Response to Coronavirus (COVID-19) March 16, 2020

The ILP Program continues to accept referrals and provide services to families. Therapists and developmental specialists are utilizing phone calls, Zoom, and other distance technologies to support families in supporting their child’s development. The State of Alaska Infant Learning Program Office continues to suspend face to face services. REACH ILP is working on a mitigation plan in preparation for the continuation of face to face visits. To make a referral please contact our Program Technician, Bethany at (907) 769-7277.

What Parents are Saying

ILP Testimonials

“I’m very grateful that such [a] wonderful program exists and is available to kids in our community.”
“The provider helped me to understand how trauma had affected my child and help me to be able to communicate with him.”
“She listened to and respected everything I had to say.”
“She helped me feel like I’m a good mom and I was comforted by all of the knowledge she was able to pass on to me.”
“ILP has had a positive impact on my relationship with my child as it has given me more tools to help him with his language development which has reeducated his and my frustration.”