Up to 3 Early Intervention

The first priority of UP to 3 is the health and safety of children, families, and our staff.  We follow health department and USU guidance regarding COVID precautions to avoid exposure to and spread of any contagious illness. Up to 3 provides services through a combination of in-person and virtual coaching visits.  Service plans for each child are decided through discussion with families and based on the child's individual goals.

Does your child have difficulty talking? Crawling or walking? Sitting or standing? Understanding their emotions? Interacting with others? Eating? If you answered yes to any of these questions, your child and family may be eligible for services through the Up to 3 Early Intervention Program at Utah State University.

The mission of the Up to 3 Early Intervention Program is to promote the development of children, under the age of 3, who have a disability or developmental delay and to provide services to children and families living in Cache, Box Elder, and Rich Counties. These services address the needs of families and children and can include physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech/language therapy, eating and nutrition services, hearing and vision, and specialized instruction for children at risk for Autism Spectrum Disorders.

If you live in Carbon, Emery, or Grand Counties, contact our South East Early Intervention Program. If you live in another county in Utah, you can find your Early Intervention program at the Utah Department of Health, Baby Watch website.

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For a free evaluation, call (435) 797-3727.

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