• Specialized Staff

     We offer a split model of service delivery. Staff members:

     

    1. Provide family training services directly to the children and families regarding a hearing and/or vision impairment.

     

    2. Work with other local professionals to ensure that families are accessing all of the services that are available and may be beneficial to the development of their child.

     

    Early Intervention staff members hold a minimum of a bachelor’s degree in education or social services. Staff certifications range from master's level teaching, speech therapy, special education and counseling degrees to bachelor’s degrees in a social service related areas. 

     

    All staff members hold the SC infant toddler credential and participate in regular training to ensure that they have the most current information available. Staff members receive training in Babynet regulations, which pertain to SC children ages birth to three who have been diagnosed with vision and/or hearing disabilities.