MilestonesFind out exactly if your child is on-track developmentally and connect with early-intervention resources if they aren't.
Have you ever wondered, “Is my child where they’re supposed to be? What do I do if I feel like my child is falling behind their peers?” If you’ve asked yourself these questions, we’re here to help you answer them and, if necessary, connect with early-intervention resources if your child has fallen a little bit behind.
Understand Your Child’s Milestones Through An Online Ages and Stages Screening
EO Early Learning Hub offers an online “ages and stages” Screening that you can complete. This Screening will tell you exactly where your child is supposed to be and if that matches where they are. The screening is free and provided online or on-request from one of our early-learning specialists.
Get Tips and Tools To Help Develop Your Child
The best ways to help a child’s development don’t cost an arm and a leg. Actually they’re free. The Vroom app provides free tips and tools to inspire families to turn shared, everyday moments into Brain Building Moments and help your child develop at a healthy, consistent speed.
Learn How To Help Your Child Develop Healthily
Want to learn practical tips about how to help your children develop their milestones? Want to make sure they’re ready to write when it is time and walk when it is time to walk? The OT Toolbox offer tips to help your child along the way so that you can help them hit hit their milestones.
Improve Your Family’s Nutrition and Fuel Your Child’s Brain Development
We are what we eat. And nutrition in the first five years is especially impotent for your child’s healthy brain and body development. Food Hero provides simple, cost-effective, and nutritious recipes so that healthy eating doesn’t have to be hard, expensive, or out of reach for any family, no matter their cooking skill or how much money that they make.
Get Your Child Back On Track Through Early Intervention
We are what we eat. And nutrition in the first Maybe your child has fallen behind a little bit. First off, it’s likely not because you’re a bad parent! So don’t let feelings of shame or blame stop you from reaching out. We’d love to get to know you and your child and connect you with an early-intervention specialist who can help you get your child back on track for kindergarten.
What Is Early Intervention?
Physical (reaching, rolling, crawling, and walking)
Cognitive (thinking, learning, solving problems)
Communication (talking, listening, understanding)
Social/emotional (playing, feeling secure and happy)
Self-help (eating, dressing)
What Does Early Intervention Look Like?
If an infant or toddler has a disability or a developmental delay in one or more of these areas, they will likely be eligible for early intervention services. Services offered will be highly personalized and may include: