ICEC

Programs


Since 1983 ICEC has provided comprehensive Early Intervention services to children with known or suspected developmental delays. Our mission is to Treat Special Needs with Special Care. This is accomplished through parent participation early intervention programs which focus on the entire family supporting each child. ICEC’s programs are provided to 1,000 children from birth to 5 years old annually; delivered in two Orange County facilities, by our 40 staff members consisting of Pediatric Occupational, Physical & Speech therapists, and Special Education Teachers. ICEC is a blend of many models of early intervention, we individualize each child’s program plan by not sticking to any one ‘method’ utilizing what works best for each individual child.

Early Intervention Program
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Early Intervention Program

The Early Intervention Program (EIP) is a collaborative program with the Intervention Center For Early Childhood (ICEC) and the Assistance League of Laguna Beach(ALLB). EIP provides weekly family-centered early intervention classes and specialized services for children who may be at risk or have known developmental delays.

Individual Therapy
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Individual Therapy

ICEC provides individual Speech, Occupational, and Physical Therapies in our Irvine clinic. We also provide infant stimulation, global developmental and behavior therapy sessions in center and in home.

group programs
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Group Programs

ICEC offers Parent Participation Group Programs for children with developmental disabilities ages birth through 5 years M-F Mornings. We have several group programs funded by the Regional Center of Orange County for children ages birth to 3. We also provide a preschool program for older children and offer sibling care for a nominal fee.

Teaching Our Preschoolers
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Teaching Our Preschoolers

TOPs is a small group therapeutic preschool for 2.5 - 4.5 year olds who are both typically developing and those with special needs. TOPs is offered mornings from 9 AM - 12 PM and is designed to supplement the developmental education of children who attend day classes or local preschools. Also, to offer a transition for children waiting for testing, IEPs, district placements, diagnoses, or other processes to be completed. We Potty Train!