Fort Jackson Building, 3rd Floor
19 South Washington Street, Waynesburg, PA 15370
Phone: 724-852-5276 / Toll Free: 888-317-7106 Fax: 724-852-5368
Office Hours: 8:30 a.m.4:30 p.m., MondayFriday
The Early Intervention Program provides developmental and educational services to Greene County children younger than three years old who have developmental delays. Services are offered at NO COST to all clients, regardless of the familyís income. Children qualify based on the results of a full developmental assessment. Following the development of an Individual Family Service Plan (IFSP), sessions are provided at the convenience of the family in the childís home or day care setting. ALL children are eligible for a FREE screening and assessment. To access these services, please contact the Early Intervention Program. Utilizing the programís help could greatly improve quality of life for children served.
Greene County Early Intervention Event(s)
Upcoming Early Intervention Events:
The EI-LICC presents: Health & Hygiene Awareness held from 10:00 pm - 12:00 noon pm on Thursday, September 14 at the Greene County Fairgrounds, 4-H Building (upper level), Waynesburg. Refreshments provided. Children's activities provided in the upper level. Must RVSP to be guaranteed supplies.
This training event qualifies you for participation in the 2017-18 Summer LICC Event.
RSVP to Lauren, Allicia, Erin, or Melissa at 724-852-5276 by Friday, September 8. Click HERE for event flyer.
October 25, 2017 'Trick or Trick to Safety'
Please Register in the Upper Auction Building when arriving!
*Informational displays on Greene County programs and resources.
Feel free to wear your "non-scary" halloween costume (optional) Trick-or-treat will occur at each of the informational booths following the evening's presentations.
FMI, call Lauren, Allicia, Erin, or Melissa at 724-852-5276, at the Early Intervention Program Office.
Click HERE for event flyer. Event sponsored by your Greene County Commissioners, the Greene County Human Services - Early Intervention Program, and the Family Stability Team of MAGIC.
Provides development services and supports to children (Birth-3 years old) and their families having a developmental delay or is at risk for having a developmental delay. A Multi-disciplinary Evaluation may be offered to determine the need for services and supports such as, Service Coordination, Special Instruction, Speech/Language Pathology, Physical Therpay, Occupational Therapy, Nutrition support, Hearing Special Instruction, Vision Special Instruction, and Social Work. Parent Trainings, Workshops, Social, and Networking opportunities are also available.
Families having children ages Birth-3 with:
A diagnosis/disability which may exhibit a delay.
A 25% developmental delay as a result of a Multidisciplinary Evaluation.
There are no income guidelines or waiting lists for Early Intervention Services.
Service Coordination support is provided by Greene County Human Services. Early Intervention contracts with other agencies to provide services, such as, Special Instruction, Speech/Language Pathology, Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Nutrition Support, Hearing Special Instruction, Vision Special Instruction, and Social Work. Families are afforded a choice in their service provider.
Parents may refer/request services for their child themselves by calling 724-852-5276.
Physician, child care, other support agency referrals are also welcome.
Local Interagency Coordinating Council (LICC):
Parent training, Workshops, and networking are offered through our LICC. The LICC is a group of parents and professionals involved in some manner with the Early Intervention program. This group meets at least 4 times per year to discuss and plan continuing/improving the E. I. program. The LICC also sponsors special events, trainings, workshops, etc. throughout the year at no cost to the families. Though membership is not required, it is encouraged and those parents attending will be compensated for their participation/attendance. Past activities have included; Story Hour, playgroups, field trips, and trainings to address; relationship building, potty training, budgeting, and more.