Millard Public Schools early childhood screening on January 23 2018

Early Development Screening in Millard

The Millard Public Schools Early Development Network is hosting a FREE “developmental screening” for children aged newborn to 5 on Tuesday, January 23 from 8:30-11:30 AM at the Millard School Foundation building on 159th and Q Street.

You and your kiddo will listen to a short presentation from the leaders about their services, and then they will play with your kids for about 10-15 minutes, observing what they do and how they react.  Based on their observations, they will provide recommendations on what you could do next.

The Millard Early Development Network helps children from newborn to age 5 with developmental delays.Mindi, Alex and I attended one of these screenings years ago, and they were really helpful in answering many of our questions.  In our case, the screening led to Alex’s enrollment into their program and his eventual autism diagnosis.

I definitely recommend attending if you have any concerns about your child’s development and what resources are available to you in the Millard Public School district.  (You can contact us if you have questions too!).

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Brad Wendel

I was born and raised in Omaha, Nebraska (GO BIG RED) and live there with my wife Mindi and our 5-year old son, Alex. Alex was diagnosed on the Spectrum in the Spring of 2014. Originally non-verbal, Alex has made massive leaps in speech and motor development thanks to local therapists, teachers, assistants and countless recreational and educational activities available to residents of the Omaha area. I promise to work hard and make sure you are aware of everything available to you and your special needs children.

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