SVHC Early Intervention/Children's Integrated Services Relocate

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Staff include, from left to right, Audra Prandini; Jade Duell; Caitlin Tilley, BSN, RN, CEN, SANE, director of Transitions of Care; Jennie Moon, MBA, HR Certificate, program coordinator of Children's Integrated Services Early Intervention; Danielle Bacon; Lisa Rufo; Melissa Hyde; and Kelsey Colvin.
BENNINGTON, Vt. — Early intervention and Children's Integrated services — part of Southwestern Vermont Medical Center (SVMC), Southwestern Vermont Health Care (SVHC), and the Vermont Department for Children and Families— relocated to Main Street. 
 
Last month, staff of Early Intervention/Children's Integrated Services gathered for a photo in their new office space, which is located in Suite 200 of 339 Main Street in Bennington. 
 
The building was among those renovated during the Putnam Block Project.
 
The program provides resources for families of children from birth to age 3 who have questions about their child's development. 
 
The family-centered program helps families meet their child's special health needs and address developmental delays. Services include assistive technology, audiology, family training/home visits, physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech-language services, specialized instruction, service coordination and many more.
 
 
 
 

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