BIRTH TO 3 | SEED

(Services for Early Education and Development) - Early intervention program providing services to children ages birth to three with developmental delays or disabilities in 38 towns. Evaluation and services are delivered to children and families in their natural environment, with the goal of supporting parents as their children grow and develop. Staff is comprised of early interventionists that are licensed, certified, or trained in various specialties including early childhood and special education; speech, physical, and occupational therapies; autism and other related disabilities.

BIRTH TO 3 | EdAdvance AUTISM PROGRAM

ECAP provides comprehensive early intervention services and assessment to children with characteristics of Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) in 38 towns. Individualized services are directed at sharing strategies with families which will enhance their child’s development and can be incorporated into the child’s natural daily routines and activities. A Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) oversees a staff comprised of early interventionists that are licensed, certified, or trained in various specialties including early childhood and special education; speech, physical, and occupational therapies; autism and other related disabilities. Download Autism Program Brochure

Contact: Bruni Edwards, Birth to 3 Program Manager 
860.567.0863 x170 | Email

NURTURING FAMILIES NETWORK

Nurturing Families Network is a home visitation program serving expectant families in Torrington and Winsted. Parent Educators provide developmental screenings, family and social and emotional assessments and referrals to community resources. Monthly parent group connections, children's play groups and parent/child activities for at-risk pre-natal mothers and fathers continue until the child is five years old. Download Nurturing Families Network Brochure

Contact: Lisa Candels, Nurturing Families Network Program Manager
860.773.3345 | Email 

WESTERN CONNECTICUT STATE UNIVERSITY CHILDCARE CENTER

An accredited National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) program, providing high quality, developmentally appropriate learning experiences for 32 children ages three to five. Two-thirds of the enrollment is comprised of children of university staff and students, with one-third of children from the surrounding community.

Contact: Lauren Halpin, Program Manager
203.837.8733 | 
Email

EdAdvance CENTER FOR CHILDREN'S THERAPY

The Center for Children's Therapy (CCT) is designed to provide convenient, high quality occupational, physical and speech-language therapy services to children from birth to age 21 at an affordable cost. CCT, a partnership with Brooker Memorial, provides a sliding fee structure and accepts HUSKY and private insurance. It is conveniently located in the Brooker Memorial facility at 157 Litchfield Street in Torrington. Download CCT Brochure

Contact: Brenda Johnson, CCT Coordinator
860.605.4871 | Email