When your child needs help, it’s reassuring to know there are places you can turn to. The Hall family got the help they needed for their son Griffin from the dedicated therapists and nurses at Kids Who Count. Diagnosed with high-functioning Autism, Griffin participated in weekly play groups, learned structure and socializing skills and had home visits from our Early Intervention Team. “Kids Who Count was there to support us from day one!”
From learning about the diagnosis to support while finding the right doctor, Kids Who Count does all they can to help children and their families. “My husband and I have been involved with different services throughout Utah but have yet to experience the love and support that we have experienced with Kids Who Count anywhere else. They truly cared very deeply about our son and we were blown away by our experience with them!”
Griffin is 3 years old now and is the happiest, sweetest little boy who loves to play outside, learn about letters and numbers and eat popsicles. 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.