Early Intervention Program

Young children in Southern California who are blind, visually impaired or have multiple disabilities increase their visual functioning, sensory awareness, communication and social skills in our early intervention program. Also, our services improve children’s physical, cognitive and emotional development. We help families become successful advocates for their children’s education and care. Children ages birth to 3 receive home visits. Children ages 4 to 6 participate in quarterly events. Our early intervention specialists collaborate with family members, medical professionals, caregivers and teachers.

Infants and toddlers, ages birth to 3, in Southern California* who live have vision loss or significant multiple disabilities. Children ages 4 through 6 who meet the same criteria attend quarterly events.

*Our early intervention services extend to the following Regional Centers: Eastern Los Angeles, Harbor, Inland, Kern, Frank D. Lanterman, North Los Angeles, San Gabriel/Pomona, South Central Los Angeles, Tri-Counties and Westside.

A toddler wearing glasses smiles at the camera.

Liberty was diagnosed with several visual impairments just before her second birthday. She struggled to see objects right in front of her and to process what she was seeing. Thankfully, her parents found Wayfinder Family Services.

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