Charting Progress for Babies in Child Care: 15 Policy Recommendations. Promote Access to Early, Regular and Comprehensive Screenings

“The tremendous adaptability of the brain in the first three years of life means that early treatment of delays leads to improved outcomes, whereas later intervention is less effective. In order to provide treatment to improve children’s outcomes, early identification of delays and sensory impairments … is critical.” – Laura Sices, Developmental Screening in Primary Care: The Effectiveness of Current Practice and Recommendations for Improvement[1]

Source: CLASP

Available at: http://www.clasp.org/babiesinchildcare/recommendations?id=0011

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