Milestones at Your Child's Own Pace

Parents are often bombarded with information about their toddler’s development and what milestones should be met by what age. 

As any pediatrician will tell you, however, all children are different and achieve these milestones at their own pace. Some walk or talk earlier or later than others, and that’s perfectly normal.

If you suspect that your child is significantly behind, talk with the healthcare provider. There are many helpful tests and assessments to check for developmental delays and also many ways to help toddlers move beyond them.

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