Resources For Parents

Watch a video | Early Years and Parent Involvement.
This 4-minute video features a mom speaking about parent involvement opportunities and the early experience of educating her son, Trent, with Down syndrome.


Servicing Children From Birth to 3 Years Old

Early intervention and your rights


​​ O.W.L. Academy Early Intervention Program

Early intervention parental rights.
From the My Child Without Limits website.


Listed below are resources for both parents and therapists. Please check back with us as new and informative resources are continuously being updated.

  • Department of Health
      www.health.ny.gov/community/infants_children/early_intervention/

  • American Speech and Hearing Association (ASHA)
       www.asha.org

  • American Physical Therapy Assocation(APTA)
       www.apta.org

  • American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA)
       www.aota.org

  • National Assocation of Social Workers (NASW)
       www.naswnyc.org


  • Service Coordinator
      www.servicecoordinator.org


Tips for your child’s developmental assessment.
From  ZERO TO THREE, the National Center For Infants, Toddlers and Families.




A parent’s guide to early intervention.
While this guide is written for New York parents, its basic information about EI and parent involvement will be helpful to all.




Find out about your rights in your state.




Join the Early Intervention Family Alliance.
The Early Intervention Family Alliance is a national group of family leaders dedicated to improving outcomes for infants and toddlers with disabilities and their families. The EIFA works to assure meaningful family involvement in the development of Part C policies and their implementation at community, state and federal levels.




A parent’s perspective.
This article, Early Intervention for Young Children on the Autism Spectrum, gives you the parent’s perspective.