Early Intervention

Early-InterventionEarly Intervention services give children with disabilities the best start in life.

Serving the Youngest Among Us

The biggest developmental impacts happen before age three when our brains are supercharged to learn and grow. That’s why Benchmark Human Services is involved in all aspects of care for the youngest among us — from overseeing regional programs to providing hands-on services through federal and state programs. Early Intervention services help babies and toddlers with disabilities or delays learn new skills that typically develop during the first three years of life including physical, cognitive, social/emotional, and communication skills.

Infant & Toddler Services

This program ensures that families with infants and toddlers experiencing developmental delays or disabilities have access to early intervention services in the child’s natural environment. Additionally, Benchmark provides guidance, education, evaluation, and developmental direction to families and their young children, along with an array of specialized therapeutic support.

Benchmark’s Infant and Toddler programs are based in:

  • Connecticut: Serving Danbury, Bridgeport and Stratford areas.  (866) 417-7202
  • Indiana: Serving Elkhart, St. Joseph, LaGrange and Lake Counties. (888) 596-6290
  • Virginia: Serving Fairfax County. (703) 342-4690
  • Montana: Serving DDP Region 2.
    Benchmark Human Services
    18 6th Street North, Suite 100D
    Great Falls, MT 59401
    Local: (406) 403-0087
    Toll Free: (866) 235-4700
    Fax: (406) 403-0088
  • Florida: Coming Soon, Spring 2018!

System Point of Entry

In St. Louis, Missouri, Benchmark administers the state contract coordinating care for families as they enter and navigate through the early intervention system, generally called the System Point of Entry (SPOE). SPOE also coordinates providers’ care schedules with families and providers’ state training requirements. The program serves families of St. Charles and St. Louis counties and St. Louis City in Missouri.  For updates about services and activities, providers and parents may access: