Encouraging developmental and behavioral screening for children

This initiative will help families look for and celebrate milestones; promote universal screenings; identify delays as early as possible; and improve the support available to help children succeed in school and thrive alongside their peers.

An initiative from the Office of Early Childhood Development, an Office for the Administration of Children and Families

This initiative draws heavily on previous developmental and behavioral screening efforts by consolidating materials from a wide array of federal agencies and their non-federal partners. As part of this initiative, the Office of Early Childhood Development has published a list of research-based developmental screening tools appropriate for use across a wide range of settings.

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