Babies & Toddlers (Current as of October 2017) (English and Spanish) (Center for Parent Information & Resources, CPIR)


The birth of a child is an exciting, life-changing event. A beautiful new baby comes to your house, family, and neighborhood. It is a time for celebration.

But what happens when this new child has a disability? What if there are health problems? What if, as time goes by, it seems as if the child isn’t learning and progressing as quickly or easily as other children? What do you do?

CPIR offers a suite of resource pages that can help you find answers and people who can help–specifically, through the early intervention system that’s available in every state. Early intervention is an effective way to help very young children (birth to the third birthday) catch up or address specific developmental concerns as soon as possible in their lives.


Assessment Autism Spectrum Disorder Collaboration Communication/Language Deaf-Blind Developmental Delay Early Childhood Early Intervention Hearing Impairment Individual Family Service Plan (IFSP) Intellectual Disability Mild/Moderate Disabilities Multiple Disabilities Orthopedic Impairment Parent/Family Preschool Speech/Language Impairment State/National Organizations Transition Traumatic Brain Injury Vision Impairment