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Screening tests help find conditions early (even before symptoms begin) when they are easier to treat. Our developmental pediatricians will evaluate your child's overall development and recommend specific support plan.

Eliminate commute time and scheduling hassles

100% personalized support plans

Board-certified developmental specialists

Up to 70% reimbursable with major insurance carriers.

Used by 50,000+ parents worldwide

Let's review your Pathfinder screening report today!

Facts.

90%

of your child's brain develops by age 5.

Intervention is more effective when it is provided earlier in life rather than later.

85%

of children with developmental delays don't get the support they need before age 5 because of the "wait and see" approach and 5-14-month waitlists to see a developmental behavioral specialist.

Get peace of mind without having to leave the house. 

A positive score on the SWYC/M-CHAT screening tests indicates concern, not diagnosis. Screening tests are designed to catch even minor concerns to not let any child with a developmental delay fall through the cracks.

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Schedule your screening report review today to find out if your child needs further evaluation or doing just fine.

Developmental care, done right.

Pathfinder Health offers a unique opportunity to skip the national average 14-month waitlist for a face-to-face evaluation and consult with a developmental specialist from the comfort of your home today!

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Get the support you need, when you need it.

Don't wait 14 months for a traditional doctor's office appointment with a developmental behavioral specialist — schedule a virtual evaluation today!

 

Pathfinder Health offers secure and HIPAA compliant remote appointments to review your screening reports, with or without insurance.

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Pathfinder Health vs.
face-to-face evaluation

80%

found Pathfinder Health to be as effective or more effective than traditional visits.

98%

found Pathfinder Health to be more convenient than traditional visits.

From worry to care in a week, not years.

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What Parents Say

"I noticed my daughter was favoring one side of her body. Pathfinder gave me the confidence and language to use with my pediatrician to voice my concern."
Leah G.
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It’s as easy as this

01.

Invite our physician to join your Pathfinder Health care circle

We will review your recent screening report, developmental milestones, family history, and listed concerns.

02.

Screening report review with a developmental specialist

Your report will be first reviewed by a developmental behavioral pediatrician, then assigned to a developmental sub-specialist (physical therapist, occupational therapist, speech language pathologist or child psychologist).

03.

Receive your support plan

After a comprehensive assessment, the developmental specialist will come up with a support plan for your child.

Support plan typically arrives within 7 days. You'll be able to ask any additional questions during your 15-min call.

Who’s on your care team?

Your care team is led by board-certified pediatricians, with 30+ years of experience in child development.

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Paul Patterson,
MD, FAAP

Board-certified Pediatrician and expert in Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics.

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Eric Flake,
MD, FAAP

Board-certified Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrician.

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Reba Troxler

Developmental psychologist with a background in child development and education research.

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Kavita Naik Cherry

Board-certified occupational therapist and clinical expert in pediatrics.

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Emily Tower

Board-certified physical therapist and clinical expert in developmental pediatrics.

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Sanjana Jayaram

Board-certified speech language pathologist with clinical experience in pediatrics.

Developmental delay ≠ stigma

There is no shame in having a child with a developmental delay.

01.

Developmental delays are more common than they seem.

In the United States, 20% of kids have developmental and behavioral disorders.

It means that at least 1 in every 5 American kids has experienced a developmental delay.

02.

Every child develops differently.

If your child experiences a developmental delay, it doesn’t necessarily mean there’s something wrong.

 

It just means they are developing a little differently from their peers and need more support.

03.

Different isn’t bad.

Understanding and appreciating your child’s development will give you a chance to view them in a new light.

 

Value your child’s strengths, cherish every day, and appreciate the things that make them unique.

Pricing

Get access to high-quality developmental health care today!

Up to 70% reimbursed with major insurance carriers.

Pricing

$125

for the first screening report review, then $99 per review

Eliminate commute time and scheduling hassles

Board-certified developmental specialists

100% personalized support plans

Worry-free ongoing care

Up to 70% reimbursable with major insurance carriers.

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Still have questions?

Our team is here to help.

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