Wicomico Birth to Five Program
Contact:
Patti Adkins
Coordinator of Infants / Toddlers, Extended Part C Option and Child Find

Current Newsletter:


Upcoming Events:
March 1 - Playgroup at Ward Museum 10-11am
(Drop in Art Jr.)
(RSVP - Kelly Soscia at 410-677-5250 or ksoscia@wcboe.org)

April 5 - Playgroup at Fruitland Fire Department 10-11am
(Fire Truck Rides)
(RSVP - Kelly Soscia at 410-677-5250 or ksoscia@wcboe.org)


May 3 - Playgroup at Salisbury Airport 10-11am
(State Police Helicopter - Trooper 4)
(RSVP - Kelly Soscia at 410-677-5250 or ksoscia@wcboe.org)

June 7 - Playgroup at Crown Sports Center 10-11am
(RSVP - Kelly Soscia at 410-677-5250 or ksoscia@wcboe.org)


No Playgroup in July 2017

August 2 - Playgroup at Salisbury Zoo 10-11am
(Meet at Ben's Red Swings)
(RSVP - Kelly Soscia at 410-677-5250 or ksoscia@wcboe.org)



Play Groups Information:
All playgroups are free to attend and help the first Wednesday of the month @ 10am. Playgroup is open to any child who is between the ages of birth to five years old and a resident of Wicomico County. Please call/email Kelly @ 410-677-5250 or ksoscia@wcboe.org to confirm your attendance and playgroup location or if you have any questions. Locations are subject to change. Children must be accompanied by an adult and some activities require signed parent/guardian release of liability to participate.

2017 Spring Playgroup Schedule
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The Wicomico County Infants and Toddlers Program provides an array of services to children from birth through age three. The Program is family-centered & community based. Services are designed to maximize the developmental potential of children while providing support to families. Through collaboration with hospitals & community agencies, the Program also helps families navigate the range of services that are outside the scope of the early intervention system. Services are provided by the Wicomico County Public Schools, the Wicomico County Department of Health,the Wicomico County Department of Social Services & a variety of non-profit organizations. At the age of three, if the child continues to be eligible for services, the family may choose to continue on an Extended IFSP until the age off our. Services will remain in the natural environment. At the age of four, if the child continues to be eligible, an individualized education plan (IEP) will be written. Services are provided at no cost to families. Among the range of services that may be offered to children and families:
  • Speech Therapy
  • Occupational Therapy
  • Physical Therapy
  • Nursing services
  • Social Work
  • Audiology Services
  • Family Counseling
Referrals can be made by calling (410) 677-5250 between 8:00 a.m. & 4:00 p.m., Monday-Friday.