September 28, 2023 8:16 AM

The Warren Center

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About Us

The Warren Center is a nonprofit agency that advocates, serves and empowers the children and families impacted by developmental delays and disabilities. The agency offers speech therapy, occupational therapy, physical therapy, autism assessments, resources for families, and more. The Warren Center's ECI program provides personalized therapy sessions to children from birth to 3 years old in their natural environment (home or daycare). Their clinic therapy services program provides comprehensive evaluation and therapy services for children three to five years of age, and continues to serve them as they get older.

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  • Professional evaluations, therapy services to children with developmental delays and disabilities, plus support
  • Since 1968, The Warren Center has served more than 43,375 children with special needs.
  • The Warren Center offers scholarships, sliding scales, and on-site staff support to find grants and apply for Medicaid.
  • We believe that by strengthening families, we help to create a thriving community.


Tracking progress one step at a time: An occupational therapist is evaluating Conner’s ability to reach and grab items. The therapists have been pushing Conner weekly to build strength and gain independence.
A speech therapist empowers nonverbal children to find their voice through technology. Here, a therapist is working with Jisselle to gauge her understanding of a speech tablet so that Jisselle is able to better communicate her needs.
An occupational therapist works with Isabella to focus on fine motor skills development, such as using a marker to decorate a picture for her mom.
Bella can stand up and take a few steps on her own thanks to weekly progress with a physical therapist from The Warren Center.
An early intervention specialist gives 3-year-old Tayo a warm hug on a cold, winter day.