About Us
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Child and Family Connections empowers families to help their children learn and overcome challenges. The family, the service coordinator and therapy service providers work as a team. 

Together, we will: 

  • Talk about the challenges and concerns a family is having about their child
  • Choose the family's team to evaluate and provide services (if needed).  
  • Find out how the child is learning, moving, talking, eating, behaving, etc.
  • Determine if the child has a significant delay or diagnosis making him/her eligible
  • If eligible, hold a meeting to make an Individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP)
  • Come up with ideas to help the child and family learn new skills within their daily life. 

Frequently Asked Questions About CFC

What are some of the conditions that make a child eligible? 

  • Autism
  • Speech or Language Delays 
  • Cleft Palate
  • Feeding/Sleep Issues
  • Motor Delays
  • Vision or Hearing Loss
  • Low Birth Weight
  • Genetic Syndromes

What kinds of services do you provide? 

There are 16 service options including: 

  • Service Coordination
  • Developmental Therapy
  • Occupational Therapy
  • Hearing and Vision Services
  • Speech Therapy
  • Physical Therapy
  • Behavioral Services

Where do services take place? 

  • Family's Home
  • Childcare
  • Grandma or Auntie's Home

Is there a cost for these services? 

Evaluations are always free. If eligible, a participation fee is possible based on family size and income. 

If services only last until the child turns three, what then? 

Transition. At age 2 1/2 we begin the transition of children into other services. Children often go to Head Start, PreK, or Special Education Programs at their local school district. Child and Family Connections will work with your family and the appropriate programs to provide a smooth transition into the next services for your child.