The Arc Alliance Children’s Services provides early intervention and support services to children between the ages of birth and three years with developmental delays.  Early Intervention services IMG_2257are designed to allow your child the opportunity to actively participate in family and community life.

The Arc Alliance Children’s Services teachers and therapists work on the outcomes identified by you for your child and Early Intervention activities occur in the IMG_0007places you choose to meet those outcomes, at home, in a child care setting or in the community.  It is not unusual to see Early Intervention Services taking place in the grocery store, the mall, at the doctor’s office,the library and on the playground.

Through the years we have found that families serve as an effective resource for each other.  Families gather for support, to receive information or to have fun.  We offer a variety of inclusive group activities throughout the year that make it easy and convenient for families to get together.

The Arc Alliance Children’s Services looks forward to serving you and your family!

 Early Intervention

  • Education
  • Speech Language and Communication Therapy:
    • Children’s speech and language therapy addresses the communication needs of children. Speech therapists work on language comprehension and pronunciation skills. Alternative communication systems for nonverbal children can also be developed through speech therapy. Feeding therapy services assess and treat oral motor dysfunctions, taste and texture transition difficulties, and abnormal mealtime behaviors. These services are provided in conjunction with the appropriate medical staff consultation to ensure safe and healthy feeding patterns.
  • Occupational Therapy:
    • Children’s occupational therapy improves the areas of fine motor, visual perception and cognition through purposeful everyday activities. The areas addressed include hand skills, sensory function, eating, self-care, social skills and play/leisure skills
  • Physical Therapy:
    • Children’s physical therapy addresses the development of gross motor skills, including rolling, sitting, crawling, and walking as well as balance and coordination. Physical therapy rehabilitate musculoskeletal deficits occurring with physical disabilities, or after accident, sports and orthopedic injuries, and surgeries.
  • Social Work Services
  • Various Behavioral Approaches
  • DIR® Services
  • Hearing Support Services
  • Vision
  • Nutrition



For assistance with identifying services and support or if you need someone to listen to your situation please contact us at 610-265-4700 and as for Children’s Services or contact us today online and we will make contact with you as soon as possible.