This handsome guy is Isaac.
Isaac’s older sister received services from Kids Who Count and had a great experience, Isaac’s mother, Hailey, said. So, when the family started to get concerned about Isaac’s development as well, they turned again to the Kids Who Count team for help.
Isaac was experiencing delays in a few different areas when he started, and he’s made considerable strides in his development. “He’s talking now!” Hailey said. “We are so happy about his progress.”
Isaac has been able to receive services from a variety of specialists at Kids Who Count including occupational therapy, child development, and physical therapy. “We appreciate all the team members and all of the help we’ve received,” Hailey said.
Isaac’s mother has also been involved with the Family Support Group. “This group changed my life,” Hailey said. “I feel like a totally different person, and I’m so grateful for the help I received.”
Plus, Hailey and her husband had the opportunity to participate in the Strengthening Marriage workshop through Kids Who Count. “It was really good for our marriage, and we feel it helped our parenting skills as well,” Hailey said.
“Our children made progress through the help received from Kids Who Count,” she said. “We feel we understand more about how to help our children, and we are grateful for early intervention.”
If you are concerned about your child’s development, don’t wait to reach out. The sooner you get help the better. Visit our website at kidswhocount.org, or call our office at 801.423.3000 for more information.