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About Us

About Play believes a lifetime of learning begins with a child's experiences of play. Our goal is to provide a quality Early Intervention program that nurtures families in meeting their child's developmental needs.

Early Intervention is designed to improve outcomes for children with developmental delays and disabilities. Services provide early, appropriate, and intensive interventions to families. Early Intervention is a range of services designed to assist families at the early stages of an infant or toddler’s developmental delay or disability.

Play is so much more important than you realize! Play is how children learn about themselves and the world around them. Play is beneficial to all children.

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Services

About Play provides Family Training and Service Coordination in the following counties: York, Chester, Lancaster, Fairfield, Richland, Lexington, Newberry, Union, Kershaw, Sumter, Lee, Darlington, Florence, Marion, and Dillon.

We work with infants and children birth to six years of age that are eligible through BabyNet or DDSN.

Family Training is provided in the child's home or daycare with their Early Interventionist (EI).
The EI works with the family through play and everyday routines. The Family Training visits promote the child to reach his developmental milestones.

the about play family

    • Laura McCraw
      EI Supervisor/Co-owner
      I graduated from Winthrop University in 1996 with a double major in psychology and sociology. Shortly after graduating, I began my career as an Early Interventionist.…READ MORE >>
    • Willie Jean Stokes
      EI Supervisor/Co-owner
      I graduated from Benedict College with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Child and Family Development. While in college, I joined the Army Reserves. I served…READ MORE >>