Parent-Infant Education Program (PIE)


Parent Infant Education (PIE) is a family-centered program that serves children who have special needs from birth to their third birthday. The PIE program is part of the statewide early intervention program known as the Infant Toddler Connection of Virginia and is also known locally as the Infant Toddler Connection of Arlington.

  • The program helps families work with their children to help them develop to their maximum potential
  • Services include individual plans for each child for services such as physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy and educational services

The PIE Program wants all babies to grow healthy and, when the time comes, to enter school ready to learn. Refer to First Steps for Your Baby’s Future for a sampling of things babies should be able to do at various ages.


  • Arlington resident
  • Children from birth to third birthday
  • Any child with a suspected developmental delay may be referred
  • Children who have a developmental delay or who exhibit atypical development will receive services

Documents Required

Proof of income and sometimes proof of expenses to determine the fee