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The New York State Department of Health recommends every child be tested at one and two years of age and assessed for risk of lead poisoning at each well-child visit up until 6 years of age.
The Children with Special Health Care Needs program is the “umbrella” which houses Early Intervention (EI), Preschool Special Education (CPSE) and Child Find. It is also a resource and referral program for children birth through age 21.
The Cayuga County Health Department offers a variety of free programs for pregnant women, new mothers and babies.
WIC is a federally funded healthy food and nutrition program available to families in your community.