Should I be concerned about my child's development?
You should also always talk to your child’s doctor about what you are seeing with your child’s growth, development and health and what your concerns are.
Ages and Stages Questionnaire
Help Me Grow offers the Ages & Stages Questionnaire (ASQ) Online screening for Ohio families with children under age three to help parents understand how their child is developing and whether there are any concerns. This developmental screening is free, short, and easy to complete. Access the screening here.
The mission of Baby Navigator is to provide resources and tools for families to celebrate and support their baby’s early learning and nurture the development of language and success in school…and in life.
First Words Project: Smart Early Screening for Autism and Communication Disorders (Smart ESAC)
FIRST WORDS® Project is a longitudinal research investigation in the Florida State University Autism Institute in the College of Medicine designed to improve screening tools and early detection of communication problems by maximizing the role of the family and to help families support their child’s development and access intervention services sooner. The First Words Project provides parents and practitioners with early learning tools to help young children grow and and reach developmental milestones. The Smart ESAC is a new online screening tool designed as a universal screen based on parent report. You can learn more about the First Words Project, its staff, and how your data may be used here.
Milestone Checklists (cdc.org)
The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has many resources including videos, written materials, and an app that help you compare your child’s development with other children. CDC also has the Indicadores en acción for Spanish speakers.