- Home visits
- Center-based services
- Community-based services in the family’s natural environment, including child care settings
- Parent groups
- Parenting Education classes
- Transition assistance when your child
reaches age three and is ready to move to another early childhood program
- “Graduate Academy” classes for parents to learn about next steps for their child’s programs and how to be their child’s voice in school settings
- Developmental assessments
- Speech and language assessments
- “Tot Talk” classes for children with language delays
- Occupational therapy consults, evaluation and therapy
- Physical Therapy consultations
- Transportation to and from EPU if needed
- SCERTS Class for children with communication and self-regulation difficulties
- Child Development
- Early Childhood Education
- Occupational Therapy
- Physical Therapy
- Speech Therapy
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Is there a cost?
There is no direct cost to families or children; however, children must be referred by Central Valley Regional Center, which funds EPU to provide early intervention services.
Do you provide services to rural areas?
EPU serves families throughout Fresno County through home visitation and the provision of transportation to families so that children can attend play groups and parents can attend parent groups. EPU maintains a satellite program in Firebaugh that provides a full range of services every Friday. This outreach program is located at the United Methodist Church in Firebaugh.
I think my child might qualify. Who do I call?
If you suspect your child might have a disability, please call the Central Valley Regional Center(CVRC) at (559) 276-4300.