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School system provides free developmental screening
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There will be a free developmental screening for children birth to age 4 at Warren County High School this Friday, Aug. 26, for parents who have concerns about their child’s development.The screening is being provided by Warren County Schools and will be held in the developmental lab in the child care wing of the school. Those interested in attending should make an appointment by calling 668-1728.According to special education consultant Dana Simpson, the screening is designed to provide important early intervention for children who may have developmental delays.“The purpose of this is to help parents who have concerns about their children’s development,” Simpson said. “Walking, talking, learning, any child a parent feels is slow in achieving these developmental milestones.