Early Childhood Screening336 Results
Early Childhood Screening is a free and simple check of how a child is growing, developing, and learning. Screening supports a child’s readiness for school and may help identify potential health or developmental concerns. Families may also receive information and referrals to district or community early learning programs. Screening at 3 years of age is preferred, but a child may be screened between the ages of 3 and the start of kindergarten.
- Early Childhood Family Education
- Early Childhood Screening
- Family Home Visiting
- Follow Along Program
- Head Start Programs
- Health Care Providers/Clinics
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