What is Early Intervention?
Early Intervention is a variety of supports and services designed to build and enhance the natural learning that occurs in the early years. Supports and services are provided in the home, child care sites and other community settings identified by the family.
Customized Programs for Every Child
The Early Learning Institute’s (TELI) Infant and Toddler Program serves children birth to 3 years of age in their homes or community settings. A collaboration of the family, TELI therapist(s) and other team members work to develop goals identified in the Individual Family Service Plan (IFSP), which is created to meet each child’s specific needs.
Services can include:
Occupational, Physical, and Speech Therapy, as well as Social Work, Developmental, Vision, Hearing and Nutrition Services.
Connecting with TELI
If your child is under 3 years of age and you have concerns about his or her development:
1 Call The Alliance for Infants and Toddlers at 412-885-6000 and they will help you to determine whether your child needs a developmental assessment.
2 If your child is evaluated and requires Early Intervention services:
3 Choose The Early Learning Institute (TELI) for Early Intervention services and get connected to a staff of dedicated professionals ready to help your child reach their fullest potential.
Alliance for Infants and Toddlers (AFIT)
2801 Custer Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15227
Phone: (412) 885-6000
Fax: (412) 885-1688
* TELI promotes early literacy using the latest technology.
* Many of our professional staff are alumni parents who are passionate in their commitment to children with
developmental delays and their families.