The Easter Seals Central Texas Early Childhood Intervention (ECI) program serves babies and toddlers, aged birth to 36 months, with developmental delays or disabilities. Easter Seals’ staff of early childhood specialists, therapists, social workers, and other professionals work in homes, childcare facilities, and other community settings to conduct evaluations and provide services to children and their families. Service coordination with other agencies is provided at no cost and is an essential component for integrating services around family-centered goals. These services are accredited by The Rehabilitation Accreditation Commission (CARF) under its Pediatric Family Centered Best Practice Standards. (Presione aquí para el español)
Services offered through ECI are: developmental services, physical, occupational, and speech therapy, family education, counseling services, screenings and assessments, and activities to prepare children for the “next step” in their development. Families and staff work as a team to develop individualized plans of care for children and their families.
Easter Seals is the nation's leading provider of help, hope and answers to families living with Autism today. Easter Seals Central Texas offers multiple support programs and interventions to address the affects of Autism throughout the person's lifespan.
For more information about our ECI program contact:
Senior Director, Children & Family Services
Phone: (512) 615-6867
Fax: (512) 617-7066
The first five years are critical in a child's life. How is your child doing? You only need 10-20 minutes to check with the Ages & Stages Questionnaires®, Third Edition. Your ASQ-3™ results will help you see if your child's developmental progress is on time and alert you to concerns that you can talk over with your health care provider. To learn more about our Make the First Five Count Program, click here.
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National Federation of Families for Children’s Mental Health
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