1. Children Birth to 3 Years Old: Early Intervention Program
- Early Intervention is a program funded and regulated by the New York State Department of Health and by the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene. It is a program that provides services to children under the age of three who have or are at-risk of having delays/developmental disability.
- Bright Future for the Children works with families of children birth to 3 years on identifying services for children at risk of a disability. The agency works with a team which includes the parents and other professional staff to collaborate on needed services. Bright Future for the Children provides service coordination, both Initial and Ongoing, which involves working in partnership with the family of an at-risk infant or toddler to provide support and services. We also offer the following services: ABA Therapy, Speech Therapy, Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Service Coordination, Social Work, and Evaluations.
- How do I refer my child to Early Intervention through NYEIS?
If you have concerns about your child’s development, you can call the NYC Early Intervention Program at 311. If the child is found eligible for services the EIOD will make the appropriate referral in collaboration with the family/caregiver.
- County contacts can be found online at:
www.health.nyc.ny.gov/community/infants_children/early_intervention/county_eip.htm or you can call the “Growing Up Healthy” 24-hour Hotline at 1-800-522-5006, in NYC dial 311.
- Services are provided at no cost to the families of eligible children and are provided in the comfort of the child's home. All therapists have extensive experience and expertise in their respective field and will ensure that each child reaches his/her maximum potential.
2. Children 3-4 Years Old: CPSE Program
- We will be servicing this age group in the near future. Check back for updated information.
Please check back for information coming soon.