Developed by experts in child development at McMaster University, this program provides healthcare professionals access to certified online learning programs, resources, and communities related to Ontario's Enhanced 18-Month Well-Baby Visit.
This easy 5-10 minute online tool helps parents think about any items that they may want to discuss about their child’s development with the family’s health care provider.
Integrate the Visit Planner into your practice.
English - French
The most important resources relevant to the enhanced visit located on a single webpage. Frequently accessed links and PDFs at your fingertips.
This more comprehensive collection of key tools, service information, patient education, and reference resources on core topics related to the 18-month visit have been indexed with quick links to content. You can perform a keyword search for resources, or browse by categories (e.g. search for resources related to nutrition or behaviour, or patient education handouts).
Video examples showing a child successfully demonstrate each item and activity on the NDDS checklist.
This easy 5-10 minute guide helps patients think about any items that they may want to discuss about their child’s development with the family’s health care provider.
This e-learning course was created for parents of newborn children to 2.5 years to provide them with information on the role of attachment and routines in language development, insight into how communication develops from birth, as well as practical strategies to promote your child’s understanding and use of language at home.
This e-guide was developed by York Region’s Best Start Network to provide parents in Ontario with information and tips to understand and promote their children’s social and emotional development from birth to Grade One.
Programs to recommend to parents while they wait for services.
Speech and Language tips for patients that they can do while waiting for services.
Hello! Welcome to our new web site. This site is not fully supported in Internet Explorer 7 (and earlier) versions.
Please upgrade your Internet Explorer browser to a newer version.
As an alternative, you can use either of the options below to browse the site: