FOREST HILLS, February 10, 2012— Sen. Costa had the pleasure of spending time with 8-year-old Chloe Kondrich at his Forest Hills office to hear more about the importance of early Intervention and early childhood education.

[frame align=”right”][/frame]Chloe’s father, Kurt Kondrich, is a strong advocate for early intervention and the full inclusion of children with disabilities.  He serves as Director of Community-Family Outreach at Early Intervention Specialists, a Pittsburgh-based organization that provides early intervention services to children and their families in the counties of Allegheny, Adams, Butler, Washington, and York.Chloe has met with numerous elected officials, both on the state and national level, to share her story and promote the programs that encourage full inclusion of children with disabilities.
Chloe and her father thanked Sen. Costa for his long-term support of early intervention and education in Pennsylvania.
  • Learn more about Chloe’s amazing story by visiting hear blog.  → View Chloe’s Blog
  • Read about Chloe’s recent meetings and advocacy.  → Read More
  • Learn more about the impact of state programs which provide support families of children with developmental delays by viewing Pennsylvania State Interagency Coordinating Council’s annual report.  → View Report
  • Learn more about Early Intervention Specialists. → Learn More
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