Parents often wonder when and if they should seek developmental advice. Is my baby behind? Is she meeting her milestones? Could my baby benefit from extra help? What can I do as a parent?
Below are some common concerns and very valid reasons to get more information if you have any concerns about your little one’s development.
- I am a first time parent and have so many questions.
- As a parent we/I have a feeling something may not be right.
- My baby is considered high-risk because of problems at birth.
- I don’t know what “normal development” is and I am worried that my baby is behind.
- My pediatrician recommended a developmental consultation.
- My daughter has a health condition and I don’t know how it will impact her development.
- My baby doesn’t babble like other babies we know.
- My little boy doesn’t look at me enough, and he doesn’t respond to his name.
- My older child has special needs and we/I am concerned about our younger child.