Hampstead Baby Profile
The Hampstead Baby Profile is a scale used to measure child development between birth and six months.
The scale was pioneered by British research E.W. Freud in 1967 and developed by the Well-Baby-Clinic, a Department of Hampstead Child therapy Clinic in Hampstead, England.
This scale is used by health professionals in clinics and at-home observation to measure a child's growth and physical development, as well as to measure whether a child is meeting developmental milestones such as rolling over, visual tracking, vocalizing, etc.