specialty programs

Early Intervention

In early intervention, therapists promote the function and engagement of infants and toddlers, and their families, in everyday routines. The team works to enhance a family’s capacity to care for their child and promote his or her development and participation in natural environments where the child and family live, work, and play.

Early intervention services and supports are typically provided to children under the age of 3 years, and their families. Early intervention ideally begins as soon as there is any suspicion of developmental delay, as much can be done to get a child back onto a typical developmental track.

Progressive Pediatric Therapy offers in-home and clinic-based therapy programs for children under three focused on building functional communication, social, self-help, and play skills.



“Juli's assertive approach to challenge Ty, born with Spina Bifida L5/S1, puts him on a path to mobility and independence, giving us hope for Ty's future.  She is an integral component to Team Titus.  I love medical professionals like Juli who truly care and love the work they do.” 

Angelica H.