The CDC’s “Learn the Signs. Act Early” program helps parents and caregivers track their young child’s development and feel confident in knowing when it’s time to talk to a doctor about missed milestones. Parents can download the new “Milestone Tracker” app on their phones to track social and emotional, communication, cognitive, and physical development milestones for their children between 2 months and 5 years of age. At every age, the app provides illustrated checklists for developmental progress, tips and activities to promote development, and signs that it may be time to talk to a doctor about delays. If you’re concerned about delays, this page has tips for talking to your child’s doctor about developmental screening, asking for a referral to a psychologist, and taking steps towards getting an evaluation. Printable flyers are available in Spanish and English here! Navigating the world of developmental delays can be overwhelming, and we’re so thankful for the CDC for creating such a clear, comprehensive guide! Follow this link to learn more!