If your child is under the age of 3, and is showing delays in an area of development or is at high risk of a developmental delay or developmental disability your child may be eligible for early intervention services through Little Trees Pediatric Therapy, also called Early Start.
Contact your local Regional Center:
San Diego Regional Center – serving North County San Diego (Vendor # PY0281)
Inland Regional Center– serving Riverside County, including Temecula and Murrieta (Vendor # PJ4558)
Either you or someone else can refer your child to initiate the process to determine if your child is eligible to receive services.
Feeding is one of the most important activities that children engage in, and yet for some children it can be one of the most challenging. Little Trees has a passion for supporting families in feeding their children and helping families develop positive and healthy mealtimes together. With a more positive mealtime experience your child will develop a healthy attitude towards eating. Better feeding will lead your child to establish stronger roots which supports growth in all other areas!
Little Trees is able to provide highly skilled feeding therapy and parent support to help you and your child have a more positive mealtime experience!
See below to review common mealtime challenges experienced during the different ages and stages of childhood.
Little Trees Pediatric Therapy is a vendor for the San Diego Regional Center and Inland Regional Center. We specialize in providing early intervention services to infants and toddlers with a wide-range of developmental challenges. Little Trees also provides clinic-based, in-home, and community based therapy in North County San Diego and Riverside County.
Little Trees Pediatric Therapy’s team of therapists provide skilled therapy to help infants and toddlers meet their early developmental milestones and empowers families with the education, strategies, and tools to help their child in their day to day life.
We focus on the family as a whole, taking into consideration the family’s unique needs, culture, and goals for their child.
Playful interactions bring joy, stimulate curiosity, and help a child develop new skills as they explore and learn.
Supports the child’s ability to participate in and develop skills for increased independence in the family’s day-to-day routines at home and in the community.
GROW is our motto - Gaining skills, Reaching potential, One team, for the Whole child
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