Early Childhood Development Program
Our certified Early Childhood Development program coordinators can support your family by assessing your child's developmental needs, playing with your child and helping your child learn. Our goal is to serve all children who have developmental delays or who are at risk for delays. We try to help each child meet developmental milestones as they are able.
What is Developmental Play?
Developmental play is positive interaction with your child which promotes learning. It includes playing peek-a-boo, reading a book, or singing to your child. Play is an important part of providing comfort and security for your child.
How do I contact Early Childhood Development coordinators?
Families can call the program directly at (614) 722-3635, or they may have their child's nurse or physician make the referral.
How much does this service cost?
These services are provided at NO COST to families.
Is this program connected with any other services in the community?
Yes! Program Staff work with:
- County Help Me Grow programs
- Private physical, occupational and speech therapies
- Community schools
- Health departments
- Family support groups
What if my child is already enrolled in a community program?
Program staff will work with you and your child to continue developmental services. With your permission, we will share information with your child's program and update community professionals regarding your child's progress.