Early Intervention Services
Act 212, the Early Intervention Services System Act, entitles all preschool children with disabilities to appropriate early intervention services. young children who are experiencing developmental delays or physical or intellectual disabilities their families are eligible for early intervention services. At-risk children are eligible for screening and tracking.
The Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare is responsible for providing services to infants and toddlers, defined as children from birth through two years of age. Contact Family Counseling Center of Armstrong County, (724) 545-1234.
The Pennsylvania Department of Education is responsible for providing services to preschool children from ages three through five. Contact ARIN I.U. 28, 1-800-272-ARIN.