Therapy is a key component in all of the services and programs at Wyoming Valley Children's Association. Our team of licensed therapists and early childhood specialists works together to provide a transdisciplinary approach to Early Intervention. Whether the child is involved in WVCA's Home-Based Therapy Program (therapists and teachers provide services in the child's home), the "Together We Grow" Preschool Program or Outpatient Programs (teachers and therapists provide individual sessions to the child at a regularly scheduled appointment), every child is afforded the opportunity for a comprehensive evaluation followed by an individualized treatment plan.
WIC provides the following services free of charge: • Vouchers for healthy food that can be redeemed at participating supermarkets and grocery stores. • Quality nutrition education • Information on how to prepare healthy, low-cost meals • Breastfeeding education and support for expecting and nursing mothers • Basic health screenings • Referrals to health and social services • Farmer’s Market Nutrition Program for those who qualify. WIC is for any pregnant, breastfeeding, and non-breastfeeding women of any age; infants and children under 5 years of age who: • Meet WIC income guidelines • Have a nutritional or medical need • Live in Pennsylvania