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St. Mary's Hospital for Children
Early Intervention Program
Sponsor/Parent Agency:St. Mary's Healthcare System for Children
Address:29-01 216th Street Bayside NY 11360
Telephone(s):(718) 281-8606 (800) 270-2478
World Wide Web: http://stmaryskids.org/patients-and-families/services/early-intervention-cpse/
If you suspect your infant has a developmental delay, help is available through New York State’s Early Intervention (EI) Program and approved agencies like St. Mary’s. EI helps identify and treat developmental delays in children from newborn to 3 years of age. EI offers parents access to experts who will evaluate their children in any of the following five common areas of development:
Cognition (thinking skills)
Communication (expressive and receptive language skills)
Physical Movement (body, arm and leg skills)
Adaptive (daily living skills)
If eligible, the child and family may receive services from an EI-approved agency like St. Mary’s. EI evaluations and services are provided at no out-of-pocket cost to the family.
Mon-Fri, 8:30 am - 4 pm.
Children age 0-3.
Referral to NYS Early Intervention, Receipt of EI number, Parental consent for EI services.
Fees/Methods of Payment:Free.
Services Offered:Day Care, Early Intervention for Developmentally Delayed, Health Care, Mutual Support Groups,
Target Groups(By Need):At Risk Youth,