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Early identification: Surveillance and screening

In Los Angeles County, too many children ages 0-5 are not screened for developmental and behavioral delays. When children are not routinely screened, they miss out on opportunities to address developmental and behavioral concerns and receive early intervention services. Receiving intervention services when a delay is detected early can improve physical, mental and socioemotional health and overall well-being. This brief explores key challenges and system-level barriers that impact early identification in practice. (author abstract)
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United States

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