Oak Hill is a private provider of birth-to-three services, a program offered by the State of Connecticut. Birth-to-three services are designed to help families of children under the age of three with disabilities or delays such as sitting, walking and speech. Once you have qualified for the program, Oak Hill can provide various treatment services for your child. We will arrange to provide services wherever your child spends most of his or her day, e.g. home or day care facility. Our staff is comprised of certified therapists and developmental specialists have extensive pediatric expertise.
How does it work?
Your child is evaluated and if found eligible, a plan of services and supports are set up to meet the specific needs of your child and your family. This program is designed to help each family help themselves.
Aggie Pont, director, Oak Hill Birth to Three Program, (860) 242-2274 ext. 3118; email: firstname.lastname@example.org
What are my options for Birth-to-Three programs?
To learn about approved programs serving your town, call the state’s information line at 211 or (800) 505-7000, or visit:
Where will my child receive Birth to Three services?
Your child’s daycare facility or other environment where you child spends the most time during the day
Is there a fee for Birth to Three services?
Yes. The Connecticut Birth to Three System receives state and federal funding and families are asked to pay a monthly fee based on a sliding scale; some families pay for services through their private insurance. Learn more>>
Helping Build Better Lives
Our staff provides guidance to parents on how to arrange constructive ways to enhance their son or daughter's abilities. On her experience with staff, one parent said, "I loved them from the time I met them. I feel like we made a connection. I really like the approach they take with assisting kids with disabilities."