Monitor Growth and Development of Your Children
Growth Analyser Junior is fun and easy to use software. It has been specially designed for parents and children and provides a simple way to document and monitor the growth and development in children. After the baseline data for a child have been entered, weight and height can be added for a given measurement date.
Additionally, special developmental events, such as the child’s first steps and first day at school, can be documented. These measurements, calculated measurements, and events can be displayed in visually appealing growth charts.
Involving parents, care takers as well as children themselves in growth and development in a playful manner might promote health awareness (obesity and overweight are increasing problems worldwide) and might reveal growth and/or developmental irregularities at an early stage. Growth Analyser Junior is therefore a unique tool in an attempt to promote health in general.
Growth Analyser Junior is internationalised software and therefore has support for multiple languages. Additionally, it includes growth references for several geographic regions, the new references by the WHO for international use, as well as references for children with Turner syndrome.
Parents, and Children
Growth Analyser Junior allows to create profiles for your children in which body measurements, such as height and weight for multiple points in time, as well as developmental milestones, such as the child's first steps, can be entered in full detail.
Growth Analyser Junior provides interactive growth charts for height-for-age, weight-for-age, weight-for-height, and BMI-for-age, as well as measurement overviews including entered and derived measurements such as the body mass index (BMI).
Growth Analyser Junior includes national growth references for Belgium, Israel, Italy, Netherlands, United Kingdom, international growth references developed by the World Health Organization, as well as references for Turner syndrome.
Growth Analyser Junior allows to predict a child's final height based on the height of both parents, and visualises the expected growth path.