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Early Intervention Program

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As part of the New Jersey Early Intervention System, St. John of God Community Services, Early Intervention Program provides a full range of services for children of with various developmental delays. Serving the birth to three populations, Early Intervention is considered the first and most vital step in a child’s development.

Early Intervention at St. John of God Community Services currently holds the contract to provide all assessments and evaluations in Gloucester County, as well as providing direct services in Salem and Cumberland counties. As part of Early Intervention’s services, case workers can evaluate a child’s development, provide an individualized development plan for that child, and any related services as directed.


For more information on Early Intervention at St. John of God Community Services, including evaluations and direct services, please contact the following:

Cathleen Scanlon, MSS, CPRP
Program Administrator
856-848-4700, ext. 1112
email: cscanlon@sjogcs.org

Susan Ross
Program Supervisor
856-358-1068, Ext. 2102

email:  sross@sjogcs.org

 

Referral Information

If you suspect that your child is not meeting developmental milestones for their age, you can request an evaluation of your child through the state, by calling (888) 653-4463. Currently, St. John of God Community Services provides all Early Intervention evaluations in Gloucester County and offers direct services in Gloucester, Salem and Cumberland counties.

 

New Jersey Birth to Three Early Learning Standards

Committed to quality of service, Early Intervention at St. John of God Community Services uses the New Jersey Birth to Three Early Learning Standards as a framework to understand and communicate developmentally appropriate expectations for infants and toddlers. These standards were developed by the New Jersey Council for Young Children and serves to provide families, child care providers, early childhood teachers, institutions of higher learning, community members and policy makers with research-based information to support best learning and development for infants and toddlers.

New Jersey Birth to Three Early Learning Standards (English)

New Jersey Birth to Three Early Learning Standards (Spanish)

 


 
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