Developmental Information

Milestone Moments

How your child plays, learns, speaks, and acts offers important clues about your child's development. Developmental milestones are things most children can do by a certain age. Talk to your child's doctor at every visit about the milestones your child has reached and what to expect next. These short videos, produced locally, were created with information from the Center for Disease Control. For more information visit

Find out what's happening at each developmental stage of your child's life from birth to age three.

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Born Learning

Born Learning is a public engagement campaign that helps parents, grandparents and caregivers explore ways to turn everyday moments into fun learning opportunities. Get more information at

Find out what's happening at each developmental stage of your child's life from birth to age five.


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 Birth   12-18 months
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  18-24 months
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 24-36 months   3 years

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If you are worried that your child may not be growing and developing like other children there are resources available in St. Clair County to help.

Early On

Early On assists families with infants and toddlers, from birth until they turn 36 months or 3 years of age, who may be experiencing delays in their development or if they have a diagnosed disability.

Stacy Thomas, Early On Coordinator
(810) 455-4398

Great Start Home Visiting

Teri Tabacco, Parent Educator
(810) 357-7621

Jennifer Gunderson , Parent Educator
(810) 455-4443

Are you concerned about your child's development? Don't worry but don't wait. Click here to make a referral today

Ages & Stages
Children develop skills or reach "milestones" at their own pace.  How is your child doing?  Fill out the free questionnaire to determine how your child is developing.
Give your child a Great Start

Remember these 5 simple guidelines to give your child the best possible start in life:

  • Take care of yourself so you can care for your child.
  • Provide a warm and loving environment.
  • Talk, sing and read to your child.
  • Create a predictable world for your child.
  • Understand and respond to your child’s needs.