Many children are diagnosed with developmental delays when they fail to reach childhood milestones within an expected time period. Developmental delays are typically grouped into two motor categories (fine and gross motor), speech-language delays, and social-emotional delays. Many children grow out of developmental delays with proper early intervention; however, some children may need more support as they continue to grow and/or receive a more descriptive diagnosis. If you child has already been given a diagnosis other than developmental delays, you may find additional resources on the diagnosis-specific concern pages. For a complete list of what we have available, check here.
This page includes links to resources where you can learn more about developmental delays or find help for your child. We also encourage you to contact us for additional personalized support.