High Country Early Intervention Inc., dba Karen A. Fay provides therapy services from infant to adult and early intervention services (birth to age 3).

We provide services in Yavapai and Northern Gila County.

Therapy Services

We provide speech, occupational, and physical therapy to any individual regardless of age. Our therapists are able to perform evaluations and provide ongoing therapy services to those who qualify.

Referrals for therapy services can come from parents, guardians, and/or physicians.

We accept private pay and can work with most insurance companies as well as The Division of Developmental Disabilities.

Speech therapy, occupational therapy, and physical therapy can be provided in various locations depending on availability.

We provide individual therapy along with social group therapy.

Early Intervention Services

Update: June 27, 2019

It is with heavy hearts, that after 20+ years, High Country Early Intervention dba Karen A. Fay Inc. will no longer be providing early intervention services through AzEIP in Yavapai and Gila Counties. This is as of July 1, 2019. Our agency was unable to come to terms on a new 2019/2020 contract with the State of Arizona’s Early Intervention Program.

We currently provide and will continue to provide occupational, physical, and speech therapies to clients from birth through adulthood.

We contract with most major health insurance plans, including the AHCCCS plans.

Family Support for Children with Special Needs Program A.K.A. Little Learners Program

This program promotes physical, social, and emotional development support among children with special needs who do not qualify for early intervention services or preschool special education services.

The Little Learners Program provides targeted support for the parents and/or caregivers of special needs children.

The expected result is that families will have access to knowledge and support needed to address developmental concerns they may have had for their child.

Services are delivered through home visits and developmental playgroups.

First Things First
Support for Family Support for Children with Special Needs is provided by a grant from First Things First, which partners with families and communities to give all Arizona children the opportunity to arrive at kindergarten healthy and ready to succeed.

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