Services provided for infants and toddlers include:
- Developmental evaluations that focus on early childhood development and are typically requested for infant, toddlers, and preschool children to determine whether or not development is occurring at expected rates in the areas of cognitive, language, motor, social, and adaptive functioning, or whether “developmental delays” exist that warrant early intervention services.
- Autism evaluations to determine if the child meets criteria for an autism spectrum diagnosis. An autism evaluation may include cognitive, adaptive, language, developmental, and motor testing. Tests such as the ADOS-2 and Vineland Adaptive Behavior Scales, which are often required to obtain services such as ABA, are included as appropriate.