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San Juan School District Early Intervention Program


(L to R) Jeroldene Bailey, Steven Duke, Janis Dyer, Timi Butt, Kim Glover, Sherry Porter, Teresa Gardner, Dale Gardner, JoAnn Edington, Tony Done, Cindy Tangreen, Selina Begay, Alisa Alder, and Esther RedDoor (not pictured: Lisa Wright)

For information about our program or to make a referral, please call Anthony Done @435-678-1222 or Kim Glover @ 435-678-1311.  For additional numbers or questions, or to make a referral in a school district other than San Juan School District, call the Early Intervention Program in Salt Lake City at 1-800-961-4221 or 801-584-8226.

  • Asking questions about growth, development, and physical problems can sometimes improve the quality of an infant's life.
  • Your baby's development can be checked at NO COST to you in your home or in a school in your area.
  • Early Intervention provides a variety of services including motor and speech therapy, family support and care coordination. Services are developed to meet the specific needs of you and your child.
  • By getting the right information you can enjoy your baby more and help your baby be as healthy and happy as can be.

  • It is the philosophy of San Juan School District to implement a district wide, comprehensive, coordinated, multidisciplinary interagency system that provides early intervention services to infants and toddlers with disabilities and their families.
  • We will provide quality early intervention services and strive to improve existing services to infants and toddlers with disabilities and their families.
  • Finally, we will continually strive to expand opportunities for children under 3 years of age who would be at risk of having substantial developmental delays if they did not receive early intervention services.

  • We believe that through early intervention services, we can enhance the development of infants and toddlers with disabilities and minimize their potential for developmental delay.
  • We believe we can enhance the capacity of families to meet the special needs of their infants and toddlers with disabilities.
  • Finally, we believe that early intervention is the most crucial building block for maximizing the potential of infants and toddlers with disabilities to become caring, competent, contributing, and independent citizens within their communities.

SJSD Early Intervention Google Manual