides home-based and community-based service to families with young children whose development has been delayed. Multidisciplinary team provides stimulation to children who are delayed in development because of any physical or mental disability including those caused by prematurity and sensory deprivation. Parents are taught to work with their child in all perceptual areas, and to encourage development in gross-motor, fine-motor, language, social, self-help, and cognitive areas. The home-based learning program works with the parents and child during regularly scheduled visits. The community-based program allows the child to participate in activities with other children in a small group, preschool setting.SouthParent/Infant Development ProgramArc of San Diego
    Pediatric Development Services, City Heights Family Health CenterProvides newborn and infant screenings and assessment; Early Intervention home visits for children with identified delays ages birth to 3 yrs; periodic Developmental Screening check-ups for birth to 5.  (Speech and Language therapy, Occupational Therapy, and Physical Therapy evaluations and treatment services, Hearing screenings and evaluations through Audiology services may be provided, depending on caseload.  Please call if interested).CentralPediatric Development ServicesFamily Health Centers of San Diego
    Pediatric Development Services, Family Health Centers of San Diego-Beach ClinicProvides newborn and infant screenings and assessment; Early Intervention home visits for children with identified delays ages birth to 3 yrs; periodic Developmental Screening check-ups for birth to 5.  (Speech and Language therapy, Occupational Therapy, and Physical Therapy evaluations and treatment services, Hearing screenings and evaluations through Audiology services may be provided, depending on caseload.  Please call if interested). North CentralPediatric Development ServicesFamily Health Centers of San Diego
    Pediatric Development Services, Family Health Centers of San Diego-Chula VistaProvides newborn and infant screenings and assessment; Early Intervention home visits for children with identified delays ages birth to 3 yrs; periodic Developmental Screening check-ups for birth to 5; Hearing screenings and evaluations through Audiology services  (Speech and Language therapy, Occupational Therapy, and Physical Therapy evaluations and treatment services may be provided, depending on caseload.  Please call if interested). SouthPediatric Development ServicesFamily Health Centers of San Diego
    Pediatric Development Services, Family Health Centers of San Diego, Grossmont/Spring ValleyProvides newborn and infant screenings and assessment; Early Intervention home visits for children with identified delays ages birth to 3 yrs; periodic Developmental Screening check-ups for birth to 5.  (Speech and Language therapy, Occupational Therapy, and Physical Therapy evaluations and treatment services, Hearing screenings and evaluations through Audiology services may be provided, depending on caseload.  Please call if interested). EastPediatric Development ServicesFamily Health Centers of San Diego
    Pediatric Development Services, Family Health Centers of San Diego, HillcrestProvides newborn and infant screenings and assessment; Early Intervention home visits for children with identified delays ages birth to 3 yrs; periodic Developmental Screening check-ups for birth to 5.  (Speech and Language therapy, Occupational Therapy, and Physical Therapy evaluations and treatment services, Hearing screenings and evaluations through Audiology services may be provided, depending on caseload.  Please call if interested).CentralPediatric Development ServicesFamily Health Centers of San Diego
    Pediatric Development Services, Family Health Centers of San Diego- Logan HeightsProvides newborn and infant screenings and assessment; Speech and Language therapy, Occupational Therapy, and Physical Therapy evaluations and treatment services; Hearing screenings and evaluations through Audiology services; Early Intervention home visits for children with identified delays ages birth to 3 years; periodic Developmental Screening check-ups for birth to 5 years. CentralPediatric Development ServicesFamily Health Centers of San Diego
    Pediatric Development Services, Family Health Centers of San Diego -New DiamondProvides newborn and infant screenings and assessment; Early Intervention home visits for children with identified delays ages birth to 3 yrs; periodic Developmental Screening check-ups for birth to 5.  (Speech and Language therapy, Occupational Therapy, and Physical Therapy evaluations and treatment services, Hearing screenings and evaluations through Audiology services may be provided, depending on caseload.  Please call if interested). CentralPediatric Development ServicesFamily Health Centers of San Diego
    Pediatric Development Services, Family Health Centers of San Diego - NorthparkProvides newborn and infant screenings and assessment; Speech and Language therapy, Occupational Therapy, and Physical Therapy evaluations and treatment services; Early Intervention home visits for children with identified delays ages birth to 3 yrs; periodic Developmental Screening check-ups for birth to 5.  (Hearing screenings and evaluations through Audiology services may be provided, depending on caseload.  Please call if interested) CentralPediatric Development ServicesFamily Health Centers of San Diego
    YMCA Childcare Resource Service - HealthlineOffers free telephone consultations and resource referrals to parents and child care providers about physical and behavioral health concerns for children ages 0 to 5 years. Provides developmental screenings, behavior screenings and hearing assessments for children ages 0 to 5 years. Provides behavioral assessments and interventions for children ages 0-5 years (services must be requested by parent). Services may include child care-based behavioral observation, home-based behavioral observation, assessments, a follow-up plan coordinated with parent and child care provider, and a behavioral health specialist follow-up with the family. Also offers provider education workshops about managing challenging behavior.CentralYMCA Childcare Resource Service - Field ServicesChildcare Resource Service, YMCA of San Diego County

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