ATI is a NM Family Infant Toddler provider. This program is for children birth to three and their families who have or who are at risk for developmental delays or disabilities.
ATI provides ancillary services to rural school districts throughout Southwest New Mexico and Eastern Arizona.
Amplified Therapy provides screening for hearing, vision, autism and developmental milestones.
ATI provides a comprehensive multidisciplinary developmental evaluation (CME) that provides the family with a comprehensive report that identifies your child's developmental age. Developmental areas include Cognitive, Physical (including vision and hearing), Communication, Adaptive Behavior (Self-Help), and Social or Emotional skills. The report will provide the family with next steps and will be used to determine whether or not your child is eligible for the NM FIT program.
Family Service Coordination services are designed to help families of children receive early intervention services. The FSC will help families with the development of the Individual Family Service Plan (IFSP), and oversees the coordination of all early intervention services.
Early Intervention Services are designed to assist families in meeting the needs of their infant and toddlers with developmental delays by providing supports and strategies such as coaching and transdisciplinary teaming approach. ATI services include:
Amplified Therapy works with various school districts to provide ancillary services such as Occupational Therapy and Speech-Language Pathology services.