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Take a FREE Clinical Screening Test Today!

Identify developmental concerns (including Autism), and provide data-driven inputs to your primary care provider for further evaluation.

For parents of 0-5-year-olds.

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My son wasn’t diagnosed with autism until he was 9. I could have gotten him much needed help so much earlier if I knew.
— @beachmama918

I know personally how crucial early intervention was for us and I WISH I had something like Pathfinder a year ago
— Mallory W.

My oldest is autistic — this would’ve helped tremendously catching it sooner. Excited to use Pathfinder for my youngest. ❤️
— Laney L.

The hard truth

1 in 5 US children suffers from a mental, behavioral, or developmental disorder that is not being diagnosed before they enter school when it’s much harder (and much more expensive) to make a significant difference.

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20%

  • 17% of US kids suffer from a mental, behavioral, or developmental disorder. (Source)

  • 2.3% of US kids have Autism (Source)

 

  • Only 3% are diagnosed early (before they turn 3) and receive early intervention when the brain has the highest neuroplasticity. (Source)

Why?

It’s easy to notice things babies do that are unusual. It’s harder to notice things that are missing.

— Dr. Turner-Brown

Children are not assessed enough.

Children are assessed only 4 times during their first 5 years. The first signs of developmental delays involve the absence of typical behaviors — not the presence of atypical ones. Your child might not present the signs at a 15-minute well-child visit. 

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Only ~ 17-34% of pediatricians use clinical screenings.

Why aren’t pediatricians employing evidence-based tools? According to the prelimenary report, pediatricians state several barriers:

86%

Lack of time

62%

Unfamiliarity with the tools

55%

Lack of training

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Screen your child today at the convenience of your home!

Identify early ⟶ Intervene early ⟶ Improve outcomes

 

Note: A positive score on screening tests indicates concern, not a diagnosis. Your screening results are just a way for your doctor to get a sense of what things you should talk about in more detail.

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Empowering parents. Enabling physicians. Ensuring better outcomes.

Pathfinder Health app is a starting point towards helping children receive the developmental support they may need. It revolutionizes the way clinicians assess progress and recommend interventions.

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Screening #1: SWYC (All-in-One Screening)

The SWYC is an age-specific, comprehensive, first-level screening instrument that combines what is traditionally “developmental” with traditionally “behavioral” screening and adds screening for autism, parental depression and other family risk factors.

 

The SWYC is recommended by the American Academy of Pediatrics (Source) and is available online ONLY in the Pathfinder Health app.

Get the results immediately.

Note: A positive score on screening tests indicates concern, not a diagnosis. Your screening results are just a way for your doctor to get a sense of what things you should talk about in more detail.

Screening #2:
M-CHAT/M-CHAT-R/F™
(Modified Checklist for Autism in Toddlers)

The M-CHAT is an autism test that asks 20 questions about your toddler's behavior to screen for autism (18, 24, 36 months).

The M-CHAT is recommended by the American Academy of Pediatrics. (Source)

 

The checklist will help you determine if a professional should evaluate your child. Get the results immediately.

Note: A positive score on screening tests indicates concern, not a diagnosis. Your screening results are just a way for your doctor to get a sense of what things you should talk about in more detail.

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Take a Clinical Screening Test Today!

Protect the health and wellbeing of those you love most.

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