Early Childhood Screening is a free and simple check of how your child is growing, developing, and learning. Screening at age 3 is preferred, but a child may be screened between ages 3 and the start of kindergarten as required by law.

What to expect at your screening appointment: The appointment will last between 1 hour. It includes height and weight, a vision and hearing check, and a developmental screen that looks at your child’s skills. Parents will fill out a social-emotional questionnaire about their child and complete a summary interview sharing the results of the screening.

Please bring along a copy of your child’s current immunizations and birth certificate.

Due to the length of time and to minimize distractions, if possible, please leave other siblings at home

Early Childhood Screening Helps:

  1. You find out how your child is doing.

  2. Connect you with early childhood programs and services.

  3. Answer your parenting questions