The Warren Center follows a parent-coaching model. While they provide therapy, they encourage parents and/or caregivers to take a hands-on approach. They teach parents techniques during the sessions that help them continue therapy throughout the week. They also coach parents through life scenarios. They understand that every family and child is different, so they create programs that are unique to your family’s situation.
Evaluations for infants and toddlers at no cost
Individualized therapeutic services in speech, occupational, and physical therapy, developmental education, feeding and nutrition training, specialized skills training and social work
Referrals to specialty providers
Specialized ECI Groups to help children transition from home to school and build social communication skills
Transition planning with special education providers
Children under 3 years old with Developmental Delays.
• Have a medically diagnosed condition that will probably result in a developmental delay
• Have a developmental delay or difficulty with these skills:
Communication – language or speech
Cognitive – thinking, learning, playing, reasoning
Motor – physical development
o Gross motor, such as using large muscles, to sit up, crawl, walk
o Fine motor, such as using small muscles, to grab small objects
o Oral motor, such as using the mouth, to suck, chew
• Social/emotional – curious, enjoys playtime, interacts with others
• Self-help – Taking care of own needs (eating, drinking, washing hands, potty training)
• Have an auditory or visual impairment, determined by local school district certified staff.
Serves the entire northern half of Dallas County, which includes Dallas (North of downtown), Highland Park and University Park, Irving, Coppell, Carrollton, Farmer’s Branch, Addison, Richardson, Garland, Wylie, Sachse and Rowlett.