Suwannee Democrat


April 15, 2014

Free developmental screenings for Suwannee County children ages six months to four and a half years

Live Oak —

For Suwannee County children ages six months to four and a half years.

Where: First Baptist Church, Live Oak. 401 W. Howard St. 

When: Tuesday, April 15, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

What: Children will be screened for functional hearing, functional vision, motor development, speech/language development and concepts.

Who: All children ages six months to four years six months may be screened. This screening is not for children entering kindergarten in 2014.

To reduce wait time, please call 1-800-227-0059 to make an appointment.

Questions? Call FDLRS Child Find at 1-800-227-0059 or Early Learning Coalition at 1-866-752-9770. 

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