Over the years our family has had some big problems with communication, social atypicality, stress management, and feeling isolated, but the Kids Who Count directors and staff have provided us with such useful one-on-one and group education and community resource information that my confidence in my ability to take of my special needs kids, my marriage, and myself has grown astonishingly. I am proud of our personal and familial development, and I give much of the credit to KWC's aid. We have attended KWC's marriage workshops, group therapies, and play dates, and we have received in-home speech therapy, occupational therapy, mental health counseling, and health screenings. How incredible has been our journey with Kids Who Count!
Jackman loves the time he gets to spend with our speech therapist Danielle Orrock! He truly has a langue all his own and Danielle has helped our family to integrate new skills into our family that help bridge the gap between what Jack is saying and how it's supposed to be said. We love watching him work on syllable sounds and using his voice intentionally during his play time. Danielle has helped our family so much and we are so grateful for this much needed resource provided by Kids Who Count!
We had the best experience with Kids Who Count. After wondering if my daughter was developmentally delayed, I reached out to Kids Who Count. I had no idea how to navigate this new world I was entering. Kids who count came in and started the help we needed right away. They helped my daughter make big progress, and they were such a support to my husband and I. They were such a blessing to our family. Thank you KWC!
Kids Who Count cares about the families and children they work with. They are kind, caring, conscientious and deliberate in the wonderful services they provide!
We have been working with Kids who count for 6 months now. We have not been able to pin down a diagnosis with our pediatrician or the many specialists we've visited but with the help of Kids who count our son is making great strides in progressing.
Our son was born with many birth defects and was in the ICU after birth for 9 weeks. Kids who count provided services to him such as feeding therapy, physical therapy and occupational therapy. Without these crucial services, Nathan would not be thriving like he is today at 11 years old. Within his first two years of life, Nathan has 25 operations including open heart surgery and Kids Who Count was there to help us make forward progress instead of falling further and further behind in critical areas of development. What a wonderful organization!
My daughter received services when she was 2 years old and not talking as much as her peers. I was impressed with how well my speech therapist helped me understand what to do to help my daughter develop her language skills. I still use the techniques I learned! Overall the program was fantastic and the staff were incredibly supportive.
When our son turned 2, we talked to his pediatrician about how little he spoke. He referred us to Kids Who Count and they immediately got the ball rolling to get him evaluated. He qualified for their speech therapy services and we are so grateful! In home visits, a therapy plan specific to our son’s needs, tips and advice on things to work on at home outside of visits, a fantastic speech therapist. These are the things that made it so that a year later, our son now speaks like the average three year old! Wonderful program, wonderful people, wonderful experience!
Several years ago, we used the services of Kids Who Count when our little daughter wasn't reaching the typical milestones in her development due to intrauterine growth retardation before she was born. She wasn't crawling or walking but mentally seemed fine. We had the BEST therapist come to our home. She was gentle and fun but knew how hard to push and when to back off. She quickly made progress and caught up to her age group. Our little girl grew up to be a beautiful young woman who played high level volleyball, became an amazing violinist, and just became the state mandolin champion. She is competing at the national contest this week. We can't credit Kids Who Count for all of that, but they helped our daughter get a good start.
I have worked with Kids Who Count as children they serve transition into our school district. I’ve also done observations and autism assessments many years ago. I’ve always been extremely impressed with their support of children with special needs and their families. They educate and support in very meaningful and impactful ways. The start families and children on a positive trajectory. They are a critically important and valued provider of early intervention services in our community! They strive for excellence and maintain a strong ethical leadership. Can’t thank them enough!
I am a current board member but also have been a parent. I have had two kids involved with Kids Who Count. My kids and families experiences with the organization led me to want to stay involved. Great service, great people, and making a difference in children's lives! I am a better dad and person since being introduced to Kids Who Count.
My sweet Lincoln received physical therapy (at home and in the pool), occupational therapy, some speech therapy, and services for the visually impaired, including visists from a teacher of the visually impaired (TVI) and orientation and mobility through Kids Who Count. We began services when he was only 5 months old and about to undergo surgery to amputate his right foot. For over two and a half years, wonderful therapists came into our home to teach me how I could better help him reach his developmental milestones. They helped me to adapt his environment to optimize the potential for him to succeed. They encouraged me and helped me to recognize the "inchstones" he was achieving along the way. We are so very grateful for our professional, yet loving therapists at Kids Who Count!