Provo Early Intervention Program

by Eleven 21. May 2013 08:58

A child's early development is an essential foundation for the rest of their lives. However, some difficulties may arise from time to time and parents don't know if and how to help get past such obstacles. The Provo Early Intervention Program helps children from birth to the age of three who are not reaching developmental milestones at the appropriate times for many possible reasons. The zero to three range is so important because it is the time when children's minds are most easily trained and changed to be on the right track. The Provo Early Intervention Program offers many types of therapy to assist a child from speech therapy to play therapy. If you are in doubt as to whether your child would need such services the program has many experts who can give guidance as to what help the child should receive if any.

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