Center based early intervention services, in a group-setting, for children ages 18 – 36 months who are at risk or show evidence of developmental delays. 

Program Services Offered:

  • A multi-disciplinary team of professionals is assigned to work with the child and family. 
  • Trans-disciplinary evaluations
  • Therapy consultation
  • Developmentally appropriate activities in all areas of development
  • Consultation by professionals in child development (Spanish translation available)
  • Integration with typically developing peers
  • Parent training and information
  • Parent education/resource/referral
  • Regularly scheduled parent education and support groups
  • Daily snacks
  • Morning and afternoon sessions
  • Child to staff ratio of 1:3

Eligibility Requirements:

  • Experiencing a delay in two or more areas of development or at risk of delay or diagnosed with an established disability
  • Between the ages of 18 – 36 months
  • Ready to socialize with other children
  • Medically stable to participate with other children
  • Children who are born prematurely, prenatally exposed to drugs, or with specific conditions, diagnoses or special needs may qualify for services. 

How to Enroll:

  1. Through a referral source or by arranging an appointment with the Program Director
  2. Complete an admissions packet, available at the campus
  3. Individuals are welcome to schedule a tour of the program site prior to enrollment 
Early Intervention is a program provided under Part C of IDEA. Here in the State of California, services are provided under California’s Early Start Program. 

Funding Information:

Contact Information:

Program is offered at both our Orange and Fullerton campuses.
Program Director at Orange campus: Adeline Akogyeram – (714) 633-7400, ext. 248
Program Director at Fullerton campus: Sofia Martinez – (714) 680-6060