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EARLY INTERVENTION

Early Intervention programs evaluate and serve children from birth to age three born with prematurity, disabilities or who show symptoms of delay; they also offer integrated play groups for children and support services to families. EI accepts referrals from health care professionals and families concerned about their child’s development.

FIRST Early Intervention Program

781-331-2533

574 Main Street, South Weymouth

SERVES: Serving: Braintree, Cohasset, Hingham, Hull, Norwell, Randolph, Scituate, Weymouth

STEP ONE Early Intervention (Chinese language services available)

617-774-1040

500 Victory Road, Quincy

LANGUAGES: Vietnamese and Haitian Creole

SERVES: Serving: Quincy, Milton, Randolph

Criterion-Middlesex Child Development Center

508-602-1442 X24

651 Franklin Street, Framingham

SERVES: Dover, Ashland, Framingham, Holliston, Natick, Hopkington, Sherborn Sudbury Wayland

Enable Early Intervention

781-255-1817

275 Prospect Street Norwood

SERVES: Canton, Dedham, Medfield, Millis, Norfolk, Norwood, Plainville, Sharon, Walpole, Westwood, Wrentham, Foxboro

Thom Neponset Valley Early Intervention

781-551-0405

101 Vanderbilt Ave, Norwood

SERVES: Canton, Dedham, Medfield, Millis, Norfolk, Norwood, Plainville, Sharon, Walpole, Westwood, Wrentham, Foxboro

PARENT LEADERSHIP PROJECT

The Parent Leadership Project was originated by parents and is staffed by parents whose children have received Early Intervention Services. The project is funded by Massachusetts Department of Public Health. Resources across the state of Massachusetts can be found on their site by clicking HERE.

THE QUINCY PARENT ADVISORY COUNCIL to Special Education (QPAC) is a formally organized group of parents and other interested individuals committed to the best education for all students within the Quincy Public Schools. Established in 1977, QPAC fulfills the requirements and duties set forth within Massachusetts special education laws and regulations.

Are you a parent of a child with autism and interested in an on-line course in Behavioral Intervention?

UMass Medical School has developed Discovering Behavioral Intervention: A Parent’s Interactive Guide to ABA. This course is an online interactive learning guide to applied behavior analysis, or ABA, for parents of children with autism and the professionals who support them. Created by child development experts and parents, Discovering Behavioral Intervention (DBI) presents ABA in a self-paced, family-friendly format. DBI introduces the language and principles of ABA and features personal stories from trusted parent guides. Real-life learning from real-life sources. You can preview the course HERE If you are interested in a free subscription (a limited time offer) please email Maura Buckley at: mbuckley@uhealthsolutions.org

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