Developmental screenings, abundant in NC, help kids with disabilities

"Every child is unique, which means they don't all develop in the same way." 91 percent of primary care practices in the state include screening for developmental delays in well child visits, but a lack in some communities' access to pediatricians and appointments means some children are not screened or connected to care. Early intervention ensures children are better prepared to succeed when they reach Kindergarten.

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