How do we build a team?

We support, inform, and empower parents, grandparents, siblings and other care providers—these are truly the key to a child’s development. Together, you and your service provider(s) will create an Individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP) that not only addresses your family’s unique concerns, but also empowers you to actively engage with your child to improve their development.

To schedule a free comprehensive developmental evaluation for your child, contact our intake coordinator, today.

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What is our family-focused approach?

Our early intervention services are primarily provided in the home or a community setting that is familiar to the child and family. If your child is eligible, you will be paired with a service provider(s) from our team that includes Speech-Language Pathologists, Physical Therapists, Occupational Therapists, and Child Development Specialists to provide you with individualized direct therapy and education services.

We’ll also coach you and other caregivers in your family or community on how to recognize learning opportunities that occur during your typical routine.

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What are Autism Spectrum Disorders?

Infants and toddlers may be delayed in achieving milestones such as walking or talking, or have challenges with feeding. Some differences in development may signal something more serious such as Autism Spectrum Disorders. Others may have a medical condition such as Down syndrome or cerebral palsy that have a high probability of causing a delay in development. 

Kids Who Count is excited to announce our Autism Services. CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION

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What is Early Intervention?

The first three years are a critical time for your baby’s active brain development. One of the most important things you can do is to become familiar with typical developmental milestones.

Babies and toddlers grow and develop at different rates. Early intervention can improve the outcomes for children who need a little extra help to keep their development on track.

Early intervention services are authorized by the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) and are available in every state.

The Kids Who Count early intervention program serves children from birth to age three in the Nebo School District boundaries who have a delay in their development or a diagnosed disability.

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