Birth To 3 Early Intervention
Concerns About My Child
All babies and toddlers develop and learn differently. As parents, we often are in a constant state of wonder (and worry) whether our child’s development is on track.
Most often, children follow a predictable developmental pattern…
However, numerous studies reveal that up to 15 percent of children have a developmental delay but only 3% of these children are receiving appropriate supportive services. It is important for you to recognize when your child may have a delay and seek out these services. You have made the first step, let WeeTalk’s expert therapists help you along the way! Early intervention makes a difference!
Boyle CA, Boulet S, Schieve LA, et al. Trends in the prevalence of developmental disabilities in U.S. children, 1997–2008. Pediatrics 2011;127:1034–42
Did you know communication begins at birth and develops very rapidly through the first three years of life? If you are concerned about your child’s communication skills, don’t wait to get the help and support you need!
As your baby grows, the development of their muscles will help them hold their head up, sit, crawl and eventually walk, run, jump and skip! If you are concerned about your physical development, don’t wait to get the help and support you need!
Feeding / Self Help
Feeding your baby should be a moment filled with comfort and bonding, sometimes things don’t go so smoothly and can be downright stressful! If you are concerned about your child’s feeding skills, don’t wait to get the help and support you need!
Cognition / Play
During infancy and early toddler months is when they learn about the world by touching, looking, manipulating, and listening. Sometimes medical, genetic, or environmental factors impact your child’s ability to learn from their environment. If you are concerned about your child’s cognitive skills, don’t wait to get the help and support you need!
Infants and toddlers learn about who they are by how they are treated. Parents, relatives, and caregivers shape a young child’s self-esteem. These strong relationships help children develop trust. If you are concerned about your child’s emotional well-being, connections with others, don’t wait to get the help and support you need!