The Support Network
For Families in Early Intervention
New Path is a family support network to guide you on this new journey to help your child(ren) meet their developmental milestones. At times, this journey can become overwhelming but we are here to help. New Path is here to provide you with individualized resources and supports that may improve your family’s quality of life.
Getting children started in Early Intervention is an important key to help your baby reach their milestones. Support and resources for the parents/guardian is as important to ensure continued well being during your journey. New Path will guide you as your child moves through Early Intervention and transitions to the next steps of their life.
Yes, we all grow at our own pace just as infant and toddlers, early childhood development often follows predictable patterns know as milestones. These milestones are skills such as taking a first step, smiling for the first time, and waving “bye-bye.” Children reach milestones in how they play, learn, speak, act, and move (crawling, walking, etc.)
Some of our young children need a little extra help to reach certain developmental milestones. And because infants and toddlers grow and learn so quickly, it's important to get that extra help as early as possible if you or your child's doctor have any concerns about your child's development.
Why New Path?
Our Mission is to help those in need. New Path builds on families' commitment to learn and connect by providing support and resources. We strive to assist families in order to empower them to be the best teacher for their child. We invite you to come join us as you begin your New Path.
Where is New Path located?
New Path covers the entire state of Virginia. Our office is located in Richmond, we are available to talk, email or text at any time. If you are thinking of moving to Virginia and need more information about supports and services available then please do not hesitate to reach out.
New Path is a program of:
Promoting and protecting the human rights of people with or at risk of developmental delays/disabilities and supporting their full inclusion and participation in the community.