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Walk-in clinic wait times

No appointment necessary. Wait times are updated every 15 minutes.
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0—30 minutes 30—60 minutes
60+ minutes Outside regular
business hours


Sanford Downtown Walk-in Clinic
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Sanford North Walk-in Clinic
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Sanford Children's Walk-in Clinic
Serving children
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Sanford Health Walk-in Clinic
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Sanford Children's Rehabilitation

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Measuring your child's development growth

The Sanford Health pediatric therapy department has developed useful milestone reference sheets that help you compare your child’s age to where they should be developmentally.

The reference material helps you ascertain your child’s posture, balance, sitting, crawling, walking, running, jumping, dressing, reaching, handwriting, language and visual developments.

Developmental milestones and toys in early development

A list of developmental milestones of fine motor, gross motor, language skills and suggested toys from newborn through 6 months of age.
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Development pre-dressing checklist

A list of dressing skills and the age, from 1260 months which a child should be able to perform it.
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Gross motor milestones

These involve bigger, full-body movements a child makes, such as rolling over, sitting up, running or jumping.
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Fine motor milestones

These are the small muscle movements a child makes when using their fingers, toes and wrists, for example.
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Speech and language milestones

These are a child's hearing, understanding and talking skills.
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Visual development

This is the child's ability to coordinate their finger-hand movements with their visual perception.
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Self-help development

This is how well a child copes independently with daily living skills.
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Additional reference sheets:


Components of visual perception are explained and examples are given.
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What can I do to help?

Tips on how to help your child work on their gross, fine, visual and speech and language skills.
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