The early years of childhood present a crucial window for developing neural pathways in the brain. Early intervention after a diagnosis in infant or young child is very important. Local school districts offer early intervention services or search for private clinics or resources for birth to age 3 in your area. Your pediatrician should be able to put you in contact with local service providers. Some of the services you may receive include PT (Physical Therapy), OT (Occupational Therapy) & SPI (Speech Therapy). Early intervention resources can be found at the National Early Childhood TA Center website. Contact the Department of Developmental Disabilities in your area for information about respite and/or rehabilitation care services for your child. Typically, you need to schedule an appointment for the intake meeting that determines qualifying for services.