Baby Watch Early Intervention Program

Office of Early Childhood

The purpose of the Baby Watch Early Intervention Program (BWEIP) is to enhance early growth and development in infants and toddlers, who have developmental delays or disabilities, by providing individualized support and services to the child and their family.

Early Intervention (EI) services are provided through a family coaching model that focuses on helping children meet goals in all areas of development. All services take place in the child’s natural environment (home, child care, etc.) and are tailored to meet the individual needs of the child and family.

Make a Referral

Any parent/guardian or professional who is concerned about an infant or toddler's development can make a referral to early intervention.
Contact your local EI program to request a FREE evaluation for early intervention services.

Program Area Served Phone Profiles
Central Utah Health Dept. Early Intervention opens in a new tab Juab, Millard, Sanpete, Sevier, Piute, Wayne Counties 435-896-5451 2021 Profile opens in a new tab
Davis School District Early Childhood Program opens in a new tab Davis County 801-402-5408 2021 Profile opens in a new tab
DDI VANTAGE opens in a new tab Murray, Salt Lake, Granite School Districts; Tooele, Duchesne Counties 801-266-3939 2021 Profile opens in a new tab
Jordan Child Development Center opens in a new tab Jordan & Canyons School Districts 801-567-8510 2021 Profile opens in a new tab
Kids On The Move opens in a new tab Alpine School District 801-221-9930 2021 Profile opens in a new tab
Kids Who Count opens in a new tab Nebo School District 801-423-3000 2021 Profile opens in a new tab
PrimeTime 4 Kids opens in a new tab Uintah, Daggett Counties 435-789-5409 2021 Profile opens in a new tab
Provo Early Intervention Program opens in a new tab Provo School District 801-852-4525 2021 Profile opens in a new tab
Root for Kids opens in a new tab Washington County, San Juan County 435-673-5353 2021 Profile opens in a new tab
Southeast Early Intervention Program opens in a new tab Carbon, Emery, Grand Counties 435-613-5012 2021 Profile opens in a new tab
Southern Utah University Early Intervention opens in a new tab Beaver, Iron, Garfield, Kane Counties 435-586-6070 2021 Profile opens in a new tab
Summit County Early Intervention opens in a new tab Summit, Wasatch Counties 435-333-1520 2021 Profile opens in a new tab
Up to 3 Early Intervention opens in a new tab Cache, Rich, Box Elder Counties 435-797-3727 2021 Profile opens in a new tab
Weber-Morgan Early Intervention opens in a new tab Weber, Morgan Counties 801-675-1207
801-395-6420
2021 Profile opens in a new tab
Utah Schools for the Deaf and the Blind (USDB) Parent Infant Program (PIP) opens in a new tab Statewide PIP for the Blind & Visually Imparied
Statewide PIP for the Deaf & Hard of Hearing
801-629-4749
801-629-4743
Last Update: 02/21/2024 10:27am

Get More Info

Find out about Baby Watch processes, policy, partnerships, and BTOTS database.

Track Our Progress

Learn about Baby Watch's responsibilities as Utah's lead agency for Part C early intervention, including our annual reports to the Office of Special Education Programs (OSEP).

Learn About the ICC

The Interagency Coordinating Council (ICC) is an independent advisory board appointed by the governor and required by federal regulation to include parents, EI providers, agencies, and representatives from the community. The purpose of the ICC is to provide meaningful direction, assistance, and support to the lead agency: the Baby Watch Early Intervention Program.

Documents Meeting Information Apply for Membership
  1. Go to the Utah Public Notice website opens in a new tab
  2. In the Government column, select State
  3. In the Entity column, select Department of Health and Human Services
  4. Select Interagency Coordinating Council For Infants And Toddlers and Their Families
  1. Go to the Utah Boards & Commissions website opens in a new tab
  2. Click Apply to create a new account and submit your application.

Contact Us

Baby Watch welcomes feedback, both positive and negative, about your family's Part C early intervention experience. You can contact us at:

Phone:
Main: (801) 273-2900
Toll Free: (800) 961-4226
Monday - Friday 8:00 to 5:00pm
Billing:
Billing and Payment Login
Mail:
Baby Watch Early Intervention Program
PO Box 144720
Salt Lake City UT 84114-4720

Email:
email babywatch@utah.gov

To decrease the risk to the Baby Watch Early Intervention Program, as well as families receiving services, the Baby Watch Early Intervention Program will no longer be taking credit card payments over the phone, via email, or in person.

Want to give kudos to an outstanding early intervention provider or program? Please tell us how EI has made an impact for your child and family.
You should also contact Baby Watch if you have concerns or disagreements regarding your child's early intervention services that you are unable to resolve with your local EI program.
If you feel your rights have been violated, the following dispute resolution options are available with model letters opens in a new tab provided in English and Spanish:

  1. Send a written complaint within no more than one year of the violation. A copy of the complaint must also be sent to the local EI program..
  2. Request mediation.
  3. Request a due process hearing.

Until the disagreement is resolved, your child's services will not be affected unless you and the local EI program agree to make a change. For more information about dispute resolution, contact Baby Watch or the Utah Parent Center. opens in a new tab

Baby Watch Team
Lisa Davenport, Ph.D.
Program Manager
Part C Coordinator
Gregg Reed, MPH
Compliance & Monitoring Team
Part C Data Manager
Heidi Bell
Compliance & Monitoring Team
Training and Technical Assistance Specialist
Heather Waters, SSW
Compliance & Monitoring Team
Performance Auditor
Eliza Hintze, MS CCC-SLP
CSPD Coordinator
Scott Newbold
Senior Business Analyst