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BabyNoggin is a developmental and mental health screening app that empowers parents to self-screen using evidence-based screening tools. BabyNoggin saves providers time with automatic scoring and EHR integration and helps refer children-in-need to intervention services.
Screenings are available in English & Spanish and are easily customizable to your needs.
An app like BabyNoggin is paramount in bringing comprehensive developmental testing to all children.
Parents will love using this empowering, user-friendly tool to monitor their baby’s development.
With BabyNoggin, families can get instant reassurance that their babies are doing well, using evidence-based tools in order to assess their development. Every child deserves routine developmental screening as part of their best healthcare, and for my parents I recommend BabyNoggin.
As the Director of Programs and Education I am always looking for ways to streamline our systems while improving outcomes, increase data integrity , accurately identify children requiring a higher level of services and provide an enhanced experience for our parents. Thru the use of the Baby Noggin app we have been able to identify the correct screening version, reduce the amount of paper copies, ensure fidelity to the screening tool and accurately screen all children in our care. These benefits have opened up additional time for our staff to work directly with the families to provided needed resources and referrals, and create classroom intervention plans aligned with the children’s identified needs
"Parents often don't realize that because they know their child best, they play a huge role in
detecting developmental concerns at a young age. With Baby Noggin, parents have an easy
and educational tool that delivers instant answers to them and their pediatrician about their
child's risk, while providing the opportunity to connect immediately to 211 LA's Care
Coordination services to make sure the child receives the early interventions and resources they
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