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Does your child need a developmental screening?

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Pediatric developmental screenings assess a child’s behaviors, such as how they play, learn, speak, behave and move, based on parents, early childhood providers and other caregiver observations, as measured against standardized developmental milestones.

Development screening tests are recommended at nine, 18, and 30 months for behavioral screening, and 18 and 24 months to screen for autism spectrum disorder (ASD).

If your child were to have a developmental disability, diagnosing it early could help lessen learning barriers, and starting various therapies as early as possible can give the best benefit so that they are given support to reach their highest potential.

– Paul J. Thein, ED.S., Core Health Partners

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