When children receive an autism spectrum disorder diagnosis, it can be overwhelming for families. And, with one in 54 children in Utah being diagnosed each year, it is critical for parents to understand the importance of intervening early to improve developmental outcomes.
At Kids Who Count, our Autism Services are comprehensive and fully individualized for each child. We offer a broad, multi-disciplinary approach for children 2-years-old and older who are on the autism spectrum.
With more than 30 years of experience serving young children with disabilities and delays, we understand that the key to successful early intervention is strong collaboration with parents, caregivers, physicians, and educators. And, because we are a not-for-profit organization, Kids Who Count offers undivided focus on serving children and families. We put kids first.
Our community-based system of services is accessible to children and families in South Utah County and surrounding areas. We combine our family-focused services with evidence-based interventions to help kids learn in the best settings, including at home, in the community, and at our centrally-located center in Salem, Utah.