Infants and Toddlers (0-3 years old)
The first three years of a child’s life are important for learning and development. As children in this age range grow, they should develop skills such as smiling, communicating, turning over, crawling, eating solid foods, crawling, or standing. Research has shown that these skills usually develop at certain ages on a schedule outlined by developmental milestones.
When a child’s development does not align with developmental milestones, parents and caregivers may become concerned about possible developmental delays.
To learn more about Developmental Milestones from the CDC, click here.
To download the CDC’s Milestones Tracker app, click here.
Would you like to schedule an appointment with us?
The Westside Family Resource and Empowerment Center (WRFEC) understands that you may have concerns about your child’s development. As we work together, we will define your child’s needs and identify appropriate resources and information that will best meet those needs. We can meet with you individually to:
- Address questions or concerns you have regarding your child’s development in the areas of motor, physical, speech, social and emotional, and more.
- Direct you to community services, resources, and supports that benefit infants and toddlers that have developmental delays
- Planning for the transition from Early Start to Preschool
- Answer questions about the intake process and subsequent services provided by the Westside Regional Center
We are here for you! To schedule an individual appointment with us, click here.
Additional resources that may be helpful:
Zero to Three : Information and resources that support infants and toddlers to reach their full potential.
Early Start Neighborhood : Library of resources and learning opportunities related to early intervention services for infants and toddlers with disabilities and their families.
Claris Health : Support for families from pregnancy until your child turns 5.