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May 15, 2014

South Hampton Child Find

SOUTH HAMPTON — The South Hampton Child Find will run through May 31. The screening process is an attempt to find persons who may be educationally disabled.

Parents or guardians of children in infancy through age 21 living in South Hampton who suspect their child may not be developing skills at an age appropriate time may contract Aline Donabedian, special education director at 603-394-7744 to schedule a free screening. Child do not have to attend public school to receive a screening.

A brochure listing developmental benchmarks through age 5 may be picked up at the Barnard School, Town Hall or the library.

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