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Implementation of developmental screening in early childhood education: An investigation of process variables and acceptability


Many children with developmental delays need early intervention services but do not receive them. Developmental screening provides the impetus for identification of delays and service referrals but is not used consistently across all early childhood education settings. We used an implementation science framework to examine attitudes and engagement in a developmental screening program across three early childcare centers. (author abstract)

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United States

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