EARLY INTERVENTION UPDATE: Parents are offered the services according to their child’s Individualized Family Service Plan by teleintervention. Early Intervention team members are providing support and strategies to each family via a convenient platform. Families that prefer not to participate in teleintervention services are on hold until face to face service is allowed.
BARC Developmental Services provides early intervention for infants, toddlers and preschoolers who are referred by either the family’s local base service unit (birth to three) in home and in the community.
Outcomes are individual to the child and family and are developed through assessment, discussion, planning, and ongoing communication. Strategies are developed to encourage progress and development in areas that may include motor development, communication skills, cognition and problem solving, play skills and/or socialization.
Services are determined by a team that supports the child and the family through individualized plans that include measurable outcomes, strategies and specially designed instruction.
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The Early Intervention Department provides home and community based support for children ages birth to three and their families within their natural environment…
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|The Early Intervention Department provides home and community based support for children ages birth to three and their families within their natural environment… Read More||Therapeutic services, which may include occupational, speech, physical, vision, hearing and/or behavior consultation, are provided to children from birth to five years of age Read More|
BARC Developmental Services Early Intervention Philosophy
At BARC Developmental Services the philosophy of Early Intervention evolves from a developmental or educational model, intended to empower families to facilitate their child’s growth and development. Early Intervention services are best provided through a collaborative or team effort between family, community, special instructors/teachers and therapists.
We see the family as the leader of this team, which enables us to develop strategies that suit the individual styles, customs and routines of those whom we support. Early Intervention at BARC Developmental Services provides services to children with a wide range of special needs.
Every child is unique and has an individual style and rate of learning. We accept a child where he or she presently interacts developmentally and promote a positive approach to skill development by building on existing strengths.
Early Intervention Services include:
Home and community based supports and services for infants and toddlers referred by Bucks County Base Service Units.
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