What is it? How do I use it?
Grand County's Referral Roadmap for Standardized Developmental Screenings is a document representing the process of screening, referral, and follow-up across the entire community. It describes when each type of professional conducts screenings, how to make appropriate referrals post-screening, what screening entities can expect as follow-up from referral agencies once a referral is made, and the messaging that families receive at each step in the community process.
Where did it come from?
Grand County's Roadmap is a living, ever-evolving document generated by ongoing input from stakeholders in the community. In 2010, a group of health care and early childhood professionals came together in Grand County to express concern about local practices surrounding developmental screening, referral, and follow-up:
Suggest an edit
If you are a Grand County professional and think the Roadmap should be changed to better reflect the community and its needs, there's no need to wait until the next annual meeting. Please take a few minutes to send us your input so that the Roadmap can be continuously improved.