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How can parents know their child is developing on schedule?

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Dr. Lisa Roberts
Pediatrics 23 years experience
Regular checkups: In the first two years of life, your child should be seeing his pediatrician very frequently for regular well child checkups. During each of those checkups, your doctor will assess your child's various developmental milestones to inform you of his progress. A great resource online from the aap can be found at http://www.Healthychildren.Org/english/ages-stages/pages/default.Aspx.

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