Developmental Screening: Navigating the Pediatrician Visits
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Cy Nadler, PhD and Sarah Nyp, MD
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The AAP recommends conducting general developmental screening at 9, 18, and 30 months, or whenever a concern is expressed. In addition, autism-specific screening is recommended at ages 18 and 24 months of age. When families arrive for their child's well-visits, how can each pediatrician be sure the right screening is taking place to identify any developmental delays quickly and effectively? Hear from Cy Nadler, Phd, and Sarah Nyp, MD, as they discuss the screening process and how to navigate the world of developmental delays and disabilities.
Smith, Michael; Nadler, Cy; and Nyp, Sarah, "Developmental Screening: Navigating the Pediatrician Visits" (2018). Pediatrics in Practice Podcast. 14.