Early Intervention

What is Early Intervention?

The goal of Early Intervention is to help infants and toddlers with disabilities, our providers pay special attention to the educational component in developing a mentally and linguistically appropriate curriculum that is culturally sensitive. We recognize the central role of the parents in their children’s development and learning. Our therapists are available for both face to face and via Live Video Visit (LVV). We have bilingual providers who speak Spanish, Gujarati and Mandarin Chinese.

Supportive Environment

Our office and management staff are dedicated to furnishing both our clients and therapy providers with support. We are accessible to help with administrative tasks, offer guidance with adhering to state regulations, and problem-solve whatever issue may be at hand.

Our therapy providers regularly attend our scheduled professional development meetings to ensure our Early Intervention providers feel supported as part of a team at Encore Pediatrics.

Patient Intake

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ABA Therapy

Do you think your child has Autism? Whether you already have a formalized diagnosis and have had Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy before OR if you are not even sure where to begin… we can help. Therapy takes place in a child’s natural environment and is focused on revealing pathways for learning and development.

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Early Intervention

To help infants and toddlers with disabilities, our providers pay special attention to the educational component in developing a mentally and linguistically appropriate curriculum that is culturally sensitive. We recognize the central role of the parents in their children’s development and learning.

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School Therapy

Services provided by our Metro Therapy division. We contract with local school districts to provide supportive services that improve a student’s educational well-being by developing the skills needed for greater independence and safety. We encourage group interaction to promote greater generalization of skills in the classroom.

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