Pittsburgh’s #1 Early Intervention Specialists
Serving families in Pittsburgh, Allegheny County & Washington County
What is Early Intervention?
Early Intervention provides a child with the opportunity to address their developmental challenges and unique special needs. teli offers a wide range of Early Intervention Services including occupational, physical, and speech/language therapies, developmental instruction, as well as nutritional, vision, hearing and social work services to help children under the age of 3 and their families, at no cost!
What do I do next? teli can help!
What do I look for in the development of my child?
Each child grows and develops at a different rate but how do you know what is typical? teli’s listing of child development stages by age can help if you have questions about your child’s progress.
Why choose teli? Just ask our families!
teli is a nonprofit provider of Early Intervention Services with over 50 years of experience helping children with developmental delays reach their true potential. teli is a true partner in the care of your child, working to identify and maximize your child’s unique strengths. teli has helped countless families and their children achieve results by building on those strengths and abilities. Check out our Success Stories!
Contact us today or call us at 412-922-8322 to understand how your child can receive these services free of charge!
If your child is past the age of 3, teli can help! Learn more about our Pediatric Outpatient Rehabilitation Services. Most insurances accepted.
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