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Between birth and age 3, infants reach many developmental milestones. If your child is not reaching these milestones, or reaching them much later than other children, it could be a sign of a developmental delay. Fortunately, help is available.
If something’s not quite right, discuss any developmental delay concerns or questions immediately with your health care provider or pediatrician. You could be referred to a specialist, or you could enroll your infant in Delaware’s Birth to Three Early Intervention Program — early childhood services and professionals who can provide the early assistance your child might need, confidently and confidentially.
The Birth to Three Early Intervention Program helps families meet the needs of their infant or toddler with a significant developmental delay or disability. Referrals can be made by a parent, physician, childcare provider, family member, or anyone else concerned about a child’s development.
If you see a delay, have a concern, or just want more information, talk to your health care provider or pediatrician, or dial 2-1-1.
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