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A child and family may receive supports and services if the child:

What is Developmental Delay?
A child with developmental delay is not developing like others his or her age.
The delay can be in one or more of the following areas:

  • thinking and learning
  • moving, seeing, hearing and health
  • understanding and using sounds, gestures and words
  • responding to and developing relationships
  • taking care of one’s self when doing things like feeding or dressing

        Check out development milestones for the 1st year of a child’s life.

What is an Established Condition?
A child with an established condition has a diagnosed physical or mental condition that will probably cause developmental delay. Some examples premature birth, down syndrome, vision problems, hearing loss or autism.


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