Why Choose ACP Early Intervention
Who We Are:
ACP Early Intervention operates as an approved New York State Early Intervention Service Provider. We provide home-based and center-based Early Intervention programming for children ages three and under who are either suspected of having or at risk for developmental delays or disabilities.
What We Offer
Our staff and clinicians are some of the best! They are compassionate, friendly, highly-skilled individuals working with clients, families, each other, and the wider community to provide comprehensive care and services. Join our team.
Our employees, formerly MKSA and City Pro Group, each bring over 25 years of experience to those they serve! We have worked as a team to help children with developmental disabilities and their families Achieve Countless Possibilities. We are proud of our experienced professionals who can address a multitude of developmental and educational needs that can accelerate a child’s progress. Our agency’s special strength comes from our years of experience, our emphasis on advanced training, our ability to accentuate the positive, and our strong sense of personal commitment to each child.
Our Disciplines Our Professionals Are Here To Help Achieve Countless Possibilities!
As a multicultural team, we recognize, understand, and honor each family’s unique needs and preferences during the entirety of the evaluation process. Additionally, our services are thoughtfully provided in a multitude of languages, so you and your child feel informed and at home.
Could My Child Benefit From Services?
If A Child Is Determined Eligible, EI Services May Include:
Services provided to enhance a child’s development of learning, play and social skills
Applied Behavior Analysis:
ABA: a systematic behavior approach in treating children, primarily used in children with autism
Speech/ Language Therapy:
Helps children who have motor difficulty with chewing or swallowing
Helps a child develop motor control and proper oral muscular movements
Helps develop large muscle skills needed for crawling, walking and climbing
Helps develop fine motor skills, eye-hand coordination, self-help skills, sensory and motor development
Provides information, emotional support and assistance for family members in accessing community resources
Works with a child or members of the family on issues surrounding or impacted by the child’s developmental delay
Teaches parents and caregivers strategies for helping their child achieve success in daily activities
Helps the family navigate the early intervention system as well as other services available