Concerns About a Child's Development?

Parents tell us...

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"She wasn't the same as my two boys; I thought maybe girls might be slower to develop." "I could tell right away he didn't move and play like other kids." "She liked school until second grade, but then she started to fall behind. She didn't even want to go." "Learning to walk frustrated him; he would lay there and cry." "My happy baby and toddler became a furious and rigid preschooler."


How to know  I Young children  I Older children  I Health care system  I Education system  I Developmental disability services

How to know if my child needs help

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Zero to 3: resources and checklist for parenting the very young

Developmental Milestones (CDC) for under 5

CDC app for tracking your child's milestones

Modified Checklist for Autism in Toddlers, Revised (M-CHAT-R™)

Older children

The pace of development slows for children ages five and older but it is still important to monitor their growth and mastery of skills.

Tips for the Undiagnosed.