BIPR’s Zero-to-Five Services addresses all of the concerns parents and early childhood educators have about infants and children. We believe that the early intervention and evaluation of young children will help them develop into happy and healthy adults. Additionally, the proper training and education of adults that are closely involved with young children will greatly assist this healthy development.
Often, parents are concerned about their child’s behavior and if it is part of child’s normal development or an issue that needs to be addressed. Frequent areas of concern include tantrums, following directions, social skills (making friends), violent behavior (hitting/biting/kicking), difficulties with eating and sleeping, language acquisition, and motor coordination. Our services are provided and supervised by licensed psychologists, social workers, and professional counselors.
Our program offers developmental and attachment-based assessments for children from infancy to five years of age. Assessments, conducted by a multidisciplinary team, are to identify early socio-emotional and cognitive concerns. Individualized recommendations are then made for early intervention and support for these identified difficulties. Areas of evaluation include
- Socio-Emotional Development
- Cognitive/Intellectual Functioning
- Language Development
- Motor Development
- Parent-Child Relational Functioning