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Early Intervention

Providing early identification and treatment services for infants and toddlers, birth to three under the supervision of Utah Department of Health and Human Services. Serving Iron, Beaver, Kane, and Garfield Counties.

We work with children from birth to three years of age. When a child approaches their third birthday they begin the transition process.

If you have a child over the age of three please connect with your local school district for more information.

Services are provided based on the needs of the child and family through a family coaching model. Services may include:

  • Physical Therapy
  • Occupational Therapy
  • Speech Therapy
  • Home visitation
  • Battelle Developmental Inventory
  • Family Concerns, Priorities, and Resources
  • Health Assessment
  1. Referral
  2. Evaluation and Assessment
  3. Eligibility Decision
  4. IFSP Meeting
  5. Service Visits
  6. Periodic And Annual Reviews
  7. Transition to Preschool/ community

SUU Early Intervention is a part of the Baby Watch Early Intervention Program with the Utah Department of Heath and Human Services (DHHS). Please see the following information regarding the Baby Watch Early Intervention Program.

For more information about parent rights and responsibilities in Part C  early intervention, please contact:
(800) 961-4226

IDEA Part C federal regulations (34 CFR Part 303)

Want more information about SUU Early Intervention?

Contact us today for more information regarding the Early Intervention Program. We will be happy to discuss the program and provide any additional information and resources.

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