ECHO ACCESS Center
490 N. Diamond Ave
ECHO Screening and Access Program – A free way to check your child’s development, vision, hearing, talking, listening & speaking, problem solving, large muscle skills, small muscle skills, social skills, and independent skills. ECHO helps families obtain services from the programs listed below.
Crib to Kindergarten- Early Childhood Mental Health: services support young children’s emotional and behavioral health by working with the family to develop an individualized treatment plan that meet the needs of the child and family.
Colorado Preschool Program: offers a 10 hour/week preschool scholarship to one of the community preschools or child care centers, 2 home visits per year, free ECHO screenings and monthly Child Development Newsletter. Must meet eligibility requirements.
Preschool Special Education: services include; enrollment at a community preschool at no charge to the parent, customized special education services such as: speech/language, motor, or educational experiences provided in classroom settings and Family Support Services
Oh Mama! Maternal Wellness: offers a variety of services and resources to support pregnant women and moms with new-born babies. The program connects the mother to community resources to help achieve maternal wellness, a satisfying mother-baby relationship and the development of healthy, happy, school-ready children.
Infant/Child Loss Support Group: support group is for anyone who has been affected by the loss of a child. The support group provides information, support and a voice for those who have endured a miscarriage, still born, or the death of a child. The group gives the opportunity to: connect with other parents who have had similar losses, share feelings, receive referrals, receive information and education on SIDS, and participate in Holiday memorials to celebrate the life of a child lost.
Early Intervention Colorado: provides developmental support and services to children birth through two years of age who have special developmental needs. The program is designed to “connect” a family with early intervention services, such as occupational, speech, physical or early childhood special educators. The services & supports help infants and toddlers grow and develop, as well as, helping their family in this process. It is a voluntary program and is free to children that qualify.