The following information will assist public access CLI Engage users with the Developmental Milestones-Running Record assessment. This assessment allows parents to evaluate their children using established milestones.
It’s ok if children aren’t able to do all the things in the list right now. Learning about developmental milestones helps parents understand what young children typically know and are able to do at different ages. While every child is an individual, milestones checklists allow parents to see how their child’s skills compare to typical growth and development, and become aware of possible delays.
After logging in, you will see the CLI Engage dashboard. From this page, you can access all the Public Access resources.
If you did not add your child’s information when you initially registered and wish to do so, you can add this information through the administrative tools tab. Click on “Add/Edit Children.”
Use the following buttons on the left to update your profile and add your children to your CLI Engage account.
Next, click on “Add/Edit Children and Link to Schools” to add your children to your account.
On the next screen, you will see the names of any children you have previously added to your account. To add a new child, click “Add New Child.”
Enter information about the child. Only the information with a red asterisk (*) is required. When ready, click the button to “submit.”
Under the red banner, you can access the Developmental Milestones-Running Record checklist. This checklist allows you to evaluate your child’s development using established milestones. Note: you can only do this assessment if you have already added your children to your CLI Engage account.
To begin, click the pink button.
To begin, select the name of the child. You will see any previous assessments that you have performed. To start a new assessment, click “Perform Assessment.”
Next, click the button to start the “Developmental Milestones-Running Record.” The assessment make take a few moments to open.
Then, review all of the developmental milestones. Be sure to scroll down to your child’s age. It’s ok if your child isn’t able to do all the things in the list right now. Learning about developmental milestones helps you understand what young children typically know and are able to do at different ages. While every child is an individual, milestones checklists allow you to see how their child’s skills compare to typical growth and development, and become aware of possible delays.
When you’re finished, scroll down and click the “Submit” button. A message will pop-up, letting you know the report is in progress. When the report is ready, you will be taken back to the listing of your children.
Now your report is ready. Click the download button to download a copy of this report. If you would like to delete this report, click the trashcan icon.
You can do the developmental milestone checklist again at any time. All reports will include the date, so you can see your child’s development over time.
This document was last modified on: January 8, 2019