Englewood Schools

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Child Find

 child find
 
Preschoolers
Child Find is the child identification and planning process designed to locate, identify and evaluate all children who may have a disability and may be eligible for special education services. The Englewood Early Childhood Education program offers screenings to all children aged 3 through 5 who live within the Englewood School District attendance area. The screenings take place on a monthly basis.
 
 
The Child Find  appointment include:
- A play observation session with a multidisciplinary team to check developmental skills
- A parent interview for sharing of information between families and the ECE program
- A hearing and vision screening, and a review of health records.
 
Please contact the Preschool office at 303.781.7585 to schedule and appointment.
 

Child Find Dates School Year 2016 - 2017

August
Wednesday, 3rd
Thursday, 4th
Tuesday, 9th
Wednesday, 10th
Thursday, 11th
 
September
Friday, 9th
 
October
Friday, 7th
 
November
Friday, 11th
 
December
Monday, 19th
 
January
Friday, 13th
 
February
Friday, 3rd
 
March
Friday, 17th
 
April
Friday, 7th
Friday, 21st
 
May
Friday, 5th
Friday, 19th
Monday, 22nd
 
 
 
 
 
 developmental pathways
Birth to Three
Infants and toddlers, birth to three are screened on an individual basis when there is a concern about development. Comprehensive screening and multidisciplinary assessment is provided in collaboration with Developmental Pathways to determine eligibility for early intervention services. An Individual Family Service Plan (IFSP) is developed for those children.
 
For more information, please contact the Child Find Coordinator, Jayne Gladwell Directly at 303.806.2510  or call the Early Intervention Intake Line at Developmental Pathways at 303.858.2229.


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 More information on Milestones:

Parents Encouraging Parents

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PEP and its conferences promote partnerships that are essential in supporting and including children with disabilities and their families in schools and the community. Click here to visit the website
 
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