Birth to 5: Watch Me Thrive! Family Resources
Promoting early developmental and behavioral screening

Regular screenings help raise awareness of your child’s development, making it easier to celebrate milestones and identify possible developmental concerns as early as possible. With early and regular screening, you can make sure that your child gets the services and support they need to thrive.

Developmental Screening Passport
Three photos of a baby, toddler, and child stacked on top of another on an orange and white background with the words "Birth to

Use the Developmental Screening Passport (PDF, 1.7MB) to track your child’s screening history and results. Download a printable version (PDF, 1.8MB) to share this information with your child’s doctor and other providers who might be screening your child.

Learn the Signs. Act Early

I know the signs of healthy child development.By tracking your young child’s developmental milestones, you can know a lot more about how your child is learning and growing. CDC’s "Learn the Signs. Act Early" program offers free milestone checklists and other resources to help you track your child’s development and take action if you ever have a concern.

Last Modified: 05/01/2018