Early Learning

Addressing learning obstacles head-on. Reaching over 10,000 children each year, our early intervention services help children with autism and other differing abilities interrupt delays and accelerate learning. Our work is especially relevant now, as autism spectrum disorder is the fastest-growing developmental issue facing families today.

Early impact. Wide reach.

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Early Intervention Services

Elwyn is proud to be the exclusive provider of early intervention services to all children 3-5 years old in the City of Philadelphia and City of Chester in Delaware County who have autism and other differing abilities.

With early identification and treatment services, individuals living with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) achieve better outcomes and live more self-directed lives. While only a fraction of individuals are identified with ASD in early childhood, early intervention can improve communication and social skills for children on the autism spectrum. Please call if you have a developmental concern about your child. An intake coordinator will schedule a multidisciplinary evaluation for your child and family. We are here to help.

Counties:

Philadelphia
215-222-8054

City of Chester in Delaware County
610-872-4590

Preschool Programs

Giving children a stronger start. Call to learn about our programs.

5548 Chestnut St, Philadelphia, Pa
215-471-3320
Programs: PreK Counts PHL preK

2001 West Lehigh Ave, Philadelphia, Pa
215-383-1552
Programs: PreK Counts, Head Start

1930 S. Broad St, Philadelphia, Pa
215-422-4902
Programs: PreK Counts, Head Start, PHLpreK

3300 Henry Ave, Philadelphia, Pa
215-254-2002
Programs: Private Academic School, PHLpreK

Our facilities have received the prestigious Keystone STARS designation. Please inquire for each program’s specific rating.

Current Families

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  • We are like a family and when things go wrong as a family, we help each other out. I have an awesome team.

    Cynthia Henry

    Mental Health Program Specialist, PA
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