Many times our clients or parents/ family members ask us for information on the services that are available. We have developed this list to provide you with an overview of these services. Please keep in mind that services are determined on an individualized basis. Services must be identified as needed on the Individual/Family Services Plan (IFSP), and provided in accordance with Harbor Regional Center service policies, which are posted on our website.
Program for Families of Infants and Toddlers Birth to 36 Months
Come join our parent training classes facilitated by HRC
therapists and specialists who are knowledgeable in infant and
toddler development. These classes are informative and
educational for the parent while offering the child a chance to
interact socially with other children. You’ll meet other parents
to share information and experiences with, and have the
opportunity to check out books and videos from our Resource and
Center, and toys from the Toy Lending
In order to determine if an infant or toddler is developmentally
delayed or at risk for delay, it is helpful to understand normal
child development and typical developmental milestones.
What is typical child development?
“Child development is a process every child goes through. This
process involves learning and mastering skills like sitting,
walking, talking, skipping, and typing shoes. Children learn
these skills, called “developmental milestones,” during
predictable time periods.”
Guiding young children with developmental concerns through a
successful early childhood requires special training and specific
knowledge. This is true for both parents and the professionals
that work with them. Providers and parents learning the same
content matter will promote and enhance their joint ability to
communicate more effectively regarding the needs of the child,
and encourage an effective partnership between them.