We use the Plusoptix Digital Vision Screener to check your child’s eyes. It is an accurate, non-invasive way to detect a variety of vision disorders in children. It takes moments for the device to screen your child’s eyes and produce immediate results for your review.
Two methods can be used to check your child’s hearing. The first is called Otoacoustic Emissions. This method checks both the middle ear and inner ear and will quickly tell you if your child is hearing normally. The second is called Tympanometry. This method checks for reduced eardrum movement caused by fluid, wax or other problems.
Our qualified personnel use the Ages Stages Questionnaire (ASQ-3) and ASQ-SE (Social-Emotional) screening tools. When developmental concerns are detected, children will be screened for autism using the Modified Checklist for Autism in Toddlers (M-Chat).
Case Management is provided for families of children identified with a specific need through the screening process. Our staff will support you by explaining the results of the screening, offering you next-step solutions, connecting you with resources from your community and by following up with you on referrals made to other systems of care.
Trainings are designed to increase the understanding of the health, developmental, and school readiness needs of children from birth through 8 years old.
Great for parents and teachers; participants will learn what development for their child should look like. Developmental milestones are discussed and activities are used to keep the learning fun and clear. Possible signs and symptoms of developmental delays are reviewed, as well as possible solutions. We offer parents opportunities to learn and grow with their children.