Developmental Milestones

The following guides help you know what to look for as children develop from infancy to when they are ready to start kindergarten. Watching these developmental milestones helps families and physicians determine whether early intervention might be needed.

If you have a concern about your child, contact Milestones. We are a stepping stone helping kids achieve their milestones. Ask us about our 30-minute free screenings for children up to 5 years of age.

Birth to 2 Months
2 – 4 Months
4 – 6 Months

All children develop at their own pace, but you can use this guide to help you know what to look for along the way.
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6 – 9 Months
9 – 12 Months
12 – 15 Months
15 – 18 Months
18 – 24 Months
2 Years
3 Years
4 Years
5 Years
Occupational Therapy

Occupational therapy helps children develop the skills to be successful at play, activities of daily living, and learning experiences. Learn More

Physical Therapy

Physical therapy helps children gain critical skills related to independent mobility and gross motor functioning. Learn More

Speech/Language Therapy

Speech/language therapy helps children develop the skills to effectively interact and communicate with those around them. Learn More

Social Work Services

Family support and counseling are a great resource to strengthen families and children. Learn More

Neurofeedback Therapy

Neurofeedback therapy addresses a variety of symptoms and disorders to establish more efficient patterns of activity. Learn More

Social Skills Groups

Social Skills Groups help children build relationships with peers and develop important social pragmatic skills. 
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