When Tyler was 10 months old his daycare noticed he fisted his left hand when he crawled. Tyler was referred to Easterseals where he began making progress, reaching goals and celebrating new milestones with his family.
Developmental Screening is a free service for early identification of developmental delays. Screenings are provided for children from birth up to three years of age and can assess areas of communication, movement, self-help skills and social interaction.
Who needs a developmental screening?
If you or your doctor are concerned about your child's development, don't wait; a developmetnal screening is quick and easy. It's a wonderful way to learn about your child's development and how to encourage your child's next developmental steps.
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Contact our Peoria Center at 309.686.1177
Rolls from back to stomach
Moves to get object out of reach
Transfers object from hand to hand
Babbles repeating same syllable ("baba")
Walks without help
Turns pages in a book
Feeds self using fingers
Builds tower using two cubes
Follows direction, "Give it to me."
Stoops and picks-up objects
Walks up and down stairs with hand held
Feeds self with spoon
Points to pictures when named
Identifies 3-5 body parts
Matches object to identical object
Uses at least 10-20 single words
Runs without frequently falling
Goes up stairs using alternating feet with hand held
Kicks a ball
Throws a ball overhand
Imitates drawing a vertical and horizontal stroke
Attends to a single activity for 6-7 minutes
Consistently combines two or more words to communicate