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What Do You Do When Your Child Isn't Meeting Their Milestones?

As a parent, you want to ensure that your child is reaching their developmental milestones. However, if you suspect that your child isn't meeting these milestones, taking proactive steps is crucial to provide the support they need.


Here's What You Can Do:

If you have concerns about your child's development, here are essential actions you can take:


1. Contact a Child Health Nurse: 

Action: Reach out to a Child and Family Health Nurse to share your concerns and request a developmental assessment.


2. Early Intervention Services: 

Action: If concerns are identified, discuss the use of early intervention services, which can provide tailored support to address specific developmental challenges.


3. Consult a GP or Paediatrician: 

Action: Medical professionals can rule out underlying health issues and provide guidance on the next steps.


4. Engage with Schools and Teachers: 

Action: Collaboration with educators is key. Share assessment findings with your child's school and teachers to ensure a coordinated approach to support their learning journey.


Take Action:

Every child is unique, and early intervention can make a significant difference in their future success. By taking these steps and seeking professional guidance, you can empower your child to reach their full potential and thrive in their developmental journey.


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