Families First Free Training in English and Spanish
Posted by Temple University on October 06, 2014
Does your child have developmental delays or special needs?
The Families First program offers
on the basics of Early Intervention (birth to age 5) in Philadelphia.
how to access services to enhance your child’s development.
from Early Intervention (EI) families.
your child’s rights for EI services.
UPCOMING 2014 FREE TRAINING SESSION:
Monday, October 27
10:30 AM – 2:30 PM
St. Christopher’s Hospital for Children
3601 A Street
Philadelphia, PA 19134
Education Conference Room
(Main hospital building, lower level)
✦Session simultaneously conducted in English and Spanish
(Please indicate your chosen language when registering.)
For more information contact:
tel: 215-204-1772 email: cathyRM@temple.edu
or check our web page:
Families First is provided by the Institute on Disabilities at Temple University through a contract with Philadelphia’s Department of Behavioral Health and Intellectual disAbility Services (DBHIDS) and Elwyn SEEDS (Special Education for Early Developmental Success).
The Philadelphia Interagency Coordination Council
Institute on Disabilities
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