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Resources

Early Intervention

Early Intervention

You may have wondered what the term "early intervention" means. Click on the tab to read an article written by Chatterbox that explains what early intervention is and what developmental milestones you should be looking for in your infant and toddler.

Know The Signs

Know the Signs. Act Early. This is a link to the CDC website with information on developmental milestones for ages 2-5. It contains helpful resources and information on what do to if you have concerns with your child's development.

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Speech Therapy Resources

ASHA

The American Speech-Language Hearing Association

Occupational Therapy Resources

AOTA

The American Occupational Therapy Association

Physical Therapy Resources

APTA

The American Physical Therapy Association

Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA)

ABA

What is ABA? Click on the tab to read about what ABA is and how it may be able to help your child.

Local Parent Resources

Parent To Parent

Parent to Parent of Georgia provides support and information services and training and leadership opportunities for families who have children and youth with disabilities.

Navigators

Effingham County Navigator Team – This is a parent led support group for parents and their special needs children and their siblings. The group meets every second Tuesday of each month at 6:30 p.m. at The Learning Treehouse located at 250 Goshen Rd in Rincon, GA.

EFMP

EFMP – Exceptional Family Member Program for enlisted members of the US ARMY is a comprehensive, coordinated, multi-agency program that provides community support, housing, medical, educational, and personnel services to military Families with an Exceptional Family Member.

Matthew Readon Center

Faye Montgomery Advocacy Director The Matthew Reardon Center for Autism
6602 Abercorn Street Suite
200P.O. Box 14669
Savannah, GA 31416
912-955-9098

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