Royal Far West and Project SPROUTS are bringing free health checks for children in Parkes, Peak Hill, Tullamore and Trundle.
This free development screening program is for children aged three to five years old, and will help to identify lifestyle, development or illness-related issues.
The program includes fine and gross motor skills assessment, speech and language assessment, hearing and a dental check.
Children required further assessment will be referred to appropriate local services, and those with complex needs may also be referred to Royal Far West's Paediatric Development Program.
The program is run in partnership with Ronald McDonald House Charities, and supported by Neighbourhood Central, ARTC Inland Rail, North Parkes Mine, and Parkes Shire Council,
Children must to be registered to attend, with the checks to take place between October 19 and 23.
All children must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.
For more information please call Grace on 02 8966 8557.
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