Thank you for your interest in CHildren’s Intervention Learning & Development. Our organization offers treatment and education for children with various disorders and disabilities.
The Referral Process
The Administrative Coordinator completes a telephone intake with interested parents. Thereafter interested parents will be invited in for a tour of the facility and a meeting with the Director. At this time, you will be provided with information about our services and facility. Once you determine that CH.I.L.D. is appropriate for your needs contact the Administrative Coordinator to arrange pre-service assessment.
Admission into our Learning Center is based on the following:
* Completion of an admission application form.
* Diagnostic and other psychological records.
* Previous Educational reports and assessments.
* An admission meeting between parents and the director. During this meeting the director will meet with your child and family to discuss needs. During this time you would have completed the preliminary forms for services. The director will discuss available program options, level of intensity, fees and funding options.
* A complete developmental assessment (*partial assessment fees arranged with the consulting psychologist. Fees are covered under most insurance plans.)
We do not have standardized admission criteria. We strive to support many children with confirmed diagnosis and also children that are the process of receiving a formal diagnosis. Most of our children range in age from infants to teens. Some common disabilities/ disorders that we provide intensive intervention may include:
- Asperger Syndrome
- Tourette Syndrome
- Chromosomal abnormalities
- Down Syndrome
- Cerebral Palsy
- Communication Disorders
- Learning Disabilities
- Prader-Willi Syndrome
- Fragile X Syndrome
- ADD/ ADHD
- Behavioral Issues
- Angeleman’s Syndrome
Children should be enrolled early as space in limited to ensure quality programming. Priority is given to siblings of the families currently enrolled into our center.