The mission of Eastern Utah Early Intervention, inc., is to provide quality and effective early intervention services that will enhance and support child development through family based intervention strategies in Uintah and Daggett Counties.
Eastern Utah Early Intervention, Inc. was established in 2004, as a non-profit 501(c)3 corporation, providing early intervention services to children and families living within Uintah and Daggett Counties in Utah. The more common legal name for this agency is PrimeTime 4 Kids. PrimeTime 4 Kids is one of fifteen early intervention agencies contracted to the Utah Department of Health to provide early intervention services. Prior to 2004, this agency existed under the name of Uintah County Specialized Preschool Services and operated in collaboration with the local school district. Early intervention services have a long history of operation in the Uintah Basin. In 1974, Gayle Drollinger, a preschool teacher, began to organize families and help children with special needs receive services in their homes and in the community. This was done long before 1986, when the Federal Government mandated early intervention services be delivered to all qualified children through the Individual with Disabilities Act (IDEA).