Early On® Michigan
  Don’t worry. But don’t wait.
No two children develop and grow at
exactly the same pace. If you have
q...
Project Find Michigan
Helping Young People Succeed In School


www.ProjectFindMichigan.org

 In Michigan we know that
 edu...
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Child Find Michigan Bookmark, Jan. 2009

  1. 1. Early On® Michigan Don’t worry. But don’t wait. No two children develop and grow at exactly the same pace. If you have questions or concerns about how your child is developing or if you think that your child might need extra help, Don’t Worry, But don’t wait. Call Early On® Michigan to find out what you can do. By 6 months does your baby: • Sometimes sit without support? • Roll over? • Babble 2 sounds or more? • Reach for toys or people? By 12 months does your toddler: • Step with support? • Give affection? • Follow simple directions? • Say 2 or 3 words? Call to find out what you can do. 1-800-Early-On TTY: (517) 668-2505 For more information visit us online at www.1800EarlyOn.org. This document was produced and distributed through an IDEA Mandated Activities Project, Project Find Michigan awarded by the Michigan Dept. of Education at a cost of $0.04 per card. The opinions expressed herein do not necessarily reflect the position or policy of the Michigan Department of Education, Michigan State Board of Educa- tion, or the U.S. Department of Education, and no endorsement is inferred. This document is in the public domain and may be copied for further distribution when proper credit is given. For further information or inquiries about this project, contact the Michigan Department of Education, Office of Special Education and Early Intervention Services, P.O. Box 30008, Lansing, MI 48909.
  2. 2. Project Find Michigan Helping Young People Succeed In School www.ProjectFindMichigan.org In Michigan we know that education begins at birth. We also know that some of our children need extra help or related services along the way. That’s why Michigan’s special education system helps children from birth to 26 years of age. Some children and youth have more difficulty learning than others. They may have physical, emotional, or communication difficulties that prevent them from learning. Project Find provides a referral to special education services through Michigan’s public schools. If you know of a child or youth who is struggling with learning, call Project Find Michigan at (800) 252-0052. STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION Kathleen N. Straus - President John C. Austin - Vice President Carolyn L. Curtin - Secretary Marianne Yared McGuire - Treasurer Nancy Danhof - NASBE Delegate Elizabeth W. Bauer Reginald M. Turner Casandra E. Ulbrich EX-OFFICIO MEMBERS Jennifer M. Granholm - Governor Michael P. Flanagan - Superintendent of Public Instruction

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