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CDC Launches Milestone Tracker App
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is pleased to announce the launch of CDC’s Milestone Tracker – a free app for tracking every child’s development in a fun and easy way.
The new app offers
- Interactive milestone checklists for children ages 2 months through 5 years, illustrated with photos and videos
- Tips and activities to help children learn and grow
- Information on when to act early and talk with a doctor about developmental delays
- A personalized milestone summary that can be easily shared with the doctor and other care providers
- Reminders for appointments and developmental screening
Although it is packed with parent-friendly features, this app isn’t just for parents! Child care and education providers can use it to better understand their students’ skills and abilities and to engage families in monitoring developmental progress.
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