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Play and Social Skills

Oct 20, 2011 Download iCalendar | Nov 17, 2011 Download iCalendar | Jan 12, 2012 Download iCalendar | Feb 16, 2012 Download iCalendar | Mar 08, 2012 Download iCalendar | Apr 12, 2012 Download iCalendar | May 10, 2012 Download iCalendar | Jun 07, 2012 Download iCalendar Please join us for a discussion about child play and social skills. In this workshop, we will share facts about child social development, techniques to hlep you play with your child to aid social development, and ways to set up and manage the environment to help your child be successful.

All workshops will be held from 7 to 8:30PM at the Child Find/Early Childhood Resource Center listed below:

October 18: Virginia Hills
November 15: Dunn Loring
January 10: Rocky Run
February 14: Virginia Hills
March 6: Dunn Loring
April 10: Rocky Run
May 8: Virginia Hills
June 5: Dunn Loring

To register: Contact any of the sites at the phone numbers listed below:

Dunn Loring Child Find/Early Childhood Resource Center
2334 Gallows Rd.
Dunn Loring, VA 22027

Rocky Run Child Find/Early Childhood Resource Center
4400 Stringfellow Road
Chantilly, VA 20151

Virginia Hills Child Find/Early Childhood Resources Center
6520 Diana Lane
Alexandria, VA 22310

About Child Find

Child Find is the process of identifying children with potential special education needs, and educating the community about child development and the importance of early intervention. Child Find services are provided through Fairfax County Public Schools Department of Special Services, Early Childhood Identification and Services (ECID&S) program. Child Find screenings are free to children ages 20 months to 5 years old who are Fairfax County or Fairfax City residents. Note: Child must turn 2 by no later than September 30th. ECID&S staff serve as liaisons and provide assistance and information to local community preschool, day care, Head Start and Family and Early Childhood Education Programs (FECEP). ECIDS&S staff also perform community outreach to increase public awareness of the importance of early intervention, and to ensure that all members of the Fairfax County community are able to access Child Find services, if needed.

About the Early Childhood Special Education Preschool Program

The Fairfax County Early Childhood Special Education Preschool Program serves children ages 2 (by September 30th) to 5 who have been identified as having significant developmental delays in one or more of the following areas: speech, language, fine and/or gross motor, social/emotional, vision and hearing. Children who may be in need of special education or related services are referred to Child Find for information, developmental screenings and possible referral for additional comprehensive evaluations to determine eligibility for services.

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