Assessments for Infants and Toddlers

Assessments for Infants and Toddlers

CARE’s expert early intervention clinical team uses a whole child approach to assess the development of children ages birth to 36 months. A whole child assessment means working closely with families, caregivers, and/or schools to capture formally and informally children’s individual development across the five developmental domains: social socials, self-helps skills, communication skills, (expressive and receptive), cognitive skills, and motor skills (fine and gross). Our comprehensive assessments provide a baseline for measuring developmental delays and identifies areas of need. Through the collaboration of a multidisciplinary team, an individualized treatment plan is created to close gaps in development and bring out the child’s fullest potential.