Accessing Early Intervention Services
How to Help Your Own Family Members 
No parent wants to hear that anyone, especially their own family member, thinks that their child might be developmentally delayed. So how do you tactfully approach this subject if you have legitimate concerns about a child's development and that child just happens to be a grandson, niece or cousin?

As uncomfortable as it might be at first, it is crucial that the issue does get raised in order for the child to get evaluated in a timely manner and begin to receive services as soon as possible...
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Thank You To Our Families!

By Betsy Gamza, M.Ed
TEIS Developmental Therapist

In the Fall of 2014, we decided to start a Blog on our website. In today's day in age, there are so many AMAZING technological and creative ways to reach our families, that we decided to grow...again...which we do OFTEN and WELL..Read On!

Mini Pizza Muffins
Ready in 7 Minutes

Great quick lunch or dinner (even breakfast) that kids will love & SO very easy to make for Moms & Dads on the go!...Read On!

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Meet A TEIS Therapist

Shanna Ross, DPT 
Physical Therapist 

Shanna graduated with a doctorate in physical therapy from Chatham University after receiving her undergraduate degree in human biology/pre-physical therapy at Waynesburg University. She has worked with TEIS since 2013. Prior to that, she has had experiences in outpatient orthopaedic, acute care rehab, and skilled nursing. She was trained in newborn and infant massage at the Institute for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork. Her special interest areas include pediatric neuro rehab, research and evidenced based practice. She chose early intervention because of her passion for helping young children and families grow within their community. She feels the non-clinical, natural environment approach empowers not only the children but the family, as a whole. She has been married since 2006, has two sons and a rescue dog. Her hobbies include skiing, tennis, painting, reading, and gardening.

10 Songs for Gross Motor Movement
Help Your Toddler Work on Balance & Coordination

Toddlers love being active and on the go and what better way to have fun working on gross motor movement and balance and coordination skills than through the use of music and singing. For some great song & movement ideas for your child, click HERE.

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See What Others Are Saying About TEIS

"Early Intervention was such a blessing for my son and my family. He learned how to say multiple words and short phrases, as well as other developmental qualities. I'm so glad Early Intervention was able to help."



At TEIS, we specialize in Therapeutic Early Intervention Services for children from 0-3 years of age in Allegheny & Westmoreland Counites and Independent Evaluations in Beaver County. 

Your Child's Progress is our Passion! (SM)