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Local Interagency Coordinating Council (LICC)

Teachers Aide working with a young boy student on his dexterity.
The Bucks County Interagency Coordinating Council (BCICC), our LICC, is an organization that offers parents, Early Intervention professionals, and our Community Partners opportunities to network.  This is accomplished through activities such as workshops, business meetings and sponsored events.  The BCICC is an advisory council which includes parents, representatives from the Bucks IU, Bucks County Department of Mental Health and Developmental Programs, Bucks County Department of Health, Early Intervention Service Coordination Agencies, Early Intervention Provider Organizations, Early Intervention Technical Assistance, and Early Childhood Community Partners.  

Base Service Units

Base Service Units are organizations designated to provide information and support within Bucks County to anyone with needs or questions. We have three that cover the entire county - if you are unsure which would serve your area, they can assist you when you contact them.


Penn Foundation
Early Intervention Services are designed to help families with children (ages birth to three) with a 25% (or higher) delay in any area of development: cognitive, language/speech, physical, social/emotional, and self-help.  Penn Foundation will coordinate services that meet the needs and goals outlined in your individualized family service plan and provide you with strategies and ideas that you can easily incorporate into your child’s existing routines.


Lenape Valley Foundation

Early intervention supports and services build on the existing family, community, and early education resources.  Lenape Valley personnel work collaboratively with the family and each other to provide coordinated, flexible supports and services.  The Center on the Social and Emotional Foundations for Early Learning (CSEFEL) is focused on promoting the social and emotional development and school readiness of young children from birth to age 5.



Early Intervention (EI) Case Management services are offered for children with intellectual and developmental disabilities ages birth to three years. EI is provided to ensure services are identified and implemented early in a child’s life. Case managers work with families to obtain the necessary evaluations and identified therapies so that children have the best opportunity at growth and development.