Child and Family Connections 13 Questions
- How do I know if my child qualifies?
- How much do services cost?
- What Counties does Child and Family Connections #13 serve?
- What happens when my child turns three?
- What is Child and Family Connections?
- What type of services are offered?
- Where do services take place?
How do I know if my child qualifies?
Any child that shows at least a 30% delay in their development qualifies for Child and Family Connections’ services. A child can also qualify due to a diagnosis and/or clinical opinion. A child’s developmental delays are evaluated by two of our licensed therapists.
How much do services cost?
We offer our services on a slide scale based on a family’s income and household size. For most people, our services are very affordable.
What Counties does Child and Family Connections #13 serve?
Fulton, Hancock, Henderson, Knox, McDonough, Mercer, Rock Island, Schuyler and Warren Counties.
What happens when my child turns three?
Child and Family Connections will be sure to put you in touch with your local school district or a similar service to ensure that your child receives the help they need to reach their full potential.
What is Child and Family Connections?
Child and Family Connections is part of the Early Intervention program and offers services to families for infants and toddlers with developmental delays from birth to age three.
What type of services are offered?
Child and Family Connections offers individualized developmental, physical, occupational and speech language therapy. Child and Family Connections also regularly offers screenings in our service area for no cost to families.
Where do services take place?
Child and Family Connections tries to offer their therapeutic services in the Child’s natural environment, such as at home or at daycare. This has been proven to be the most effective place to offer these services to children.
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