Early childhood development

Your 18-month-old isn’t picking up words as quickly as the other toddlers on the playground, and isn’t making eye contact. Your two-year-old seems to run at full-throttle all the time, constantly craving activity and physical stimulation. You keep hearing mixed messages and need a bit of guidance (from experts, not your mother-in-law).

Early intervention can be incredibly helpful for many young children with developmental vulnerabilities. We are available for initial screenings and play-based observations. We also have a vast network of resources to help parents identify delays and to get connected to appropriate services when needed.