Douglas County School District Child Find
A screening may be helpful to understand the cause of your child’s developmental and/or behavior issues. Children from birth to three years of age can receive a multidisciplinary evaluation through the Douglas County School District Child Find. Children from three to five years of age receive services through the school district. Each Child Find team includes professionals who evaluate the clarity of speech, the use and understanding of language, fine, gross and visual-motor skills, cognitive ability and behavior. A team member also reviews the child’s medical, health, and developmental history with the parents. The team may include representation from speech language pathology, occupational therapy, psychology, social work, nursing and other specialists as necessary.
Call 720-433-0025 or visit for more information. Learn More Visit https://www.dcsdk12.org/child-find
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National Association for Child Development: www.nacd.org
Encyclopedia of Early Childhood Development: www.child-encyclopedia.com