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Health and Development Review

At two to two-and-a-half years your child will have a health and development review.

This is usually done by a nursery nurse or the health visitor, and may happen at your home, baby clinic, the children's centre, or your child's nursery if they're attending one.

They'll encourage you to talk about your child's progress and will help you with any concerns. You may be asked to fill in a short questionnaire about your baby's development.

It's best if both you and your partner are there. If your child attends an early years setting, such as a nursery or childminder, the review may be linked to your child's early years progress check at age two.

The review will cover:

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This page was last updated on: 21/10/2016

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