Children’s Services

RHD’s unique, effective children’s services have helped thousands of children and their families achieve their behavioral and educational goals. RHD has a diverse continuum of services, with a solid network of resources and the ability to provide different services based on the needs of different populations.

You can turn to RHD for home- and community-based services for parents and caregivers of infants, toddlers and preschoolers identified as having an early childhood medical diagnosis or developmental delay, as well as behavioral health services to children/adolescents less than 21 years of age from the Philadelphia area.

If you need help help navigating Philadelphia’s systems and of care, and get an assessment of your child’s needs and support in choosing the service that fits for you, contact us:

For more information on RHD’s Children’s Services, contact:

  • Sandy Cox Scales
  • Executive vice President
  • 215-951-0300 ext. 3752
  • sandra@rhd.org

RHD’s Early Intervention provides treatment for infants and toddlers, birth to three years, with developmental delays. The program has a family focus on skill training to enhance developmental skills of the child. Services include: special instruction, social work, nutrition, occupational therapy, physical therapy, and speech/language therapy. FAQ: Early Intervention

Children’s Outreach Services Program (COSP) provides intensive community-based services to emotionally or developmentally challenged children and adolescents (from birth to age 21). Service needs and treatment recommendations are based on team decisions to ensure that all clinical, educational, and social issues are identified. FAQ: COSP

Early Intervention

RHD Early Intervention lays the groundwork for later success for children with developmental delays.