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Do more in less time with greater efficiency.

Developmental screening for children birth to 8 years old.

  • Identify developmental delays with age specific data

  • Identify children at risk for autism spectrum disorders and other behavioral difficulties

  • Confidently address parents concerns about their child's delay; know when to refer for additional services or when to recommend "waiting"

  • Screen and consult with your clients from anywhere

  • Instant, automated (error-free!) scoring

  • Generate downloadable/printable report of scored results

  •  Access instant summary report for families.

  • Produces referral letters for sharing with local service providers.

  • Access to vast database of child development intervention services

  • Full Administration Panel for searching & editing completed screens.

  • Complementary training for all tools and free access to digital version of the MCHAT and other supplementary child development screening tools.

pediatricians,hospitals, Family care physicians and child psychologists

Sometimes parents have concerns about their child's development and communicate these concerns when they visit with you. These concerns usually include:

  • Child not communicating or having minimal speech

  •  Child is overly active/hyperactive

  •  Not playing like their neighbors child or not interacting with other children

  • Child is just not "there" in terms of their developmental milestones.

 

As clinicians and developmental specialists, you want to be able to provide assurance based on your observations of the child and the parent report. Using a parent completed standardized screening tool in addition to your observations of the child provides a comprehensive view of the child in quick time.

Our online screening tools provide a systematic way for clinicians and care providers to monitor children's development, address parents concerns and make prompt referrals for early intervention services. Our screening and assessment level tools aid the identification of  children with developmental-behavioral-mental health problems from birth to age 8.

 

International best practices for pediatric populations recommend regular screenings during routine well child visits for children 9 month to 30 months.​

  • 9 months

  • 18 months

  • 30 months

In addition, to routine developmental screenings, children should be screened specifically for autism spectrum disorder (ASD) during regular well-child visits at:

  • 18 months

  • 24 months

Our screening tools make this process seamless, fast and efficient for you and the families you serve. Sign up today and never have to worry about cumbersome reporting; you do more and achieve greater client satisfaction.

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