Early Intervention
Early Intervention

Our Early Intervention Program works with infants and toddlers with developmental disabilities and their family members in their homes or other natural environments.

Our team of experts will help you to formulate a plan to address your child’s needs and support you during a challenging time. Our team consists of special educators, physical and occupational therapists, speech language pathologists, child development specialists, behavioral specialists, teachers of the deaf, child development associates, social workers, nurses, and translators.

Children are eligible for Early Intervention Program service if they are under three years of age, and if they:
  • Demonstrated a measured developmental delay of at least a 2.0 standard deviation below the mean in one area of development; or a 1.5  standard deviation below the mean in two or more areas of development on a standardized evaluation tool
  • Have a documented clinical opinion
  • Have a physical or medical diagnosis that has a high probability of resulting in developmental delay (For example Down syndrome, autism, cerebral palsy, etc.) that have been confirmed in a signed statement report from a medical professional
  • Children at risk are not eligible for services

Families must also agree to participate in the state’s family cost share. The amount of the family cost share is determined by family income.

For more information please contact Carolyn Russo-Azer Director of the Early Intervention Program (973) 821-8265 [email protected]
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