Screening with MMI can help your child:
Have you ever wondered if your child is learning and growing to the best of his or her ability? It can be difficult for you, your doctor, or your early childhood provider to know this just by looking at your child. By regularly completing the ASQ-3, hearing, oral health, and vision screenings, you are sharing very important information about how your child is learning and growing, especially in the areas of communication, gross motor, fine motor, problem solving, and personal-social skills. This information will help both your doctor and your early childhood provider give optimal support to your child. All children are unique, and they learn and grow at different rates. At times, kids need a boost to help them be the best they can be. A result showing concern doesn’t mean anything is wrong with your child or your parenting, it simply means that more information is needed. It is common for children to need some help periodically, and the earlier everyone can work together to make sure they get this help, the better. Screening with MMI allows all the experts in your child's life to monitor a child's health while providing you with activities customized to encourage your child's optimal development.
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