Early Intervention Developmental Screenings
Some preschoolers have difficulty developing certain skills. Warren County Public Schools' Preschool Child Find offers free development screenings for children ages 2 (by September 30th) and 5 to assist in identifying the need for special education services. The screenings are conducted by an early childhood special education teacher and a speech/language pathologist. The screenings assess general development in the following areas:
Motor: includes gross and fine motor skills, the ability to move the body
Adaptive: self care skills such as feeding and dressing
Personal-Social: the ability to relate to children and adults
Cognitive: the ability to learn and use new ideas
Communication: includes understanding others and expressing one's thoughts
If you have concerns about your preschool aged child, please contact our child find office to schedule an appointment.
Child Find Office/Special Services
209 W. Criser Rd.
Front Royal, VA 2230
The screenings are provided at no cost to parents of Warren County. The screening may indicate the need for a referral for special education evaluation in accordance with regulations and administrative requirements for the operation of special education programs in Virginia.
Questions or comments can be directed to the Child Find Coordinator Jenni Dunnivan: firstname.lastname@example.org
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