Serving Diverse Infants and Toddlers

Early Intervention serves children from ages birth to three years old who reside in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. We provide support to infants and toddlers who are experiencing difficulty reaching developmental milestones like walking, talking, learning and becoming independent.


Children with a Diagnosis

Early Intervention can provide services to families with children who have diagnoses of Autism, Cerebral Palsy, Down Syndrome, Hearing Impairment, Vision Impairment and other medical diagnoses that impact development.

Seeking a Diagnosis

For families interested in a diagnosis for their child, we recommend contacting your child's physician and requesting a referral to a developmental pediatrician or other qualified professional as Early Intervention does not make medical diagnoses. A child does not need to have a diagnosis to receive Early Intervention services.

Children At Risk of Developmental Concerns

Early Intervention can offer developmental monitoring through our Tracking Program for children who have been:

  • Cared for in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at birth
  • Weighed less than 3.5 pounds at birth
  • Diagnosed with high lead levels
  • Homeless
  • Prenatally exposed to drugs 
  • Documented history of abuse and/or neglect