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Get Help With My Child’s Development & Behavior/Warm Line and Inclusion

Get Help With My Child’s Development & Behavior/Warm Line and Inclusion


The purpose of developmental screening is to capture a snapshot of a child’s development at a single point in time. Screening identifies children who may not meet the milestones appropriate for their age and might benefit from further assessment and follow-up. When screenings occur regularly, they provide information for tracking a child’s developmental progress.

Screening does not establish a diagnosis but helps determine whether more in-depth assistance is needed. ELC of Duval’s specialists can help link families and children to community-based services and support groups programs. Complete a screening below to assess your child’s developmental progress.

English


Ages & Stages
Questionnaire

ASQ: SE-2

Ages & Stages
Questionnaire

ASQ-3

Autism
Communication

Screening

Spanish


Examen
Social/Emocional

ASQ:SE-2

Evaluacion Del
Desarrollo

ASQ-3

Detección Del
Autismo

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Warm Line – 904-208-2044, Option 6


The Warm-Line is a free and confidential service for families with concerns about their child’s growth and development or behavior, classroom accommodations, and intervention strategies. Call the Warm-Line at 904-208-2044, Option 6, or complete the intake form below, and an Inclusion Specialist will contact you to discuss your concerns and determine the next steps.

Submission – Intake Form – I am a Parent


Parent name:
Child name:
Child D.O.B:
Child care provider:
Child care provider contact:
Concerns:
Email:
Phone Number:
How did you find out about ELC of Duval?

Inclusion Services


Inclusion supports the right that all children can participate in early learning and care settings alongside their same-age peers regardless of their diverse abilities. The ELC of Duval’s Inclusion Specialists works with families and providers to ensure the child is in the most appropriate environment.

The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) became law in 1990. The ADA is a civil rights law that prohibits discrimination against individuals with disabilities in all areas of public life, including jobs, schools, transportation, and all public and private places open to the general public.

Children benefit from
inclusion because they:


  • Learn how to play and interact with others
  • Develop a positive image of themselves
  • Are provided with role models
  • Learn new skills
  • Encouraged to be resourceful and creative

Providers benefit from
inclusion because they:


  • Grow professionally by developing new skills
  • Have an opportunity to develop new partnerships
  • Learn to communicate more effectively
  • Build strong relationships with parents
  • Enhance their credibility as quality providers

I need help with developmental screenings,
my child’s behavior, or inclusion


StaffContact Information
Danielle DeCastro
Director, Developmental Health & Inclusion
ddecastro@elcduval.org
904-208-2044, ext. 253
Liliana Ruiz Rivera
Development Screener/HMG Care Coordinator
lruizrivera@elcduval.org
904-208-2044, ext. 295
Nicole Terry
Inclusion Intake Specialists
nterry@elcduval.org
904-208-2044, ext. 252
Kasha Brown
Inclusion Specialist
kbrown@elcduval.org
904-208-2044, ext. 268
Adriana Bonilla
Inclusion and ASQ Specialist
abonilla@elcduval.org
904-208-2044, ext. 289
Maura Colon
ASQ Program Coordinator
mcolon@elcduval.org
904-208-2044, ext. 229

Developmental Health and Inclusion
Resources and Tutorials

Help Me Grow FloridaClick Here
Division for Early ChildhoodClick Here
CDC’s Milestone Tracker AppClick Here
Florida Dept. of Health – Early StepsClick Here
Division of Early Learning – Understanding Your Growing ChildClick Here
Social Security Administration – Benefits for Children with DisabilitiesClick Here
Child FindClick Here
CDC – Learn the Signs. Act Early.Click Here

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