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					               Bright Futures
                   Infancy
               0 - 11 Months

Children are our future. They will not have
  a bright future unless they receive the
     preventive health care they need.
              -- Betty Bumpers
 Every Child By Two, Immunization Advocacy
                  Coalition
    How to Use Bright Futures:
    Developmental Sections
   Each Developmental Section Includes:
    • Developmental Overview
    • Developmental Charts Family Preparation
      for
      Health Supervision
    • Strengths and Issues of the
      Child, Family and Community
    ...How to Use Bright Futures:
    Developmental Sections

   Health Supervision Topics
    • "Portrait" of the child and family
    • Health supervision questions
    • Developmental surveillance and milestones (or developmental
      surveillance and school performance)
    • Observation of parent-child interaction
    • Physical examination
    • Additional screening procedures
    • Immunizations
    • Anticipatory guidance for the family
    • Opportunities for building partnerships
Infancy: Preconceptual Period

   Preconceptual Period
   Prenatal Period
   Initial Visit
   Birth
   Self-Regulation
   Physical Development
   Cognitive/Linguistic Development
   Social/Emotional Development
   Family and Community
...Infancy: Prenatal Period

   Preconceptual Period
   Prenatal Period
   Initial Visit
   Birth
   Self-Regulation
   Physical Development
   Cognitive/Linguistic Development
   Social/Emotional Development
   Family and Community
...Infancy: Initial Visit

   Preconceptual Period
   Prenatal Period
   Initial Visit
   Birth
   Self-Regulation
   Physical Development
   Cognitive/Linguistic Development
   Social/Emotional Development
   Family and Community
...Infancy: Birth

   Preconceptual Period
   Prenatal Period
   Initial Visit
   Birth
   Self-Regulation
   Physical Development
   Cognitive/Linguistic Development
   Social/Emotional Development
   Family and Community
...Infancy: Self-Regulation

   Preconceptual Period
   Prenatal Period
   Initial Visit
   Birth
   Self-Regulation
   Physical Development
   Cognitive/Linguistic Development
   Social/Emotional Development
   Family and Community
...Infancy:
Physical Development - Part 1
    Preconceptual Period
    Prenatal Period
    Initial Visit
    Birth
    Self-Regulation
    Physical Development - 1
    Cognitive/Linguistic Development
    Social/Emotional Development
    Family and Community
...Infancy:
Physical Development - Part 2
    Preconceptual Period
    Prenatal Period
    Initial Visit
    Birth
    Self-Regulation
    Physical Development - 2
    Cognitive/Linguistic Development
    Social/Emotional Development
    Family and Community
...Infancy:
Physical Development - Part 3
    Preconceptual Period
    Prenatal Period
    Initial Visit
    Birth
    Self-Regulation
    Physical Development - 3
    Cognitive/Linguistic Development
    Social/Emotional Development
    Family and Community
...Infancy:
Cognitive Development
   Preconceptual Period
   Prenatal Period
   Initial Visit
   Birth
   Self-Regulation
   Physical Development
   Cognitive/Linguistic
    Development
   Social/Emotional Development
   Family and Community
...Infancy:
Social Development - Part 1
   Preconceptual Period
   Prenatal Period
   Initial Visit
   Birth
   Self-Regulation
   Physical Development
   Cognitive/Linguistic Development
   Social/Emotional Development - 1
   Family and Community
...Infancy:
Social Development - Part 2
   Preconceptual Period
   Prenatal Period
   Initial Visit
   Birth
   Self-Regulation
   Physical Development
   Cognitive/Linguistic Development
   Social/Emotional Development - 2
   Family and Community
...Infancy:
Family & Community - Part 1
   Preconceptual Period
   Prenatal Period
   Initial Visit
   Birth
   Self-Regulation
   Physical Development
   Cognitive/Linguistic Development
   Social/Emotional Development
   Family and Community - 1
...Infancy:
Family & Community - Part 2
   Preconceptual Period
   Prenatal Period
   Initial Visit
   Birth
   Self-Regulation
   Physical Development
   Cognitive/Linguistic Development
   Social/Emotional Development
   Family and Community - 2
...Infancy:
Family & Community - Part 3
   Preconceptual Period
   Prenatal Period
   Initial Visit
   Birth
   Self-Regulation
   Physical Development
   Cognitive/Linguistic Development
   Social/Emotional Development
   Family and Community - 3
Health Supervision:
One Month Visit

   Step 1: Questions for the Parent(s)
   Step 2: Developmental Surveillance and Milestones
   Step 3: Observation of Parent-Infant Interaction
   Step 4: Physical Examination
   Step 5: Additional Screenings and
    Procedures
   Step 6: Anticipatory Guidance
... One Month Visit:
Developmental Surveillance

   Step 1: Questions for the Parent(s)
   Step 2: Developmental Surveillance
    and Milestones
   Step 3: Observation of Parent-Infant Interaction
   Step 4: Physical Examination
   Step 5: Additional Screenings and
    Procedures
   Step 6: Anticipatory Guidance
... One Month Visit:
Observation

   Step 1: Questions for the Parent(s)
   Step 2: Developmental Surveillance and Milestones
   Step 3: Observation of Parent-Infant
    Interaction
   Step 4: Physical Examination
   Step 5: Additional Screenings and
    Procedures
   Step 6: Anticipatory Guidance
... One Month Visit:
Physical Examination

   Step 1: Questions for the Parent(s)
   Step 2: Developmental Surveillance and Milestones
   Step 3: Observation of Parent-Infant Interaction
   Step 4: Physical Examination
   Step 5: Additional Screenings and
    Procedures
   Step 6: Anticipatory Guidance
... One Month Visit:
Additional Screenings

   Step 1: Questions for the Parent(s)
   Step 2: Developmental Surveillance and Milestones
   Step 3: Observation of Parent-Infant Interaction
   Step 4: Physical Examination
   Step 5: Additional Screenings and
    Procedures
   Step 6: Anticipatory Guidance
... One Month Visit:
Anticipatory Guidance
   Step 1: Questions for the Parent(s)
   Step 2: Developmental Surveillance and Milestones
   Step 3: Observation of Parent-Infant Interaction
   Step 4: Physical Examination
   Step 5: Additional Screenings and Procedures
   Step 6: Anticipatory Guidance
    • Promotion of Healthy and Safe Habits
    • Promotion of Parent-Infant Interaction
    • Promotion of Constructive Family Relationships
      and Parental Health
    • Promotion of Community Interactions
Infancy: 0 - 11 Months


   Summary of Health Supervision
    Visits
    •   Initial Visit: Beginning the Partnership
    •   Newborn Visit
    •   Within First Week Visit
    •   One Month Visit
    •   Two Month Visit
    •   Four Month Visit
    •   Six Month Visit
    •   Nine Month Visit
Building Partnerships During
Infancy

 What Else Should We Talk About?
 • Summarize findings at
   the end of each visit.
 • Arrange Continuing Care
    • Before the Next Visit
    • Other Care
    • Strengths
...Building Partnerships During
Infancy

              What Else Should We
               Talk About?
              • Summarize findings at
                the end of each visit.
              • Arrange Continuing Care
                 • Before the Next Visit
                 • Other Care
Periodicity Schedule



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Recommended
Health Supervision
Visits
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out more about Bright Futures, contact:


            Bright Futures Project
            National Center for Education in
            Maternal and Child Health
            Georgetown University
            2000 15th Street, North, Suite 701
            Arlington, VA 22201-2617

            Tel: (703) 524-7802
            Fax: (703) 524-9335
            E-mail: BrightFutures@ncemch.org
            Bright Futures Web site: www.brightfutures.org

				
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