As parents, we are constantly wanting to be sure that we are doing the best for our children. There are typical guidelines set for us to reference so that we can provide early intervention if needed. Infancy to age 3 are the critical learning years for human development. Identifying deficits or attributes early will give you the opportunity to provide the learning and growth support needed for your individual little one. The following infographic is very helpful for parents who are interested in where their child ranges with typical peers of the same age but it goes up to age 18 and includes a deeper dive into various domains of delopment.  If you feel in any way that your child needs supports or further evaluations at any age, you can contact their physician’s office and/or school. Here is a list of early intervention resources from the CDC.

Infographic provided by WPS

Early Childhood Development Stages and Beyond


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