Do you have concerns about your child’s development?
If your child is under the age of 3, you can make your own referral to be seen by our team by calling the Nevada Early Intervention Services referral line at 775-688-1341 and requesting to be evaluated at The Continuum. We are one of the state’s community partners.
Early intervention evaluations and services are provided at no-cost to families.
If you have questions about the services that we offer or qualification criteria, call us at 775-829-4700 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
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Services We Provide
We have a team of early intervention professionals that can assist your child based on specific needs:
- Developmental Specialists
- Registered Dietician
- Teacher of Visually Impaired
- Pediatric Audiologists
- Physical Therapists
- Speech and Language Pathologists
- Feeding Therapists
- Occupational Therapists
- Developmental Pediatrician
Read below to learn more about how each specialist can help with your child’s development.
- Provided by a licensed Developmental Specialist, with expertise and background in early childhood special education, this service focuses on designing instruction that strengthens caregiver/child relationships, strategies to implement therapy strategies within daily activities and routines, and support learning across multiple environments
- This specialized and unique evaluation is typically a one-time event, with follow up prior to your child’s third birthday if recommended. This doctor can diagnose several medical, developmental and behavior disorders, including autism spectrum disorder, Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (FAS), and other diagnoses.
- Provided by a registered dietitian (RD), this service is primarily consultative in nature, working in collaboration with your child’s multidisciplinary team. The RD can monitor growth and weight, provide consultation on dietary needs, manage feeding tube schedule in collaboration with your child’s medical team, and work alongside SLP and OTs to help child achieve feeding goals.
- This service is also primarily consultative in nature and provided by a licensed teacher of the visually impaired. This service identifies specific visual needs of your child in collaboration with your child’s multidisciplinary team and eye doctors and provides strategies to increase your child’s visual acuity.
- We contract with Nevada Early Intervention Services (NEIS) to provide hearing testing and screening with their specialized doctors of audiology who are uniquely trained with appropriate equipment for infants and toddlers from birth to age three