Early Intervention Services
Early Intervention Program
About the Program
Babies begin to learn from the moment they are born. Every baby is different. Some babies may need more help to learn than others. By starting early, babies begin to develop the skills they will need for the rest of their lives.
The Early Intervention Services program of Loudoun provides early intervention services for families, infants and toddlers, and birth through age two, who have a diagnosed handicapping condition, suspected delay in development, or atypical development. Children with vision and hearing impairments can also be served in this program.
Each child referred for early intervention services receives a developmental screening and/or assessment to determine eligibility for the program. If a child is eligible, an Individualized Family Service Plan is developed to address the family's concerns, priorities, and resources.
Direct questions, comments, or requests for further information to:
Early Intervention Services of Loudoun
906 Trailview Blvd, Suite A
Leesburg, VA 20175
How Service Coordination Works
All families involved with the Early Intervention Services of Loudoun receive service coordination, a process that connects families with other community resources, supports, and services including:
- Child care
- Federal medical and subsidy programs
- Knowledge and understanding of medical diagnoses
- Communication with medical personnel
- Coordination with other service providers