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Birth to Three (Early Intervention)

Early Intervention (Birth to Three)

  • Do you have a child aged 0-3 years and are asking if this makes sense for you?

  • Downloadable forms and assembly suggestions to help you organize important information about your child (medicines, therapies, treatments, health history, contact information, resources, and emergency information).

  • Resources to help you find local quality childcare.

  • Walla Walla Family Resource Center offers several programs to assist with early learning.

  • CSHCN Coordinator, Walla Walla County Health Department, 314 West Main Street, Walla Walla. (509) 524-2650

  • Early intervention services are designed to enable children birth to 3 with developmental delays or disabilities to be active and successful during the early childhood years and in the future in a variety of settings—in their homes, in child care, in preschool or school programs, and in their communities. Services are provided through ESD 123.

  • A goldmine of information - everything you wanted to know about resources, services, advocacy, planning ahead, and development of your child age 0 to 3 years.

  • Music Together® is a music program for babies, toddlers and preschoolers, from birth to 5 years, and the grown ups who love them. In our classes, music is learned through playful, fun activities that are developmentally appropriate and research-based.

  • A self-directed questionnaire for every stage of life. For Ages 0-3: "I want to grow up and have a future that makes the most of the things I like to do and have an interest in. I’ll need some extra support when it comes to learning and developing, but there are people who can help with that."

  • Research has shown that teaching sign language to young children is beneficial to all children, whether they have speech and language delays or not.

  • People need supports to lead good lives. Using support from lots of different sources helps to create a full, inclusive life that’s not limited to, or defined by, paid services.

  • Since 1954, the Washington Elks Therapy Program for Children has provided home-based occupational or physical therapy to children with developmental delays or physical disabilities. Services are provided at no cost to the family served.

  • Our mission is to ensure that all babies and toddlers have a strong start in life. At ZERO TO THREE, we envision a society that has the knowledge and will to support all infants and toddlers in reaching their full potential.