This video covers the importance of monitoring child development as well as guidelines for prevention of suspension and expulsion.
Program staff can follow the processes and requirements laid out in these resources to collect information about a child’s current level of development. This screening helps identify any potential concerns in the child's behavioral, motor, language, social, cognitive, and emotional development. It also helps determine if there are any concerns that require a referral for further evaluation. These resources also cover the selection and effective use of these screening tools.
Explore information about developmental screening, selecting screening tools, process, timing, and more.
Use these tip sheets to find ways to support grantee planning. Explore what to consider when implementing systems, policies, and practices around topics from developmental screening to home-based programs and more.
Special Considerations: Developmental Screening of Children Ages Birth to 5 Who Are Dual Language Learners (DLLs)
Discover key strategies program leaders should consider when screening children who are dual language learners (DLLs).
This session covers information that is important to families and service providers when a disability is first identified.