Queen Anne's County Public Schools

Preparing World-Class Students

Infants and Toddlers 
The first three years of a child’s life are the most critical time for learning.

A child's early years are full of excitement and change for every parent—a great balancing act between dreams and challenges. For families of young children with special needs, the challenges may seem overwhelming at times. Concerns about a child's development, or how a disability may affect his or her ability to grow and learn may overshadow those dreams for the future.

 

The Infants and Toddlers Program assists families of children with special needs during the first three years of the child's developmental journey. Support, information, and coordinated services in community settings are among the many aids provided to families to assist with the challenges and celebrate the gifts that each child has to offer.

 

Who is eligible?

Children from birth to third birthday who…

        may be slower than others in doing things.

        have a diagnosis putting them at-risk for delays.

        may have something about their development that is “just not right.”

▪    may have something about their behavior that causes concern
 

Staff

Infant and Toddlers Teachersabc
Andrea Braverman
Judy Steele
Susan Johnson

Nikki Werner

Speech Therapist
Betsy Baer

Occupational Therapist
Kerry Viardo

Physical Therapist
Kim Hazuda


Family Support
Kristy Mirando