Early Intervention News

A group of women posing for a photoDescription automatically generatedWarren County has THE BEST Early Intervention Service Coordinators!!

This past year was like no other and they all succeeded in finding creative and new virtual ways to stay connected with our Warren County families and continue to coordinate, facilitate, and monitor the needed Early Intervention services for their children.

I am very grateful for each of these amazing ladies!

Angela Hensley is invaluable to the program as the Service Coordinator Supervisor.  She is a great asset to her coworkers and her creative problem-solving and guidance are why Warren County is always ahead of the game.

Beth Schearing came to us from Hamilton County in 2018.  She always takes it upon herself to learn more and is so helpful when creating policy and procedure for best-practice programming. 

Cheryl Hickle has been with us for 6 years. She always has a positive attitude, treats everyone with respect and is always willing to listen to others point of view.  Some coworkers lovingly call her the “mom” of our program!

Karen Stumpf returned to the program in 2017.  She is always willing to help and support her peers and her knowledge of technology was an absolute game-changer during the pandemic when the program went virtual.  And we love her baking!

Pennie Stouder has been with the program for 14 years and will be retiring this December.  She is very knowledgeable about community resources and always willing to go above and beyond for families. We will miss her fun-loving personality and her dedication to children.

Tricia Richardson came to us from Greene County and is in her 6th year at WCESC.  She adapts to change with a jump-in attitude and is greatly reliable with incredible planning and collaboration skills.

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