Developmental Screening

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    Programs that offer a procedure that is designed to identify children who should receive more intensive assessment or diagnosis for potential developmental delays. Screening tools can be specific to a disorder (e.g., autism), an area (e.g., cognitive development, language, or gross motor skills), or they may be general, encompassing multiple areas of concern; and rely heavily on parent observation. They do not provide conclusive evidence of developmental delays and do not result in diagnoses. A positive screening result should be followed by a thorough assessment. The goal of developmental screening is to allow for earlier detection of delays in order to improve child health and well-being for identified children.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Bright by Three (Doctors Ln) - UCHealthOffers parenting classes and tools to support families during the first three years of age. Home visits and group sessions are offered through community partners, volunteers and staff. The program provides parents and caregivers with: - Educational tools - Books and games to make the most of these years - Infant and toddler health and safety suggestions - Early brain and cognitive development education - Language acquisition and social/emotional development resources - Local community resourcesLarimer CountyDoctors Ln - UCHealthUCHealth
    Care Coordination (Durango Office) - San Juan Basin Health DepartmentCare coordination is a function that supports information-sharing across providers, patients, types and levels of service, sites and time frames. Care Coordination Services: -Nurse Navigators -HCP Team for Children & Youth with Special Needs -Parents Plus Nurse for Families with Dependent Children -Family Health Coordinator for Families, Pregnant Women and Children -Health Insurance Enrollment (Medicaid, CHP+, Health Insurance Marketplace)La Plata County281 Sawyer Drive, Durango - San Juan Basin Public HealthSan Juan Basin Public Health
    Care Coordination (Pagosa Springs Office) - San Juan Basin Health DepartmentCare coordination is a function that supports information-sharing across providers, patients, types and levels of service, sites and time frames. Care Coordination Services: -Nurse Navigators -HCP Team for Children & Youth with Special Needs -Parents Plus Nurse for Families with Dependent Children -Family Health Coordinator for Families, Pregnant Women and Children -Health Insurance Enrollment (Medicaid, CHP+, Health Insurance Marketplace)Archuleta CountyHealth Services (Pagosa Springs Office) -San Juan Basin Health DepartmentSan Juan Basin Public Health
    Central Auditory Processing Diagnostic Services Sponsorship - Able Kids FoundationProvides financial support for families and clients in need of central auditory processing diagnostic services (CAPD), to ensure that children and adults in need are given an opportunity to receive comprehensive assessment and individualized management.Larimer CountyAble Kids FoundationAble Kids Foundation
    Child & Family Services - STRiVEChild & Family Services with STRiVE offers multiple programs to assist families with children who have a developmental delay or disability. Programs include but are not limited to: -Infant/Toddler Early Intervention: For children age birth to 3 years of age with a developmental delay or disability. Contact Child Find at 970-241-5403 for more information. - Family Support Services (FSS) to help with a wide variety of needs, expenses and professional services to prevent out-of-home placement of a family member with a developmental disability. Call 970-244-5519 for more information. - Home and Community Based Services/Children's Extensive Support Waiver (CESW) which provides medical benefits and other services and support to children with developmental disabilities. Call 970-256-8643 for more information. - The Parenting Place, located at 516 15th Street, is a family resource center offering a variety of services to families such as educational parenting classes and family group meetings. Pre-registration may be required for different educational events. Call 970-254-8240 for more information.Mesa CountySTRiVESTRiVE
    Developmental Evaluation Clinic - Fremont Public HealthProvides local comprehensive developmental evaluations to infants, preschoolers, and elementary-aged children who demonstrate developmental delays.Fremont CountyDevelopmental Evaluation ClinicFremont Public Health
    Developmental Screening - ECHO Early Childhood NetworkProvides free vision, hearing, development, social, and emotional screenings for children from birth to kindergarten. Screenings are available to all children in Fremont County and are recommended annually; Spanish-speaking or hearing impaired children can also be accommodated with advanced notice. ECHO screens all Head Start applicants, and families can also apply for the Colorado Preschool and Kindergarten Program at these screenings.Fremont CountyECHO Developmental ScreeningECHO Early Childhood Network
    KidscreenA hearing, speech, language, vision, and developmental/learning screening program to promote early identification of communication and learning difficulties. Screenings are not routinely available to all children through their schools or childcare centers.Denver CountyMarion Downs CenterMarion Downs Center
    Parents as Teachers (Berthoud) - Family Center/La FamiliaProvides a home visitation program designed to empower parents to effectively engage and guide their children's development, ages 0-5, through age appropriate interactions. Parent Educators administer developmental, social/emotional, hearing, and vision screenings to assess each child's progress. Families attend group meetings, and receive resource and referral information. Families registered in the program can work with their Parent Educator to help them obtain clothing, diapers, wipes, formula, and with filling out applications for CHIP, Medicaid, food stamps, and CCAP. Larimer CountyFamily Center/La FamiliaFamily Center/La Familia
    Parents as Teachers (Estes Park) - Early Childhood Council of Larimer CountyOffers a parent education and support program to families throughout pregnancy until children are 5. Parents receive information and learn about activities they can do with their child during each stage of development to enhance their child’s language development, intellectual growth, social development, and motor skills. Larimer CountyEarly Childhood Council of Larimer County - Early Childhood Council of Larimer CountyEarly Childhood Council of Larimer County
    Parents as Teachers (Fort Collins) - Family Center/La FamiliaProvides a home visitation program designed to empower parents to effectively engage and guide their children's development, ages 0-5, through age appropriate interactions. Parent Educators administer developmental, social/emotional, hearing, and vision screenings to assess each child's progress. Families attend group meetings, and receive resource and referral information. Families registered in the program can work with their Parent Educator to help them obtain clothing, diapers, wipes, formula, and with filling out applications for CHIP, Medicaid, food stamps, and CCAP. Larimer CountyFamily Center/La FamiliaFamily Center/La Familia
    Primary Care Clinic - Doctors CareOffers a primary care clinic for children and young adults. Appointments available for: - Sick Visits and Physicals - Mental Health Counseling and Medications - Immunizations - ADD/ADHD Visits - Development Screenings - Well Woman Exams, Pap Smears, Birth Control, Colposcopies - Dental HygienistArapahoe CountyDoctors CareDoctors Care
    Speech Therapy - Children's Speech and Reading CenterProvides speech, language, and therapy programs for children up to twelve years old. Therapy is available for delayed development, neurological problems, communication and learning delays, and swallowing disorders. Also offers literacy programs for elementary school students to help improve their reading skills.Larimer CountyChildren's Speech and Reading CenterChildren's Speech and Reading Center

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