How to Screen for Developmental Delays


This post is sponsored by BabyNoggin.

Hello everyone. As soon as we become parents, we pay close attention to the stages of our babies’ development. We celebrate when our babies turn over, suck their thumbs, smile, babble, and then cruise, crawl, walk, talk and all the rest. Doctors advise that we parents schedule frequent check-ups to make sure our babies are developing on track. Yet for we parents, these doctors appointments don’t take the anxiety out of the equation since they don’t happen as often as we would like. Meanwhile, 1 out of every 6 children faces developmental problems, meaning that all the stages I’ve just listed don’t always happen when expected. Early intervention to battle such challenges equals better outcomes for kids. So it behooves us parents to find a way to stay focused on our babies’ development and to ensure that our doctors remain informed, as well.

Read on to learn more about BabyNoggin and enter our $50 Amazon gift card giveaway below!How to Screen for Developmental DelaysToday I’m thrilled to introduce to all of you one of the best baby apps for for tracking developmental milestones to have hit the market: BabyNoggin. The BabyNoggin app was developed to give parents peace of mind, but also for early intervention. Employing recommended screening tools by the American Academy of Pediatrics, BabyNoggin helps you keep close track of how your baby is developing.How to Screen for Developmental DelaysIt also shares your baby’s information with your doctor so that she can stay up to speed on your baby’s development.
How to Screen for Developmental DelaysThe BabyNoggin app does a screening every 2 months over 6 general categories — language development, social & emotional awareness, motor skills, muscle development, self-help and understanding others. It only takes about a minute to screen and all the content is validated by developmental experts. It’s a super quick way to get an assessment on how your baby is developing.

Don’t miss this easy-to-use opportunity to keep track of your baby’s development. Doing the best for your child brings the greatest peace of mind.

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This post is sponsored by BabyNoggin. CloudMom received monetary compensation for this post. The ideas and opinions expressed in this post are my own.

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  • shellypeterson

    This looks like a great app to have.

  • cynthiac

    Early intervention can be very helpful, so it’s good to stay on top of developmental issues.

  • dglitter

    This is a great idea!

    • The app is wonderful! Definitely worth downloading and checking out if you haven’t already. It’s free too!

  • Natalie

    This app would provide parents with a lot of useful info!

  • Outrun1986

    Thanks for the awesome giveaway.

  • Gina Ferrell

    This app is wonderful and with a lot of useful info!

    • Thanks for trying it out! 🙂

  • Gloria Walshver

    This app would be very helpful to young mothers

  • onyiakpanisi

    This is very helpful especially for us young and new moms

    • Oh yes! I love it! Super helpful for new mamas and papas!

  • Dave

    🙂

  • Susan Smith

    This app would be very helpful to new Moms.

  • regina elliott

    Being involved at the beginning and to see problems as they arise is the best way to go

  • tatertot374

    This is very hand tool to have.

    • It really is awesome, especially for new parents!

  • Nightngale

    This was a really interesting read. Thank you for the info!!

  • damanteg

    i wanna win the giveaway

  • shannon fowler

    This is such a great app. I know most parents have difficulty with their first trying to see if they are developing on time.

    • It really is super helpful for new parents! Thanks for trying it out!

  • slehan

    Can’t download the app since it’s only for ipad
    Thanks for the contest.

    slehan at juno dot com

    • Do you mean both iPhone and iPad? If you have an iPhone, it works on that device.

  • This looks like a very useful app- will have to send my daughter the link. Thanks for the giveaway.

    • It is! Thanks for entering! 🙂