Parent Resources

At Swank ESD we want to help parents stay informed and be the very best advocates for their children.

We hope you will access these links to help better understand whether or not your child may be experiencing developmental delays.

If you currently have concerns, you are not alone. We are here to help. Call 717-945-6491

Health Insurance


For Autism

Learn more about Health Insurance coverage for ABA Therapy


Standards Report

Read more about the NAC standards report guiding parents, caregivers, educators, and service providers.



Read and Learn more about the CDC guidelines for

Developmental Milestones.

Myths and Facts of ABA

Learn more about the science of ABA therapy that we provide at Swank Early Skills Development.


Early Signs

Learn the early signs of Autism as provided by the National Autism Center (NAC)

The Process of ABA

What does ABA Therapy look like? Learn more in-depth knowledge of the science of Applied Behavior Analysis.


10 Signs

Learn 10 Early Signs and Symptoms of Childhood Apraxia of Speech.

Swank Early Skills Development

1630 Manheim Pike

Ste 2, Box 16  

Lancaster, PA 17601             

Lancaster Office and Center:

8am to 5pm - Monday through Friday*


Home and Community Service Hours:

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* Due to the current pandemic and the need to keep Employees and Clients safe, please call for an appointment before coming to our offices so we can be prepared and use precautions.

** Where the client’s home or place of service is located within a county that the PA Health Department has classified as in the “Green” Phase, we are currently providing one on one client intervention services using Health Precautions, including that it is mandatory for all household members to be in good health and free of any symptoms of Covid-19 or any other contagious illness such as the flu, stomach flu, etc.

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