Welcome to Sunny Days Early Childhood Developmental Services, Inc.
Sunny Days is one of the nation's leading early intervention and autism services providers, serving children with developmental needs in New York, Oklahoma, California, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Delaware. Founded in 1994, it currently has over 2,000 active practitioners. In the past two years, Sunny Days has provided well in excess of 1,000,000 individual sessions.
Sunny Days was founded by two healthcare professionals — Joyce Salzberg, LCSW and Donna Maher, RN — whose passion for quality healthcare is core to its mission.
About Sunny Days
Sunny Days is an early intervention provider serving children with developmental needs from birth to three years of age. Our services are provided in natural environments, wherever children and families typically find themselves: home, child care environments or other community locations (parks, playgrounds, shopping centers, etc.). We provide a full range of services: physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, psychological services and Special Instruction services. We tailor these services to specifically target each child's needs with an Individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP). Our practitioners design intervention strategies that are built around a family's daily routines and activities. Depending upon location, Sunny Days can provide all necessary services, including initial evaluations (to determine eligibility) and all IFSP authorized services, to individuals of all developmental levels ages 0-3.
In addition to its early intervention services, Sunny Days also provides pediatric home care for children up to 18 years of age. Sunny Days offers a variety of personalized and individualized services related to the specific needs of each child and family. All staff members have specialized experience in both early intervention and pediatric home care.
Virtual Early Childhood Developmental Services
As an organization that prides itself in providing a range of innovative early intervention options, Sunny Days is happy to offer families virtual early childhood development services. Virtual intervention is new to the early childhood development community, and we're happy to be pioneers in this method of special delivery by offering online coaching sessions with full video and audio features.
Sunshine Center for Developmental Services
Sunny Days, in an effort to build a welcoming physical location where children with autism can learn and grow, created the Sunshine Center. Our professional early childhood development educators and behavior specialists use the Sunshine Center as a place to help foster families' abilities to promote their children's complete development. Children who visit the Sunshine Center leave with the ability to participate in their environments at their highest potential