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What To Do If You Are Worried

Parents, families, loved ones and physicians all play an important role in a child’s healthy development. If you have concerns about your child, or another child, it is important to raise the concern and act early. It is crucial for the child’s continued development to be screened and assessed for developmental delays. If developmental delays are assessed early, there are health, developmental and behavioral specialists that can help the child reach his or her full potential.

To get tips about voicing your concerns, visit the following pages:

To learn more about what to do if you have concerns, visit First Signs.

To learn how you can help your child if you have concerns, click here!

As a parent, you can support healthy development and learning during every stage of development. There are lots of tips to provide this support to your child! Click on the age group that interests you below to get the parenting tips to support healthy development for that age!

A new report from the Early Childhood Comprehensive Systems Collaborative Improvement and Innovation Network provides information to guide the development of children in Delaware.Learn More