John Meixner, Regional Superintendent of Schools
Fulton | Hancock | McDonough | Schuyler

Child & Family Connections #13

CFC is an early intervention program that serves infants and children ages 0-3 who have or are at risk of developmental delays. CFC assists families across nine Illinois counties with their children's adaptive, cognitive, communication, physical, and emotional needs.

We assist in identifying, planning, and providing services for children in need of our care. We provide in-home evaluations and therapy sessions, create personalized therapy sessions for you and your family, and monitor progress with 6 month check-ups. 

Developmental Screenings

A developmental screening is a snapshot of how your child is doing in the following areas: Communication, Fine Motor, Gross Motor, Problem-Solving, and Personal-Social.

Developmental Screenings are available for children birth to age 3 at no cost to families.  

For referrals, call Joanna at 309-575-3242.  

Child and Family Connections Virtual Conference Awards

At the 2021 CFC Virtual Conference on March 25 and 26, 2021, Sherry Bishop and Cassie Silberer from our CFC #13 received awards.

Sherry Bishop (pictured left in middle image below) received the AFFIRMovators Award for radiating positive energy and goes the extra mile to help others find it too. 

Cassie Silberer (pictured right in middle image below) received the WINovators award for welcoming change as a new beginning, having a plan for moving forward, or seeing possibility in difficult things.

Child and Family Connections #13 is funded by the Department of Human Services under the Regional Office of Education #26. Serving: Fulton, Hancock, Henderson, Knox, McDonough, Mercer, Rock Island, Schuyler and Warren Counties. 

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