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Developmental screening in early childhood

Samuel J Meisels

Developmental screening in early childhood

a guide

by Samuel J Meisels

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Published by National Association for the Education of Young Children in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Child development -- Testing

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 57-62)

    StatementSamuel J. Meisels and Sally Atkins-Burnett
    SeriesNAEYC -- #121, NAEYC (Series) -- #121
    ContributionsAtkins-Burnett, Sally
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvii, 118 p. :
    Number of Pages118
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18207503M
    ISBN 101928896251

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Developmental Screening in Early Childhood covers the basics of selecting an Cited by: This edition covers the basics of screening used to identify which children may have learning problems or disabilities. It offers advice for selecting an appropriate screening instrument and for setting up a screening program.

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Healthy development isn’t always a clear path for infants and toddlers. The STAR Center resources focus on early childhood screening. Therefore, the target population for the tools is children aged 0 to 5 years. For best results, it is recommended that users review available instruction manuals prior to administering, scoring, and analyzing results of the scoring tools.

Martin T. Stein, Meghan Korey Lukasik, in Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrics (Fourth Edition), Developmental screening refers to the process of monitoring the maturation of the central nervous system as the environment influences brain maturation.

Motor, language, social, and cognitive skills are documented at a particular age and compared with the range of expected maturation. Screening in early childhood supports children's readiness for kindergarten and promotes health and development.

Screening may link families to free early learning opportunities and resources such as Head Start, Early Childhood Family Education, prekindergarten programs, Early Learning Scholarships or home visiting programs. Developmental Screening Clinic Early Childhood Developmental Screening Gerner Family Early Education Center offers a free developmental screening called the DIAL-4 (Developmental Indicators for the Assessment of Learning, fourth edition) twice each month.

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