Every day, your child is growing and learning. The most important time for a child’s development is the first 5 years of life.
If you have questions or concerns about your child’s development, learning or behavior, it’s important to act early. Getting help early is one of the best things you can do to help ensure your child reaches their best development.
CALL Us! 888-510-1211 Free and confidential support and resources
for children’s development, learning and behavior.
As a parent, you know best. Our Care Coordinators are available for support. They will
Listen to your questions and concerns
Provide information and support for your child’s development, learning and behavior
Help you access local resources
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Family Navigators are parents like you. They have a child who received support. Family Navigators can
Meet with you in person to provide information and support
Help you figure out what your child needs
Explain different services and help you get enrolled
Are you interested in tracking your child’s development? It’s easy when you enroll in the developmental screening program!
The Developmental Screening program helps families track their child’s development through their 5th birthday. Care Coordinators review results and follow-up with you. You receive tips, information and support.
To register call 888 - 510 - 1211 or
Follow these EASY STEPS TO HELP YOUR CHILD GROW!
1. You can sign up for Help Me Grow any time before your child’s 5th birthday.
2. Complete a developmental questionnaire. Every few months, you will receive a developmental questionnaire. To complete, you will answer questions about how your child plays, learns, speaks, moves, behaves and relates to others.
3. Send the questionnaire to Help Me Grow in a prepaid envelope.
4. Help Me Grow will contact you. A member of our team will contact you with your child’s results by mail, email or telephone. You can learn about your child’s strengths and any areas for concern. Our team will help you if you have questions or feel that your child needs extra support.