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Development, play and safety


Play is a crucial part of development for all babies as this is how they learn about themselves and the world around them. Although most babies follow a similar pattern or sequence of development, there is a broad ‘expected’ age range for achieving milestones.

Below are a list of websites which illustrate the developmental milestones during the first few months and years and what you might expect to see your baby achieve. If you are ever concerned about your baby’s development, please speak with your CaFHS nurse who can provide you with support and advice.

The Royal Children’s Hospital Melbourne:
Centre of Community Child Health


Website - CCCH 1
Website - CCCH 2
    
 

Parenting SA – Parent Easy Guides

 
 Website - PEGs 1
 Website - PEGs keeping children safe
 
Website - PEGs milestones 0-4
 
Website - PEGs growing and learning
 
Website - PEGs developmental delay
 

 
Circle of Security website

 

 Website - Circle of Security
 Website - Circle of Security 3
 

Kidsafe SA

 

Website - Kidsafe 1
 Website - Kidsafe 2
 
Website - Kidsafe 3
 
Website - Kidsafe 4
 

Playgroup SA

 

SA Department for Education
Greatstart: Everyday ideas for learning

 
Website - PlaygroupSA
 
Website - Greatstart
 

My Health and Development Record

 
 Blue Book thumbnail 
 

Raising Children Network website

 
 Website - RCN 
Website - RCN 0-1 month
 
Website - RCN 1-2 months
 
Website - RCN 2-3 months
 
Website - RCN baby cues
 
Website - RCN anger
 
Website - RCN baby massge in pics
 
Website - RCN CPR
 
Website - RCN choking
 
Website - RCN tummy time
 
Website - RCN subscribe
 
Website - RCN play learning ATSI
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