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Early Intervention can make a profound difference in a developing child’s future!

With a Family-Centered Early Intervention Program, The Continuum assists in healthy development for Children from Birth through Age 3 while encouraging families to promote growth at home.

Services That Make a Difference

Individual programs are designed by Early Intervention professionals for infants and toddlers experiencing a developmental delay or who are diagnosed with a physical or mental condition likely to result in a delay.

Physical, Speech and Occupational Therapies are customized for each child to help improve these important developing skills:

  • Communication
  • Feeding
  • Motor
  • Play/Social
  • Sensory Integration

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Support That Encourages Growth at Home

milestonesContinued progress at home is a key component of a successful Early Intervention Program. In a natural environment that includes daycare programs and home assistance, families receive training and support from our team of child development professionals. Through consultations and assessment of progress, mutually defined goals are tracked.

Early Intervention Services Can Help In Early Development

If your infant or toddler experiences any of the following, Early Intervention services may be available:

  • Special Health or Learning Needs
  • Delay in Beginning to Crawl, Walk or Talk
  • Problems Eating, Hearing or Seeing
  • Very Low Birth Weight

Early Intervention Services Are Covered

In Nevada, Early Intervention Services are provided at no cost to families.
With your permission, Health Insurance may be used to assist with service costs.
The Continuum is responsible for any co-pay or deductible for these services.

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Meet Our Early Intervention Staff

Sarah Horsman

Sarah Horsman

Supervisor
Developmental Specialist

Amanda Aitchison

Amanda Aitchison

Developmental Specialist

Stephanie Chauvel

Stephanie Chauvel

Developmental Specialist

Jamie Connolly-Haugh

Jamie Connolly-Haugh

Developmental Specialist

Krista Jerez

Krista Jerez

Developmental Specialist

Narsy Perez

Narsy Perez

Spanish Language Interpreter

Early Childhood Special Education Resource Library
Web: http://dhhs.nv.gov/Programs/IDEA/ProjectASSIST/Special-Ed-Library/
A statewide resource library available to families, professionals, educators, and staff working with young children with disabilities, and their families. This library contains hundreds of books, DVDs and other materials regarding Autism, children with disabilities, Downs syndrome, early intervention, families, special education, and more. A catalog is available on the website.

Project ASSIST – Nevada’s Central Directory for Early Intervention
Web: http://dhhs.nv.gov/Programs/IDEA/ProjectASSIST/
The purpose of Project ASSIST is to provide information, resources, and referral services to inform and educate families of infants and toddlers with disabilities or special health care needs, and the general public.

Resources for Fathers
Web: http://dhhs.nv.gov/Programs/IDEA/ProjectASSIST/Fathers/
This web page is for dads of children with disabilities or special health care needs seeking information and resources. Includes a “Guide for Dads”. “The need for accurate and up-to-date resources and information when raising a child with special needs is paramount. Indeed, information is power. The more you know, the more you can take charge and bring about positive outcomes for your child and your family.” ~ Fathers Network

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