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Early Intervention Program
When a child is born prematurely or the parents feel that a child’s development is lagging behind that of his or her peers, parents with children up to the age of 3 can contact YVY through the New York City Department of Health for service coordination and evaluation.
The program serves 450 children and is licensed by the New York State Education Department and funded by the New York City Department of Mental Health. It provides both core and supplemental evaluations to infants and toddlers referred to the program. All evaluations are conducted in the dominant language of the family. After the evaluations, an Individualized Family Service Plan ("IFSP") is developed and YVY provides the services which addresses the cognitive, communicative, physical and occupational, emotional, and psychological needs of the child.
Home And Community-Based Rehabilitation Services
This program is designed to provide severely developmentally delayed children up to age 21 with life skill services including personal hygiene, dressing, shopping, use of transportation, etc. In addition, clients will be provided with the opportunity to participate in education-based and socially appropriate recreation activities. Parents are also offered respite opportunities.