A Developmental Screening or Evaluation Helps You Know if Your Child Could Use Extra Support 

Regular developmental screenings assess how children are growing and developing in key areas of their development: cognitive, physical, communication and language, and social-emotional. 

Health care providers may ask parents to complete the screening survey before each well-child visit.

Families can also request a developmental screening from their health care or child care provider. 

The Ages and Stages Questionnaire (ASQ and ASQ-SE)

The ASQ is a common screening tool that reviews the physical and cognitive development of young children. The ASQ-SE focuses on how children relate to others and understand and manage their feelings.

Concerned about how your child is growing, learning or developing? 

You can request a no-cost evaluation through Early Intervention Colorado. 

EI Colorado serves children birth to age 3 with developmental delays or disabilities. Services are offered at no cost to families, there are no income requirements to participate.

Early Intervention connects children and families to services such as speech-language, physical or occupational therapy, mental health and behavioral support, and more.

Referring Your Child for an Evaluation Is Simple

Call 833-733-3734, email GetStartedwithEI@state.co.us or click the button to complete the online referral form.