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Infant & Toddler Development

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Infant & Toddler Development

The Infant and Toddler Development Program (ITDP) is for families with infants and young children who:

  • may become delayed in Development because of prematurity, social, or economic concerns;
  • are diagnosed with special needs, such as Down syndrome, cerebral palsy, or spina bifida; or
  • are delayed in development.

Infant Development Workers are specialists in child development who offer:

  • home visits, consultations, and support to parent groups;
  • developmental assessments to identify your child’s strengths and needs;
  • activities which promote learning and development;
  • support in dealing with the changing responsibilities of parenthood;
  • information about community resources and professional services;
  • help for parents in become advocates for their children;
  • service coordination with other community agencies; and
  • community education.

The Infant and Toddler Development Program accepts referrals from parents and, with a parent’s consent, from doctors and staff of community agencies and hospitals.  Please fax your referral to 705-741-4261.

Last modified on Mar 29, 2018