We don’t all learn in the same way. Knowing how our kids learn can make all the difference.
Connor’s family was concerned when he was saying very few words at the age of two. Connor began Early Intervention at Kids Who Count, and his family told us that the improvement in his speech and understanding has been amazing!
Connor’s mom, Emily, said, “Connor is able to communicate with us now and we have loved watching him learn.”
Early Intervention helps families find strategies to support their child’s learning through daily routines and activities, and Connor’s mom agrees.
“I feel like we have been more focused on ways to help Connor learn. Having activities that are fun, but also teach him, have been great for him and for us,” she said.
Way to go Connor!
If you have concerns about your child’s development, don’t wait to get help. Call us at 801.423.3000 or go to https://kidswhocount.org/ Early intervention services may begin at any time between birth and age three; however, when early intervention is needed, the earlier it is provided, the better the outcome for both the child and the family.