Early Intervention Department

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Early Intervention Department

Research shows that the first three years of life are the most important for development and learning. The Early Intervention program provides service coordination and additional supports for families with children 0-3 years old.  Our program provides you with tools to best support your child’s development, allowing them to reach their full potential.

VISIT THE EARLY INTERVENTION PROGRAM PAGE FOR MORE INFORMATION.

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Key Leadership

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Cindy Lichti

Vice President of Programs and Services

Cindy joined the DP team in August 1979 and has responsibility for leading the programmatic services and supports offered through Community Outreach and Early Intervention.  Having devoted her career to working in behalf of people with developmental disabilities and delays she has experience in running or overseeing every service/program within the agency.  She is skilled and highly trained in management and supervision, developmental disabilities and early childhood rules and regulations, complex Medicaid Waiver implementation and oversight, budget management and non-profit leadership.  Cindy proudly holds a Bachelors of Arts Degree with an emphasis in Social Work from Colorado State University and a Masters of Public Administration for the University of Colorado at Denver.

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Kent Dyson

Director of Early Intervention

Kent Dyson has worked for Developmental Pathways since 1991. He began with Pathways as a Program Administrator in the Comprehensive Services Department. Kent has been promoted from that role to many others, including Associate Director and Director of Comprehensive Services, as well as Director of Early Intervention. Kent is currently the Director of Strategic Initiatives for the Community Outreach Department. Prior to Pathways, Kent worked in the Adult Psychiatric Unit at Lakeview Hospital and the Utah State Training School as a Recreation Therapist. Mr. Dyson graduated from the University of Utah.

Contact Information

For information on how to contact your service coordinator, please reach out to one of the following contacts with the corresponding school district:

Kim Bills : 303-858-2328

Program Manager Cherry Creek School District/Douglas County School District

 

Rachel Walker : 303-858-2077

Program Manager Aurora Public Schools

 

Nikki Fitch : 303-858-2225

Program Manager Cherry Creek School District

 

Beth Little : 303-858-2349

Program Manager BOCES/Littleton Public Schools/ Englewood Public Schools / Sheridan Public Schools

 

Leslie Hendrickson : 303-858-2370

Program Manager Douglas County School District

 

Para las familias que hablan español contactar a LouAnne Chamberlain – 303-858-2340 o l.chamberlain@dpcolo.org

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