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These guidelines will help you every step of the way. We’ve put together our best advice, tips, and warning signs into convenient, easy-to-read documents. After reading them, you can call our office if you have any questions. Our first commitment is to your family.


Parents know who they should go to when their child is sick, but pediatrician visits are just as important for healthy children. The benefits of well-child care visits include prevention of illnesses, nutrition and safety, tracking growth and development, and creating strong and trustworthy relationships among pediatrician, parent and child. Visit the American Academy of Pediatrics Schedule of Well-Child Care Visits to learn more.


Newborn & Infant ( 2 Days - 12 Months )
2 - 5 Days English Espanol
1 Month English Espanol
2 Months English Espanol
4 Months English Espanol
6 Months English Espanol
9 Months English Espanol
12 Months English Espanol
Toddler ( 15 Months - 4 Years )
15 Months English Espanol
18 Months English Espanol
2 Years English Espanol
3 Years English Espanol
4 Years English Espanol
 
 
Children ( 5 - 10 Years )
5-6 Years English Espanol
7-8 Years English Espanol
9-10 Years English Espanol
Adolescents ( 11 - 14 Years )
11-14 Years English Espanol
 
 
Teens ( 15 - 21 Years )
15 - 17 Years English Espanol
18 - 21 Years English
Teenagers and Sleep English

Vanderbilt Assessments

The NICHQ Vanderbilt Assessment Scales are used by healthcare professionals to help diagnose ADHD in children between the ages of 6 and 12.

Vanderbilt Parent Assessment Scale English Espanol
Vanderbilt Parent Assessment Follow Up English Espanol
Vanderbilt Teacher Assessment Scale English
Vanderbilt Teacher Assessment Follow Up English