Project Memphis Home and Community
Project Memphis provides developmental therapy in home and community settings as an Early Intervention Resource Agency. This program is funded through a grant from the Tennessee Department of Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities(DIDD) and the Tennessee Early Intervention System (TEIS). Project Memphis provides services to children age 0-5 who are currently enrolled in TEIS.
Services We Provide
Project Memphis provides developmental therapy services to families in Shelby, Rutherford, Davidson, Williamson Counties.
What is Developmental Therapy?
Developmental therapy is a service provided by an Early Interventionist (EI) to help
you support your child’s development. The EI will provide information and resources
to guide your decision making and to help you and your child grow and learn together.
The early childhood years lay the foundation for all future development. Developmental
therapy is provided to help families begin to learn how to support and nurture their
child as well as how to meet their child’s needs. Learn more here >
These services include family consultation using Family Guided Routines-Based Intervention (FGRBI) Learn more about FGRBI here >