For your newborn visit
, we have provided some handouts that address common newborn issues.
2 Week Visit
For your 2 week visit
, already the questions have started, so we have provided more valuable information for you to read.
2 Month Visit
For your 2 month visit
, please look over the American Academy of Pediatrics TIPP® sheet for ages 0-6 months. It is filled with valuable information to help you keep your child both safe and happy.
Make certain that your baby’s car safety seat is installed correctly. Read and follow the instructions that come with the car safety seat and the sections in the owners’ manual of your car. Use the car safety seat every time your child is in the car.
4 Month Visit
Around your 4 month visit
is a good time to start thinking about issues of teething and tooth care. You will find some information covering these issues below as well as general well-child information and developmental milestones to be aware of.
6 Month Visit
For your 6 month visit
, please look over the American Academy of Pediatrics TIPP® sheet for ages 6-12 months. Now is the time to start thinking about solid food and food allergies. We’ve also provided information on choking prevention from the AAP.
9 Month Visit
For your 9 Month Visit
, it is a good idea to review the lead questionnaire, and screening.
12 Month Visit
For your 12 month visit
, please review the AAPs handout on discipline. We’ve also included information for communicating, walking and feeding.
15 Month Visit
For your 15 month visit
, please look over the ABC’s of Good Nutrition.
18 Month Visit
Around your 18 month visit
, you are probably beginning to think about avoiding or handling temper tantrums – we’re here to help!
2 Year Visit
By the 2 year visit
, you’re thinking potty training. There really is no better time—so we have provided a couple of documents designed to aid you in this exciting time. Also review the safety tips in the American Academy of Pediatrics TIPP® sheet for 2-4 year-olds.
3 Year Visit
For your 3 year visit
, how’s meal time going? We know it isn’t always easy.
4 Year Visit
For your 4 year visit
, it’s time to talk about healthy eating.
5 Year Visit
For your 5 year visit
, please review the safety tips in the American Academy of Pediatrics TIPP® sheet for 5-year-olds. Remember: At age 5, your child is learning to do many things that can cause serious injury—bike, street, fire, car, firearm, and water safety are key. Even if your child knows how to swim, never let him or her swim alone.