You are the best observer of your child's behavior
Welcome to the Well Child Lens specialty features for parents and caregivers of children birth to 3 years of age
Your pediatrician sees your child for just 20 minutes every few months or even once a year. Well Child Lens' personalized and interactive tools are designed to provide you with information during the first 36 months of your child's life. These specialty features, created for parents and caregivers, targets information to your child's age. These tools will help you identify warning signs and missing milestones in your child as well as provide you with a screening tool to evaluate your 16 to 30 month old for autism and offer guidance for next steps, if necessary.
Track Your Child's Development: The Well Line
The Well Line is a guided journey through the first three years of your child's life, a time of incredible growth. By tracking that growth on the Well Line, you can identify how your child is developing compared to other children.
As your child reaches 2, 4, 6, 9, 12, 24 and 36 months, the Well Line automatically brings up video examples of the developmental milestones at those ages. When your child reaches the ages of the recommended pediatric well visits, the Well Line brings up a video of a well visit of a child your child's age, along with friendly reminders to screen for autism at 18 and 24 months.
With the Well Line, you can track your child's first steps, first word, even first point.
My child's first...
It was great - she crawled right across the living room with a huge smile on her face. You could see she knew how excited I was.1 day ago
There's a first time for everything. Record all of your child’s firsts—from first smile, to first crawl, to first word and beyond—and add notes for memories that last a lifetime.
My child's first...
Banana15 hours ago
My child's first...
It was great - she crawled right across the living room with a huge smile on her face. You could see she knew how excited I was.1 month ago
Your child will visit the pediatrician a lot in the first three years. Use the Well Line to record your notes before, during and after each well visit. You'll be prepared to talk to your child’s doctor every time you go.
Pediatrician visit for Samantha
She has a funny rash on her back, took a picture on my phone in case it clears up. Remember to ask Dr. Smith about this!30 May 2014
Pre-school Teacher Meeting
First meeting with new pre-school teacher.14 April 2014
At key times in your child's development, you'll see well visit exams and developmental milestones that help you determine where your child is at compared to children of similar ages.
Well Child Exam (2Mo)
We see Edward, a typically-developing young boy at his 2 month well-child visit. Edward's mother and doctor discuss what milestones Edward has already reached.July 31st 2014
Dr. Smith discusses how failing to respond to another person's voice is one of the first symptoms that a parent may notice when a child is at risk for autism. This clip provides several examples of how typically developing children reflexively respond to their name, whereas children with autism often do not respond when someone calls their name despite numerous, varied attempts to gain their attention.June 12th 2014
Record Observations & Concerns
Parents and caregivers are often the first to notice if something is wrong. With the Well Line, you can note your observations, struggles and triumphs as your child grows.
Johnny’s sleep problems
He just will not go to sleep. Last night I finally gave in and he sat with us in the living room and watched The Late Show. Then we fell asleep while he watched and sucked on his binky. And I don't want to get him hooked on TV either, BTW.15 hours ago
"Favorite" any video on the site and it’ll appear on your Well Line so you can find and watch it easily. You can even add a note to remind you why it was important.
Teaching Lucas Receptive Language Skills
My daughter loves to sing -- here's a way she can learn new words4 minutes ago
Twins Playing with Mom1 day ago
Love of NYC Subway
This kid is so cute. Remember to show this to Lisa - she would love it2 days ago
Screen Your Toddler
Together with leading autism experts, we created an interactive screening tool based on the Modified Checklist for Autism in Toddlers (M-CHAT), the clinically validated parent questionnaire used by most pediatric healthcare providers at the 18 and 24 month well visits. It has been designed for toddlers 16 to 30 months of age and contains video examples of the behavior in question. We'll remind you when it's time to screen, guide you through the questions, and provide detailed results that assess your child's risk for autism. We are putting it in your hands, with results to share with your pediatric health care provider.
Custom video clips accompany each of the 20 questions in the screening tool. Our detailed video examples of early childhood behavior help clarify the question so that you answer more accurately.
Does your child copy what you do?
Instant Follow Up
Our smart screener guides your through the questions and provides comprehensive results for you to share with your child's pediatrician. We also provide follow up videos based on your responses that help you further understand early childhood development and take action if your child is at risk for developmental delays.
Your Results, Any Time, Always Secure
The result of each screening is saved in your profile on our secure server. You can share the results with your doctor or therapists through secure links, so that the results are always available to you and your healthcare providers.
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