How to Get Help

Childhood evaluations and therapy services are available under
the Federal Early Intervention Program for Infants and Toddlers with Disabilities.

What Happens Next After Requesting Help?


1) You will receive a free and confidential evaluation provided by your county’s Early Intervention oversight organization.

2) If your child qualifies for services, you will be given the opportunity to choose a provider to be assigned to your child. 

3) The provider of your choice will contact you and schedule within the first 14 days.  Recurring, private in-home sessions will be scheduled during the first visit.

Click here to read our in-depth article about the Early Intervention Journey.

TEIS was the most requested provider in Pittsburgh during 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017! We look forward to working with your child.

 Once your child has qualified for Early Intervention services, the first treatment session can’t be scheduled soon enough! TEIS feels the same way. We pride ourselves in working with you to schedule the earliest possible date to begin the EI journey.

Don’t wait to get started.  The first three years of life go quickly!

Call TEIS at 412-271-8347 for information about Early Intervention or fill out the form below.

First Things First! Contact Us Using the Form Below.

                   (Southwestern Pennsylvania only)

We’ll Walk You Through The Steps to Getting Help.

Is Your Child 0-3 Years Old?

If you live in Pittsburgh or the surrounding areas, call TEIS at 412-271-8347 for information about Early Intervention.

Sign Up for Medical Assistance

Sign up for Medical Assistance with COMPASS, the online application for Pennsylvanians to apply for health and human service programs.


Contact your elected Legislator if you have any problems signing up. 

Find Your Legislator online application for Pennsylvanians to apply for many health and human service programs. 


When scheduling, be sure to choose TEIS as your child’s service provider!