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Early Intervention Program (EI)

Children’s Speech and Rehabilitation Therapy, and Speech-Language Pathology, PLLC dba Children’s Speech and Rehabilitation Therapy is a NYS approved Early Intervention agency who provides evaluations and home-based therapeutic intervention for children aged birth to 3 through the Nassau County Early Intervention Program who have or are suspected of having a developmental delay and/or disability.

We understand how important it is for children to receive the best early intervention therapies available.  We work closely with every family to assess each child’s needs and to develop individualized programs to achieve positive outcomes. Our philosophy is that parents are the primary teachers for their children, and by working in the natural environment we collaborate closely with families to help their child learn and grow.

We believe in matching the skills and personality of the provider with the needs of the child and family.  Experienced providers are NYS licensed speech-language pathologists, physical and occupational therapists, psychologists, social workers, nutritionists, audiologists, and certified special educators who are dedicated to providing the highest level of individualized home-based early intervention services.

We are committed to providing personal attention to the needs of each child and family. We make being available to answer parent concerns and questions one of our main priorities. We make every effort to encourage a successful partnership between family and therapists, resulting in learning, growth and success for your child.

If you would like to discuss a concern about your child’s development, please feel free to call us in the office at (516) 827-1970. One of our licensed professionals would be happy to discuss your concerns and if you decide to proceed, we can help you start the referral process to the Nassau County Early Intervention Program. Another way for you to start the referral process is for you to call the Nassau County Early Intervention Program directly at (516) 227-8661.