- 6 Months: Sits with head held up; Rolls over in both directions Babbles, squeals, laughs
- 12 Months: Walks, points and waves. Says “mama” or “dada” and knows own name
- 18 Months: Uses a spoon; Builds a tower of 3 Blocks. Speaks in phrases; Follows simple directions.
- 2 Years: Runs, jumps and walks up and down stairs Speaks in short sentences; Gives hugs & kisses
- 3 Years: Potty-learning, imitates simple drawings Speaks so others understand; Plays with children
- 4 Years: Dresses and undresses; Uses scissors Names colors, draws faces, follows rules
- 5 Years: Draws a person with 6-8 body parts. Uses complete sentences; Writes own name
Salem Family Resources and the area Early Childhood Mental Health Team conduct screenings of young children to assess their general development and connect families to appropriate services and resources that help children grow and develop successfully.
"Watch Me Grow" is a developing system of screening and referral to ensure that families with children birth to six years old in New Hampshire are consistently able to access developmental information, support, health and developmental screenings.
Parents remain with their child and are the reporters of behaviors and information about their children. Screenings employ the Ages & Stages Questionnaire, (ASQ-3), a standardized, developmental and social-emotional screening for children from ages one month to 5 ½ years. The ASQ assesses strengths and trouble spots, educates parents about developmental milestones, and incorporates parents' expert knowledge about their children.
Screenings take approximately 30 minutes to complete.
Please contact us to schedule a developmental screening for your child.
Phone: (603) 898-5493 Email: mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org