The CCC Infant-Toddler Therapy Services Program provides Early Intervention services to children birth to three years of age who have a
developmental delay or disability. Therapies and instruction that are provided include Physical Therapy, Speech Therapy, Occupational Therapy,
Special Instruction, and Nutrition services.
Therapies are provided weekly, bi-monthly or monthly dependent upon the child's needs. Therapies are provided in the child's natural environment
with parents/guardians, sibling or other family members present. This includes your home, grandparent's home, daycare, babysitter's,
community and playground. These family-based therapies are designed to strengthen the relationship with parent and child, and to provide
opportunities for parents to learn how to incorporate it into their daily routines that will assist their child in meeting his/her development
All ITTS staff have extensive pediatric experience and are licensed or credentialed to provide service in Pennsylvania. The program currently
services infants and toddlers residing in Butler, Armstrong, Beaver and Allegheny counties.
The ITTS programs is funded through a grant from the Office of Child Development and Early Learning (OCDEL). Services are provided free of
charge to all children birth to three years of age eligible for the program.
Each county has an Early Intervention program which may be reached directly. For the counties in which we provide services the referral
numbers are as follows:
You may also call the CONNECT line at 1.800.CONNECT to find contact information for all Early Intervention programs in PA.
For more information about the Infant-Toddler Therapy Services Program, contact Program Director, Becky Werner at 724-283-3198 ext. 249.
We are an active member of the Early Intervention Providers Association.