Without La Vida Felicidad’s early intervention staff my son would not be where he is today.”
Our Early Intervention program provides family-centered services to infants and children (birth to three years of age) who have or who are at risk for developmental disability or delay. Services are provided to families who live in Valencia County.
Infants and toddlers are eligible to receive our services if they are found to have a developmental delay through the process of a developmental evaluation OR if they are determined to be at risk for developmental delay due to biological, medical, or environmental risk factors.
The activities that the therapists use at home with my son are very appreciated and easy to follow. They all work with me and include me when we need to make decisions about my son’s therapy.”
For more information about a child’s development from birth to three years and about early intervention services, please visit the New Mexico Family Infant Toddler (FIT) Program website. A good resource for new parents is the New Mexico Public Health Day One website which includes videos and resources for parenting and supporting your baby’s social and emotional development.
Our family-centered early childhood services are provided in the most natural environment for the child and family, which usually is the family’s home.
Services can also take place at a babysitter’s home, day care center, or other community location chosen by the family.
If you are interested in learning more about our Early Intervention Program, in Valencia County, please contact Stephanie Hurbina at email@example.com or call 505-865-4651.