Developmental Milestones
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As someone who cares about children, you know that no two are exactly the same. Each child progresses at an individual rate. Usually developmental differences are nothing to worry about, but sometimes they can signal a need for help. You may be the first person to notice warning signs. 

Important clues about you child's development can be found in the way they play, speak or act. The earlier a developmental delay is found, the better the chance that Early Intervention services can help a child reach his or her full potential. Click on the age of your child to see a list of developmental milestones. Talk with your child's doctor about the milestones your child has reached and the skills not yet learned. 

Two Months
Four Months
Six Months
Nine Months
One Year 
Eighteen Months
Two Years
Three Years 

Other helpful documents: 

How to Help Your Child 
How to Talk with the Doctor 
Developmental Screening Fact Sheet 
Warning Signs of Developmental Concerns in Infants and Toddlers 
Learn the Signs, Act Early