Two Year Visit
We will do measurements, and discuss sleep, diet, behavior, child care, safety, and family life. We will begin discussion of toilet training. Developmental milestones include using many single words and some short sentences and phrases, pretend play, side by side play with other children, and some self-care skills, such as brushing teeth, letting needs be known, and picking up after oneself.
We will ask parents again to complete the M-CHAT. Because the next routine visit is not until age three years, if there are any developmental concerns, often we will schedule a follow-up visit in 3-6 months to evaluate progress and concerns.
At age two, we will repeat the blood tests to screen for anemia (the hemoglobin) and for lead exposure.
No immunizations are scheduled at this visit, but we will review the immunization record to determine if any vaccines are needed.