NUMC Developmental Screening Project

Congratulations on your efforts to implement developmental screening! By participating in this quality improvement project with Docs for Tots, you are enhancing the care you provide your young patients and are better preparing them to succeed in the future. Below are all materials relevant to the implementation of screenings at NUMC. Additionally, check out the resources on the right side of the page to find more materials that you can utilize at NUMC as well as more information on quality improvement.

doctor score

Dr. Chacon scores a screen!

HealthLeads making an EI referral!

HealthLeads making an EI referral!

Audrey handing out a screen at registration!

Audrey handing out a screen at registration!

Drs. Dole and Lieser are happy to be screening!

Drs. Dole and Lieser are happy to be screening!

The Developmental Screening Project

The SWYC

9 Month SWYC Spanish 

18 Month SWYC Spanish 

24 Month SWYC Spanish 

30 Month SWYC Spanish 

The Early Intervention Process

Helpful Handouts

Priority Issues

Champions

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Investing in quality early learning programs is the most efficient way to affect school and life success and to reduce social expenditures later.

James Heckman, economist, Nobel laureate