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Infant and Toddler Connection of Prince William/ Manassas/Manassas Park

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The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) website has  Milestones in Action; a free library of photos and videos of infant and toddler developmental milestones.
 


Early Intervention Programs provide services for families of infants and toddlers- birth to 3 years of age- who have a disability or developmental delay. Early intervention services focus on increasing a child's participation in family and community activities. Supports and services  help parents and other caregivers learn ways  to help children learn and grow with everyday activities. Services  are available for all eligible children/families regardless of the family's ability to pay.      

The Infant Information Center (IIC) is the central point of entry for Early Intervention services.  Services could include:
  • Information and referral for families and professionals
  • Developmental screenings and follow-up
  • Service coordination with other agencies and professionals
  • Coordination of multidisciplinary evaluations for children who are suspected of having a developmental delay or have a diagnosed handicapping condition
  • Development of an Individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP) to meet the outcomes desired by the family
  • Public awareness about Early Intervention
  • Training and information about Part C of IDEA and Early Intervention Services. 
 

The Parent-Infant Education (PIE) Program provides therapy and educational services to eligible children. Services may include:

  • Multidisciplinary evaluations for children who are suspected of having a developmental delay or have a diagnosed handicapping condition
  • Development of an Individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP) to meet the outcomes desired by the family
  • Physical, occupational, and speech therapy
  • Special instruction for infants and toddlers
  • Home visits and Home Activity Plans
  • Consultations with child care providers and other community resources
  • Transition to public school services and other community programs.  
 

To determine if you are qualified to receive services, contact us at (703) 792-7879.  If you already have an appointment, click here for the registration forms to be completed prior to your first visit. 

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