Growth & Development

Algoma Public Health

Growth & Development

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The early years in a child's life prepare them for their future. The first 6 years of your child's life and the experiences that they have play an important role in your child's development. As a caregiver, you know your child best and can observe and identify possible developmental concerns. The earlier concerns are identified the more you can do to help your child develop well. We offer a number of programs and services that can aid in your child's development.

 

18-month well-baby visit

It is important for your child to be seen by their health care provider at 18-months of age. This visit is an opportunity to discuss your child's development and ask any questions that you may have.

 

Screening Tools and Programs

Pre-School Speech and Language Services (PSLS)

Infant and Child Development Program (ICDP)

Autism

How is my child's nutrition

How is my child developing

How Am I Growing Clinic

 

Anyone can make a referral to the Infant and Child Development Program or Preschool Speech and Language Services by calling (705) 541-7101 or (888) 537-5741.

 

Date of Creation: June 1, 2015

Last Modified: June 1, 2015