We had him in a program called birth to three, basically we had a speech therapist (among other therapists) come to our home weekly and teach him basic signs they weren't teachers or anything they just brought what they knew. There is a program offered through the WVDB is a program called ski hi. Another in home program that came 2 a month doing the same, offering the same thing, but honestly, not due to the instructor case worker girl she was awesome, the program was just lacking. I did get a really nice book from them. The birth to three program is the ones who set up everything for him to go to the school that he is at now, because their resources are tapped after 3 years of age, apparently. They do no continuing services, same for the ski hi program they stop at 5. We opted to go ahead and cancel ski hi because they weren't going to be able to work around his school schedule, and because they just weren't really doing anything.
*Does any of this make sense?
We have looked in to the surrounding counties for more resources but they all have the same. It's the whole bottom part of this state that is lacking resources.