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Should you be concerned about your child's development?

By 3 Months

Does your baby...

• roll from side to side?
• play with herhands?
• laugh out loud?
• smile when talked to?
• show interest in faces?

By 6 Months

Does your baby...

• sit up with little support?
• roll over?
• pass things from one hand to the other?
• like to be touched and held?
• listen and respond when spoken to?

By 12 Months

Does your baby...

• stand alone for at least two seconds?
• drink from a cup with help?
• wave good bye?
• use a few short wordslike "mama"?
• sleep through the night?
• play games with youlike "peek-a-boo"?

By 24 Months

Does your toddler...

• walk and run well?
• ask for things by name?
• use two or three words together?
• handle a spoon well?
• get along with other children?

Questions?

Early On Program

 

The Early On Infant Development Program at the Monroe County Intermediate School District (MCISD) is designed to support families with children (birth to three years) who have developmental delays or disabilities.

The first few years of a child's life are very important, but children grow and learn at different rates. If you have questions about how your child is developing, or if you think that your child might need extra help, call Early On Michigan. Early On helps families get the help they need for their children. We believe that parents know what is best for their families. At Early On, we listen to you. You will find friendly, supportive, and knowledgeable people who will talk to you about your concerns. Sometimes, we will arrange a free evaluation. If the evaluation shows that your child needs help, we'll tell you how to get that help at little or no cost. Call 1-800-EARLY ON (327-5966) for free information about your child's development and Early On services, or visit us on the Web at www.1800EarlyOn.org.

 


Resources

Early Childhood Michigan

Resources For Identifying and Acting on Possible Developmental Delays