UCLA Intervention Program
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
The UCLA Intervention Program believes in and respects the uniqueness and potential of each child. Our vibrant classrooms and beautiful play yards create an exciting and supportive environment where there is always room to grow. By using a transdisciplinary approach, the team is able to formulate a comprehensive classroom plan tailored to the specific needs of each child.
For more information, visit the UCLA Intervention Program site.
UCLA Head Start Program
Early Head Start provides early, continuous, intensive, and comprehensive child development and family support services to low-income infants and toddlers and their families, and pregnant women and their families. Early Head Start focuses on promoting school readiness services and advocacy for low-income families to promote optimal child health, nutrition, and development. The program also aims to improve family outcomes through designing responsive services that meet the needs of the community. Services are designed to nurture healthy attachment between parents and their child (and child and caregiver) from pregnancy to the child’s third birthday.
Visit the UCLA Head Start Program site for more information.