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Lori Ann Infant Program

​The Lori Ann Infant Program of the Fresno Unified School District serves children  with special needs from birth to 3 years of age and their families. Children served  have disabilities including complications of prematurity, syndromes, serious illnesses, speech, motor and other developmental challenges. Services are provided in the family’s home and in the community at no cost to the family. Interpreters are available. Our vision: All families  of children with special needs will have strength and resiliency now and in the future.


The Lori Ann Infant Program includes

  • Credentialed  teachers
  • Para Educators
  • Nurse practitioner
  • School nurse
  • Speech and language therapist
  • Physical therapist
  • Occupational  therapist
  • Deaf and hard of hearing specialist
  • Vision and orientation and mobility specialist
  • School psychologists, and a mental health provider.

    Staff provide services in the home and community at no cost to the family.


Our Mission

To work with and alongside the family to provide an integrated program for the child that maximizes his or her potential and provides the foundational skills for future academic, social, and vocational success.


All services are provided in the family's home, toddler groups, and in the community. Services include:

  • Coordinate services with other agencies deemed beneficial to the family and child
  • Assessment of each child's unique abilities
  • Infant Mental health therapy
  • Deaf and hard of hearing intervention
  • Vision, orientation and mobility intervention
  • Health Services
  • Parent support
  • Identify learning opportunities in the family's daily routines to promote the child's development

Parent coaching & training in:

  • Speech Therapy 
  • Physical Therapy 
  • Occupational Therapy



Parent to parent support groups are offered on site and through our Family Resource Center.



We take referrals from Central Valley Regional Center (CVRC) and the State Department of Education.



A multidisciplinary intake team conducts the evaluation in the home or at CVRC.

Following eligibility, an Individual Family Service Plan is written with the family.

Children exhibiting delays in one or more areas of development may be eligible.


If you have question about a child, please call CVRC ((559) 276-4300) or:

L o r i  A n n  I n f a n t  P r o g r a m

67 E. Ashlan

Fresno, Ca. 93704

Phone: (559) 248-7236

Fax: (559) 248-7123



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