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About the Los Angeles UCLA Intervention Program?
The UCLA Intervention Program is a place for children and their parents to practice and build skills through play in a specialized supportive environment. In more technical words, it is a center-based early intervention program providing educational, diagnostic, and therapeutic services to infants and toddlers (ages birth-36 months) with a range of developmental risks and disabilities. The school was founded in the 1950s, and has been in the same location since the 1960s.

The UCLA Intervention Program, currently serving Los Angeles children between birth-36 months of age, encourages individual development for each student and provides social interactions within a classroom environment. Each staff is trained and skilled at viewing each child within the context of typical child development, having the same basic needs as all children, as well as some that are uniquely his or her own. Each child receives the attention he or she needs to address any areas of concern as well as challenges that help develop their areas of strength as well. Since its inception 50+ years ago, this program has provided thousands of children in the Los Angeles area the opportunity to learn, grow, and develop in a safe, loving, and nurturing environment. Michael Ward adds. “All from a staff made up of some of the most talented, loving, compassionate, amazing people I have ever come across. The work that the school does is, in my humble opinion, nothing short of miraculous.”

More Information About the Los Angeles Based Program
Learning disabilities

We are helping children with learning disabilities in our community.

At the UCLA Intervention Program our goals are:

  • To provide educational and therapeutic services which promote development and quality of life for children and families.
  • To assist parents and extended family members as they adapt to and plan for the unique needs of their young child.
  • To learn more, visit the Los Angeles program for children with disabilities website.

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