ICSD Preschools assess in the following developmental areas.
1) Speech & Language (Articulation, Receptive, Expressive)
2) Cognitive Skills (Attention & Memory, Academics)
3) Social/Emotional (Behavioral, Social Interaction)
4) Adaptive (Self Help Skills)
5) Motor (Physical and Occupational)
6) Vision & Hearing
We do not diagnose but we are able to see if your child has a delay and will need special services as a support.
UPSTART is an in-home, technology-delivered kindergarten readiness program that gives preschool-aged children individualized reading, math and science instruction with a focus on reading. If your child is entering kindergarten in 2018 or later, click the image above to pre-register NOW for UPSTART 2017 and beyond.
Vroom provides tools highlighting the science behind early brain development and empowering parents to turn everyday activities, like bath time and mealtime, into brain building moments for children.
PRESCHOOL PATH LIBRARY
The Utah Education Network addresses early childhood needs and resources for students, parents and caregivers with the Preschool Path Library, an online collection of high quality educational resources.
CDC LEARN THE SIGNS ACT EARLY
CDC’s “Learn the Signs. Act Early.” program and free tools encourage parents to learn the signs of healthy development, monitor child’s early development, and to take action when there is a concern.
IRON COUNTY CARE & SHARE:
The mission of Iron County Care & Share is to provide compassionate assistance and resources to individuals and families in need, creating opportunities for increased stability and self-sufficiency.
CEDAR CITY HOUSING AUTHORITIES:
The mission of the Housing Authority is to assist low-income families with safe, decent, and affordable housing opportunities as they thrive to achieve self-sufficiency and improve the quality of their lives.
SUU EARLY INTERVENTION:
Parents are often the first to notice when their infant or toddler is having trouble developing certain skills. The Early Intervention/Baby Watch program is dedicated to the well-being of young children zero to three and their families.
211 HEALTH AND SOCIAL SERVICES:
211 provides people with ways to get help, and give help. By simply dialing 2-1-1, callers can connect to health and human resources they need, such as housing and utility assistance, food resources, legal aid, and more. As well as find meaningful volunteer opportunities.
The following providers offer ABA therapy within Iron County.
UTAH BEHAVIOR SERVICES:
Utah Behavior Services specializes in providing quality behavioral treatment for children, adolescents and adults.
The foundation of every service is teaching new skills in a highly individualized environment. Our clients gain new skills, change their behavior, and reach their full potential when intervention is tailored to their unique learning needs.
Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) Therapy is a systematic method for teaching new skills, increasing positive behaviors, and decreasing undesired behaviors.
All our treatment methods are evidence-based, for greater success. ABA is the only proven method for the treatment of autism. ABA is supported by extensive research, whether it is applied to a child with autism or an adult refining their athletic skills.
The mission of Crimson Counseling is to provide individuals with the skills needed for a successful, community/social, and independent life. Crimson Counseling provides hands-on instruction in the clinic, home and community settings. We teach key skills related to executive functioning, social interactions, and communication skills. We offer self-management and social skills training that helps move the individuals we serve closer to independence.