Parenting & Child Development
Parents often have questions about their child’s development. What is normal? How do I know if my child has a special health need or a developmental delay?
Children grow, develop and learn at their own pace. Conditions not recognized at birth may become noticeable as a child grows and develops.
Some signs your child may need special help include:
If you are the parent of a child age 6 or younger and have questions or concerns about a suspected developmental delay or condition, the Children's Integrated Services Program may be able to help.
Resources For Parents
The Growing Up Healthy Workbook has information about your child's growth from birth to five years of age including information about:
The Growing Up Healthy Newsletters have information about your baby from infancy to early childhood.