Early Development Network
The Early Development Network is a program designed to provide services for children age birth to three that have some type of delay in their development or a disability. The program is provided at no cost to families.
If you have questions or concerns about a child's development such as speech, gross motor (sitting, crawling, or walking), fine motor (skills with hands or feeding), hearing, vision or other concerns of development and would like to make a referral, please contact Jodie McConnaughey at 402-274-4354 or click here.
Each family that is referred to our program is assigned a Services Coordinator; Rose Petersen, Lori Harring and Molly Cunningham that will assist the family through the assessment process, connect the family to professionals that can address the child's developmental concerns and link the family with community resources that may be helpful to the child or family. The Services Coordinators at ESU 4 serve the districts of: