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Congratulations on Completing the Assessment!

Your diligent attention to your baby's health is commendable. Based on the quiz, we've identified [number of risk factors] risk factors that may affect your child's head shape development. To learn more about the identified risk factors, please read the section below.

Next Steps?

For peace of mind and proactive care, we recommend measuring your child's Cranial Index (CI) and Cranial Vault Asymmetry Index (CVAI) using the SoftSpot app. This step is vital for maintaining their well-being.

*Trusted by Brooke Boruff, OT, Infant Insights.

Identified Risk

  1. Aliyah Mawji, et al (2014). Risk factors for positional plagiocephaly and appropriate time frames for prevention messaging. Journal of Paediatrics & Child Health. 19(8): 423–427.

  2. De Bock F, Braun V, Renz-Polster H (2017). Deformational plagiocephaly in normal infants: a systematic review of causes and hypotheses, Archives of Disease in Childhood;102:535-542.

  3. Jacqueline Nuysink, et al (2013). Clinical Course of Asymmetric Motor Performance and Deformational Plagiocephaly in Very Preterm Infants. Journal of Pediatrics, 163(3):658-65.e1.

Take Action

  1. Purchase the SoftSpot Kit and scan package.

   2. Create a head shape report like this:


   3. Promptly share the report with your child's physician or physical therapist for immediate action.


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Your child's health journey is important to us. Let's ensure they thrive.


The SoftSpot report provides precise, objective measurements of their child's head shape, enabling an informed discussion with healthcare providers about potential head shape anomalies.

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