About Us

At Kutest Kids Early Intervention, we care
about your child’s potential.

As a parent, you want the very best for your children, and we consider it an honor and a privilege
to play a part in your child’s physical and emotional development. Although every child
is an individual, and will develop at his/her own pace, access to the very best help and
resources from the get-go paves the way for the brightest possible future, and the best
chances of success.

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Kutest Patient Stories

My daughter, G. is receiving several different therapies. I am very
happy with the services she’s receiving. The therapists are very
friendly and very professional. We especially like Kim (Kutest Kids
Special Instructor) because she has a lot of great strategies and
techniques and has helped G. make a lot of progress.
My daughter was 8 weeks premature so I have a physical therapist coming weekly to make sure she doesn’t get behind. Her name is Kripa and she is wonderful. She is so great with my daughter and she absolutely loves her. We definitely look forward to our weekly visits. Kripa makes it feel more like play time than anything else. I would absolutely recommend this place.
Loved when my oldest son was in this program his speech therapist was the nicest ever. I still keep in touch with Ms. Gwen from time to time trying to get my younger son in for his speech.

Recent News

  • Articulation Challenges

Articulation Challenges

Many children that are beginning to talk are incredibly easy to understand…by their parents. Anyone from outside the family has difficulty making out what your child has to say. This is very normal for emerging communication, from the ages of 1-3. By the age of three if your child is [...]

Child’s Play: An Inside Look

Infants, toddlers, and preschoolers spend much of their time playing. But while this may seem to be just a childish way to pass the time, little ones at play are building skills that are essential foundations for later learning. For example, a 3-month old mouthing a toy is developing neurons [...]

  • Auditory Processing

Auditory Processing: When the Going Gets Tough

There’s a beautiful little girl I work with named Dinah*. Small and delicate as a flower, she is hesitant in everything she does. Dinah is the youngest child and is “babied” by her older siblings. When I first began working with the family, Dinah wasn’t saying any words. Mom reported [...]

Baby’s Brain: How Cognitive Skills Develop

When you brought your newborn home from the hospital, he was a tiny helpless scrap. You held him tenderly, and loved him with all your heart, but at the same time, you wondered when he would turn into a rosy-cheeked, cooing cherub you had dreamed of. No need to worry. [...]

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