Early Intervention Summit

At the Early Intervention Summit, you will:

  • learn about Early Intervention and how it helps maximize your young child’s success
  • be introduced to the Claude Moore Center for Early Intervention, a “one-stop shop” for integrated, early intervention services at The Arc of Loudoun for children ages birth through 8 years old with intellectual disabilities and developmental delays
  • connect with local Early Intervention Service providers


  • “Welcome” by Lisa Kimball, The Arc of Loudoun CEO
  • “The Importance and Need for Early Intervention in our Communities” by William A. Hazel, Jr. MD, Claude Moore Charitable Foundation’s Senior Deputy Executive Director
  • “What is Early Intervention?” by Janelle McDonald, MA, BCBA, LBA, Aurora Behavior Clinic Director
  • “How do I get a diagnosis for my child?” by Stephanie Mayrant, MD, Board Certified Adult and Pediatric Psychiatrist, Inova Kellar Center
  • “A Mother’s Journey” by Haleema Tayub, Mother of an Open Door Learning Center student and Aurora Behavior Clinic Client
  • “Where do I go to get Early Intervention Services for My Child?” by Eileen Shaffer, MSW,  Administrative Director for ALLY Advocacy Center

Connect with these Early Intervention providers who will be on hand to answer your questions:

Tues. Sept. 13, 11 am – 1 pm | Light lunch will be served
In-person @ ALLY Advocacy Center’s Nora’s Room | Online Zoom Webinar


View the full event flyer here: