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Thom Child and Family Services works with over 14,000 infants, toddlers, and families throughout Massachusetts – providing critical Early Intervention and related services. Our dedicated occupational and physical therapists, social workers, nurses, speech-language pathologists, educators, counselors and other specialists are committed to working collaboratively with families, child care providers, and other professionals to facilitate each individual child’s development.
With nearly 1,000 employees and 14 programs, Thom Child and Family Services is able to quickly respond to referrals to our Early Intervention, Pregnancy and Newborn Support, and Regional Consultation Programs. We provide services to infants, toddlers, and their families in 161 cities and towns in Massachusetts.
Latest News From Thom
- An article recently published in the Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders details the work being done by principal investigator, Roula Choueiri, MD, from the Division […]
- Thom Child and Family Services wishes a happy and healthy retirement to Lorraine Sanik, who served as an early intervention Director for 43 years. Lorraine was […]
- Thom Child and Family Services has gratefully received a generous contribution from the Dean Foundation for Little Children. The Dean Foundation is a family organization that […]
- Thom Child and Family Services operates two Welcome Family programs, one at our Thom Anne Sullivan Center in Lowell, and the other in Springfield through Thom […]
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Early Intervention (EI) in Massachusetts is a statewide, family-centered, developmental service. Thom Child & Family Services offers the earliest possible intervention and support for children birth to three years old who have developmental difficulties due to identified disabilities or whose development is at risk due to certain birth or environmental circumstances.
Thom Child & Family Services offers free home visits to pregnant women, new mothers and their infants who live in Springfield and Greater Lowell area of Massachusetts.
Regional Consultation Programs (RCPs) provide consultation, family support, and community-wide workshops and training in Massachusetts. Eligible children must be enrolled in a certified Early Intervention Program and meet one or more of the following criteria: the child has extensive medical and/or healthcare needs, complex care needs, or multiple disabilities.