Early Intervention Programs
CEID programs combine specialized early childhood education with extensive therapies (including speech, occupational, and physical); home visits; and parent education and support. The members of our staff have master’s degrees in deaf education, speech therapy, occupational therapy, social work, and infant mental health. Our team also includes a consulting clinical psychologist and a consulting neuro-developmental pediatrician.
Who is eligible?
Any child from birth to 5 years of age who has one or more of the following:
• Suspected hearing loss
• Diagnosed hearing loss of any degree (mild,
moderate, severe, or profound)
• Severe speech and language delay or other
• Deaf parent and a speech and language delay
or a severe communication delay
Children meeting any of the criteria above may benefit from our programs. Referrals for CEID services typically come from regional centers or local school districts. Parents/ guardians and pediatric providers may also contact us directly to inquire about our services.
Director of Programs and Operations
510.848.4800 Ext 301
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