Developmental intervention services are services rendered by a certified teacher with specialized training in children ages birth-five. Developmental Interventionists have training in all major areas of development (motor, cognitive, communication, adaptive and social skills), but often focus on the expansion of play, cognitive/language, pre-academic and social skills.

The Chatter Box offers services in the home on an individual basis or as part of a small group (for children between 24 and 36 months) that meets at the facility.


Led by our developmental interventionists. Serves children 2-3 years of age with and without developmental disabilities


Led by a developmental interventionist with Master’s level teaching certificate. Serves children 3-5, with and without developmental disabilities.

Social Skills Group

Social skills group focuses on skills such as communication with peers, turn-taking and sharing, and identifying and understanding emotions.  This group is run by a speech-language pathologist and/or occupational therapist