Health and Development Check
All Haringey children aged 2 who attend an early years setting will have a development check. This check makes sure that we pick up any development needs as soon as possible so that we can offer you additional support if you need it.
Your health visitor will also carry out a health check when your child is two years old.
What to expect in the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS)
A guide for parents
The Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) outlines what adults must do to help children learn and develop and to be healthy and safe. This guide is for parents of children from birth to when they are 5 years old. It will help you find out more about your child’s learning and development in the EYFS.
This guide provides you with lots of information about what children do at different ages as well as tips for how you can help them. If you are still concerned, you should contact your child’s health visitor or talk to their nursery.
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- Speech and Language Therapy
- Physiotherapy Service
- Children's Occupational Therapy Service
- Language and Autism Support Team
- Approaches to Working with Children with Autism
- Nursing Services
- Community Nutrition and Dietetic Service
- Health Development Checks
- Personal Health Budget
- Children and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS)
- Sensory Support Team - Hearing
- Sensory Support Team - Vision
- Health Conditions