Children's health services include:
Dental screening, education, referral to dentist after age 3
Developmental Screening, Vision Screening, Hearing and Speech Screening
Nutrition assessment and counseling by WIC (Women, Infant, Child) Nutritionist
Urine testing and blood pressure testing
Health history assessment
HEARTLAND AREA EDUCATION AGENCY provides services for youth (birth to age 21) with disabilities and their families. The agency also provides general educational services and media services to 53 public school districts and 31 approved private schools in central Iowa. The agency screens students for hearing, vision and speech loss, as well as emotio...
Early childhood special education offers evaluations to families at no cost in the areas of infant and toddler assessment, developmental skills, speech and language, hearing and vision, and fine and gross motor skills.
Early development services coordination provides a central point of contact for families with children, birth to three y...
04/01/2020 - COVID-19 Changes:
Four Oak’s offices still remain open. We are prescreening anyone prior to coming into the office. Many of our community based/in home programs are currently telecommuting and providing services via technology. All programs are still taking referrals.
Education assistance to area schools in areas of early intervention, special education, career awareness, math and science coalition, computer instruction/training, curriculum development, and nursing services.
Early Intervention Program serves infants and toddlers (birth-3 years) with disabilities. Services include screening, testing, ...
Developmental Childcare – accredited daily child care services for children six weeks to six years old with a focus on the development of emotional and social skills and school readiness. Child care available at two sites 4545 Dodge Street (Title XX accepted) and 6908 Mercy Road.
KidSquad - a consultation service provided to Omaha child ...
Entry point for all children ages 0 to 3 who are suspected of having a delay in their development. A service coordinator assists families in procuring appropriate services determined by the child's special needs. Children are linked to any of 16 needed services which include physical, occupational, and speech therapy.
Home based public health services for prenatal mothers including prenatal risk assessment, health screenings and health education.
Well baby care.
Dental screening for children 0-21 years of age.
Service Coordination provided to children who are at risk for developmental delay.
Nutrition assessment and ...
CHILDSERVE DAY HABILITATION services in Des Moines, Ames, and Johnston assist or support individuals in developing or maintaining life skills and community integration. Programming is coordinated on-site and in the community to enhance opportunities to learn in a variety of environments. Day Habilitation services are designed to assist young adults...
4/23/2020 - COVID-19 Changes:
On Monday, April 27, EveryStep will open a dedicated unit for hospice patients who have COVID-19. The unit will be located in the Bright Kavanagh Center (in the Glazer-Gurt Wing)and will be exclusively available to hospice patients with COVID-19 who need 24/7 care.
If the or...
Early education and family support program free to all families with children prenatal to kindergarten entry. Parent educators provide home visits, developmental screenings, and resource and referral for early childhood resources in Harrison County. GetTogether meetings offered 12 or more times a year.
Bright Beginnings program for Har...
Works with children ages 0-3 who have a disability in their natural environments at no cost to families. Service coordination for speech, occupational therapy, physical therapy, deaf education, and early childhood special education.
Hotline to answer education related questions for infants birth to age 21 with disabilities.
Connects families of infants and children with disabilities with local contacts to provide information and referrals to hearing and developmental screenings as well as services coordination.
Special education services for students with all type of disabilities ages birth to 21.
Specialists in speech pathology, hearing, vision, physical, and occupational therapies.
Professional development for all levels of staff within both public and private schools specializing in math, reading, science, and early childhood curr...
Provides nutrition and health education, social assessments, oral health, and developmental screening, for women and children.
Helps youth with behavioral or mental health issues improve their behavior by building skills. An LSI professional can visit your home and teach skills such as anger management, coping, decision-making, communication, problem-solving, conflict resolution and relationship-building.
Preschool and Head Start program.
Service coordination and home visitation program.
Developmental testing, speech and language pathologist, occupational and physical therapists, and vision and hearing consultants.
Parent support groups.