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Summit County Health Department – Early Intervention Services – Utah
The Summit County Health Department and the Utah Department of Health are partnering to help parents learn about healthy development for their newborns and young children. Seeing your child reach developmental milestones can be fun and memorable moments.
Parents and grandparents often watch for a child’s first steps and words, and remember those moments forever. But sometimes children have delays in their development, such as not babbling, not responding to their names, or avoiding eye contact. To learn more about this important program and what you as a parent can do, call Susie Bond at the Health Department at 435-333-1520
WHAT IS EARLY INTERVENTION?
Summit County Early Intervention is part of Baby Watch which is Utah’s network of services for children ages birth to three with developmental delays or disabilities.
WHO QUALIFIES TO RECEIVE EARLY INTERVENTION 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 Learning, problem solving and play skills