The Tracking Cube

For Primary Care

Is it tricky to monitor children who are developmentally not-on-track in primary care?

Use the Tracking Cube to rapidly and comprehensively assess neurodevelopment in primary care using six tiers, which form six sides of the cube

Once a child is identified as not-on­ track, how do you support them in primary care?

Use our report templates to bridge assessment outcomes to funding for support (e.g., NDIS); learn how we leverage community-led initiatives, complementing evidence-based interventions

When is a diagnosis warranted in primary care, when do you refer to specialists?

Use our digital infrastructure to integrate data-informed clinical decisions about diagnosis with multidisciplinary case discussions

To build capacity in primary care and improve access to care for children who are developmentally not-on-track, contact us today.