• The Child Find program is provided without charge to families who live in the Freeman School District.
    The purpose of the program is:
    • to identify children who are having difficulty in their development and
      to provide services to them, when it is appropriate.
    • Parents who contact Child Find may have concerns about their child's development in the areas of:                                                   
      • vision
      • hearing  
      • speech/language skills
      • motor skills
      • thinking skills
      • emotional or social skills. 

    Child Find provides developmental screening and, when appropriate, a comprehensive, multi-disciplinary evaluation for children from birth to age 21. All school districts within Washington State have Child Find screenings available.  If your family is living in a temporary situation, you may contact the district where you are staying to attend a screening.


    To schedule a developmental screening, call or email  Jody Sweeney or Courtney Setter at 509-291-4791 or 509-291-7304. 
    Additionally, you can contact the Infant Toddler Network at 509-324-1651 for more information about the early identification services available to young children in Spokane County.

    If your family is in a temporary or inadequate living situation due to a loss of housing, your child might be eligible for certain educational rights and services.  Please contact Denise Conrad at 509-291-3695 or visit the "Counseling" area on the district website.
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