Favorite Resources:

Developmental Wonders~
Hints & Milestone Checklists:
0-3 Months
4-6 Months
7-9 Months
10-12 Months
13-15 Months
16-18 Months
24 Months
30 Months
36 Months

*Please note, babies develop at an individual pace, and there is a range of fluctuation within what is considered typical and atypical development.  Whenever you have concerns, for any reasons, be sure to check with your pediatrician.  You are your child’s best advocate.  Early intervention is critical for little ones demonstrating challenges in their development.

The listed charts are only to be used as a guideline to reference your child's development.  These charts do not account for children that have been born premature or with special needs.  A child is considered premature if born before 36-weeks gestation.  Until the age of 24-months, a premature child's age is adjusted according to the number of weeks they were born premature.  For example, if your baby is 4-months old but born 8-weeks early, they would have an adjusted age of two months of age.  So you should look at your child's
development as if they are 2-months of age, instead of 4-months old. 
Developmental Sites: 
American Academy of Pediatrics
Breast Feeding and Pumping
Center for Disease Control (Statistics and Information)
Creative Space USA (Fun Place)
Developmental Milestones
Developmental Milestones
Developmental Stages
Developing Child
Dr. Daniel Weissbluth
Dr. Jay Gordon
Special Needs
Family and Marriage Therapy
Premature Infants
Eyes on Track
Sensory Processing Disorder
Sensory Processing Disorder Network-Dr. Lucy Jane Miller
TMB Educational Enterprises 
Sensory Tools
Kozie Sensory Clothes
Activity Ideas
Occupational Therapy Treatment Ideas
American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
First Signs 
Autism and Behavior
Autism Resource Website
Behavior Intervention Association
Autism Speaks
Autism Society
Speech Therapy
Pediatric Speech Disorders
Speech Apraxia
i-Pad Communication Options
Hearing Loss
Childhood Cancer
Cerebral Palsy
National Association for Down Syndrome
National Down Syndrome Society
Food Allergies
Respite Care & Family Supports
Social Security Benefits
American Occupational Therapy Association
American Physical Therapy Association
American Speech-Language-Hearing Association
Legal Education Advocates
Bullying and Abuse

Sites Specific to Wisconsin Resources:

Children's Hospital of Wisconsin
Bayshore Pediatrics
Shorewood Family Physicians
Early Intervention (Birth to Three Program in WI)
St. Francis Children's Center
Autism Society of Wisconsin
Wisconsin Early Autism Project
Down Syndrome Association of Wisconsin
Wisconsin Insurance Law
Whitefish Bay Library
Glaze Pottery
Boswell Books, Milwaukee
Little Monsters (Toys, Clothes, Accessories), Milwaukee
Betty Brinn's Children's Museum
Milwaukee Zoo
Schlitz Audubon Nature Preschool

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