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Your Child’s Progress is our PassionSM

Empowering Families with Children Ages 0 – 3
in Allegheny, Westmoreland, & Beaver Counties in Western PA

Questions about your child's gross motor development?

Gross motor skills involve the large muscles in the arms, legs, and body. These skills relate to your child being able to roll over, sit up independently, crawl, and eventually walk. If you have questions about your child’s motor skill development, take our questionnaire today.

Take the Motor Skills Questionnaire

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Why You Should Choose TEIS

TEIS hires only the most qualified therapists to provide services, giving families and caregivers the tools to allow their children to reach their full potential.  But don’t take our word for it. Read a parent’s story of why TEIS was the perfect fit for the whole family.  Read More!


How Do I Get Started?

The process to getting your child help is simple, and we’ll walk you through the steps. In order to get started, your child needs an independent evaluation. Then, TEIS can provide Therapeutic Service.  Read More!

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.

We absolutely loved every one of our therapists! They were all extremely friendly & so kind to our entire family.

Shannon, K.


A few stories from TEIS Families…

Robbie's Story

Sarah sought an early intervention evaluation for her son, Robbie, because of concerns about his communication skills… Read on!

Alex's Story

Alex was born 4 weeks prematurely and had a rough beginning.  He was not breathing at birth and needed a lot of help to get started… Read on!

Julionna's Story

Like many parents, Angela and Jondelle turned to their daughter’s pediatrician to discuss concerns with Julionna’s speech development… Read on!

Alexander's Story

“We noticed that our son, Alexander, was a little behind in reaching the usual milestones for crawling and standing, and didn’t want to delay getting help for him.”  … Read on!

Have you seen our recent article in the Tribune Review?

Continued education for therapists key to TEIS success”

Read it here!