The Central Utah Public Health Early Intervention Program is affiliated with Utah’s Baby Watch which is Utah’s network of services for children ages birth to three with developmental delays or disabilities. Some of the services offered include:
- A full assessment of a child’s current health and development status.
- Service coordination among providers, programs, and agencies.
- Strategies to build on family concerns, priorities, and resources.
- Developmental services: occupational therapy, physical therapy, speech/Language Therapy, Nursing services, and others.
- Learning, problem solving and play skills.
These services are provided through the coordinated effort of parents, community agencies, and a variety of professionals.
Please apply online for a referral at www.utahclicks.org or contact:
Coreen Anderson, RN
Early Intervention Coordinator/Public Health Nurse
Richfield, Utah, 84701
435-896-5451 ext 348
Qualifications for E.I. Services
Children birth to three years of age who meet or exceed the definition of developmental delays in one or more of the following areas:
- Physical development
- Vision and hearing
- Feeding and dressing skills
- Social and emotional development
- Communication and language
- Play Group for 2-year-olds
Additional Links of Interest:
- Family Village School – Early Intervention Resources
- The Division for Early Childhood
- National Center for Early Development and Learning