These first years set the stage not just for school, but for life. As your baby grows into a young child, she will have many experiences, learn lots of things and gain lots of skills. That's why it's so important to make sure your child's development is progressing during this critical time.
United Way's long-term goal is that all children in our community arrive at kindergarten prepared to succeed. That's why we're promoting Ages & Stages for the Central Kentucky region. Ages & Stages help you keep track of your child's development. Starting at one month and ending at five years, these easy-to-use Questionnaires help you make sure your child is ready to succeed in school and in life.
All information provided by participants is completely confidential and never shared with anyone else. Ages & Stages help you understand more about your child's development while helping United Way see how children in our region are doing. By gathering this information, we can make sure that all children in our community get the tools they need to succeed in school and in life. The first five years of life are very important for your child.
HOW DOES IT WORK?
- Sign up for Ages & Stages using this link to an online form or dial 2-1-1.
- We'll mail your first Questionnaire.
- Complete the Questionnaire with your child and mail it back.
- We'll send results right away! You'll also get helpful tips, fun activities and connections to resources.
Thank you for your interest! You have taken the first step to ensure your child has a successful future!
Click here to complete the sign up form online or call 2-1-1 to register your child.
Please Note...Unfortunately, due to copyright agreements United Way of the Bluegrass is limited to distributing this tool to residents of our service area of Anderson, Bourbon, Clark, Fayette, Jessamine, Madison, Montgomery, Scott and Woodford counties in Central Kentucky. We are sorry, but requests completed by residents of other counties and/or states cannot be processed. If you have concerns about your child's development, try contacting your local school district or your state's early intervention program.