Alberta House was chosen by El Defensor Chieftian readers as the best place for child care.

As a service of Positive Outcomes, Alberta House Early Intervention has a trained professional staff of therapists, service coordinators, and diagnosticians who visit families in their homes to provide quality care and assistance. The Alberta House Early Intervention is a free service through the New Mexico Department of Health’s Family-Infant-Toddler Program. Early Intervention services provide parents and families of children up to 3 years old with resources and services to identify and treat developmental delays.

The following services are available through Alberta House: Home and Center-Based service, Service Coordination, Special Instruction, Evaluations and Assessment, Speech and Motor Therapy, Hearing Screening, Infant Massage, and Transition assistance from home to school programs. Any child under the age of 3 who is a resident of New Mexico may be eligible for services based on one or more of the following: Developmental Delay, Environmental Risk, Established Medical Condition or Medical/Biological Risk.

Alberta House Early Intervention, 1115 N. California Street, 575-838-0800

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