Why STRiVE’s Early Intervention Program is SO Important

Listen as one of our clients explains how beneficial STRiVEs Early Intervention Program is.

She says,

STRiVE has helped my family specifically with early intervention services, my daughter has struggled with behavioral issues and a pretty severe speech delay & something that just really gives me comfort as a mother is knowing how much this Early Intervention Program really cares about these kids and I know any other parent in our services would say the same thing.

Any childhood diagnosis can set a parent on a stressful expedition for solutions.

And many times parents place their child into the first program they find instead of finding one that fits their child’s needs.

Here at STRiVE we offer a variety of Child & Families Services to meet the diversity of special needs that families face.

We offer several options and expert guidance to help you navigate this journey.

With a focus on early identification & early interventions for children on the spectrum, STRiVE provides interventions that are dynamic, comprehensive, and systematic to support your family & child’s progress.

The NICHD explains that

Early diagnosis of and interventions for autism are more likely to have major long-term positive effects on symptoms and later skills.

Not only does early intervention give your child the best start possible, it also provides the best opportunity for them to develop to their full potential.

Recent guidelines suggest that the sooner a child begins an integrated developmental and behavioral intervention, the greater the chance they have for learning and progressing.

Studies show that diagnosis and treatment at younger ages can provide:

A higher intelligence quotient (IQ, a measure of thinking ability) than the average child with autism
Better language and motor skills
And the ASDF says,

Research has shown that early intervention can improve a child’s overall development. Children who receive autism-appropriate education and support at key developmental stages are more likely to gain essential social skills and react better in society.

If you have questions on how to get started please contact out team at 970-243-3702 or check out our Children & Family Services page HERE.