Children ranging in age from birth through three years enjoyed activities geared to their special education needs at the second annual Infant Development Program Harvest Carnival on Friday, October 18. Held at the Hiram Johnson Family Education Center, the event was presented by the Sacramento County Office of Education (SCOE) Infant Development Program for several hundred students and family members.
Following dinner, children and families participated in crafts, adaptive carnival games, face-painting, and other fun activities.
The Infant Development Program, operated by the Special Education Department of the Sacramento County Office of Education, provides individualized instruction and therapy for children with speech, hearing, vision, and movement disabilities. Currently, more than 300 children from birth through three years of age participate with their parents in the Infant Development Program at numerous sites throughout Sacramento County.
The Harvest Carnival is presented by staff and volunteers of the Sacramento County Office of Education Infant Development Program with assistance from community supporters.