Early childhood evaluations

Located at the Lieser campus and through community partners

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What is a developmental delay?

Children develop at their own pace and can vary in reaching milestones. However, it’s helpful for parents or caretakers to be aware of any red flags in the developmental areas on the right. Diagnosis and early treatment can help significantly.

Use the document below as a preliminary guide for measuring developmental milestones.

  • Vision
  • Language or speech
  • Movement—motor skills
  • Social and emotional skills
  • Thinking—cognitive skills

Lieser Campus: Early Childhood Evaluation Center

Evaluations for kids ages 3 to 5 years old

The Early Childhood Evaluation Center provides assessment services to help identify children ages 3 through 5 who may have developmental delays.

Schedule an appointment by calling 360-313-4853. Clinic hours are by appointment only.
Children will be assessed in the areas of speech and language, motor skills, adaptive skills, social skills or cognition skills to determine the need for early intervention.

If a child is deemed eligible for services, an individualized education plan is written to address his or her needs.

Students who are identified as needing services will be served in early childhood classes at Lake Shore, Hough and Sacajawea elementary schools.

Contact

Early Childhood Evaluation Center (ages 3-5)360-313-4853
Hours are by appointment only.

Early Support for Infants and Toddlers

Evaluation for children ages birth to 3 years old

Several agencies partner with us to provide a full range of services for infants and toddlers, from birth to 3 years of age.

Agencies include Innovative Services NW Pediatric Therapy, Clark College Child and Family Studies Early Intervention Program and Educational Service District 112’s Early Intervention Program.

Call to schedule an appointment.

Contact

Early Support for Infants/Toddlers (ages birth to 3)360-750-7507
Information about programs, schedule a developmental screening