Braden Manering, age 2, was referred to Early Invention at 6 months old because he was not meeting his developmental milestones. Early intervention is designed to help babies and toddlers meet their developmental milestones. Qualified professionals work with parents and children up to the age of three years old who are experiencing delays in their development.
When Anita was born, she was diagnosed early on with Athetoid Cerebral Palsy and at age four, she was diagnosed with hearing loss. Anita’s mother contacted Easterseals when Anita was 16 months old for adaptive equipment to assist in her daily life.
Ethan was born with spina bifida, chari malformation 2 and congenital hearth problems. Doctors thought Ethan may never walk, may be blind and might be mentally handicapped.