• What is early childhood screening?

    girl playing with blocksScreening is an early look at a child's development and begins as early as age three. This allows health and developmental concerns to be addressed at least one to two years before a child enters kindergarten. The state of Minnesota requires health and developmental screening for every child before kindergarten entry into a public school. Anoka-Hennepin offers this service at no cost. Screening is not a substitute for health care from your family physician, dentist, or other health care providers.

    Early childhood screening checks:

    • Fine and gross motor skills
    • Vision and hearing
    • Speech and language development
    • Height and weight
    • Cognitive and social development
    • Immunizations

    How to register for a screening appointment: 

    • Registration for Early Childhood Screening is done online. It's easy and available 24 hours a day on our website

    • When registering, select a location, date, and time that works for your family.

    • After completing your registration, you will receive an immediate email confirmation that includes your screening date, time, and location. If you do not receive an email course confirmation a few minutes after registering, your registration may not have gone through and your appointment will not be valid. If you are a new user of the Eleyo registration system and have created a new account during the registration process, you will receive two emails - one to welcome you as a new Eleyo user and another to confirm your screening registration.

    Register Here button - https://ahschools.ce.eleyo.com/courses/category/226/early-childhood-screening%E2%80%941

    Contact the screening office for registration questions or assistance. 
         Phone: 763-433-4910

Early Childhood Screening: What's it all about?

  • Video: What is Early Childhood Screening?

  • Screening Informational Flyer

  • Frequently Asked Questions

  • Screened by Doctor Form

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