Regional Centers can help individuals with developmental disabilities starting from birth through adulthood. Learn more about this important resource.
Does your child have a disability or possibly a developmental delay? Regional Centers can provide/coordinate services for children with developmental disabilities. For children from birth through age three, Regional Centers are a service provider for those with, or having risk of having, developmental disabilities. They can provide early intervention services, such as speech and language therapy, physical therapy, parent support, and occupational therapy. Regional Centers have specific criteria for who may qualify for services and support. The Centers must conduct their own assessments to determine if a child is eligible.
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QUICK TIP: You may also be able to receive similar early intervention assessments and services through your medical insurance. Check with your insurance provider to find out which services may be covered.