What is the Infant Development Program?
A program for young children who have special needs or delayed development. Parents work with the teachers and therapists to help their child learn and grow. Who is the Infant Development Program for? Any Dunn County child from birth to age three is eligible for an evaluation if the parents are concerned about their child, The Infant Program staff observes the child’s movement, speech, learning, behavior, and self help skills (eating, dressing, toileting). How can a child be enrolled in the Infant Development Program? Referrals to the Infant Program can be made by parents, physicians, nurses, social workers, teachers, friends, day care staff or anyone who is involved with the child and is concerned about their development. The child is evaluated to see if there is a need that qualifies them for the program. If the child qualifies, a plan is developed with the parents. Each child’s program is different depending on the child’s strengths and needs. Services are offered at no cost to the
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