Parents: Are you worried that your baby or toddler’s development may be delayed?
Medical Providers: Does your developmental screening of a young patient indicate a need for in-depth evaluation?
The Connecticut Birth to Three System helps families understand their infant or toddler’s development, identify a delay, and guides families to support their eligible child and connect to their community.
Referrals are made through the Child Development Infoline (CDI)
- Complete this Online Referral Form
- Call 1-800-505-7000
- Print, complete and fax this form Referral Form to Print and Fax
CDI care coordinators will ask for your developmental concerns about the infant or toddler, medical information, and current developmental skills matching the child’s age. CDI offers supports to match your needs, including other state programs such as Help Me Grow. Birth to Three eligibility is limited to children younger than three years who have significant delays or disabilities.
Click here to learn about all of the supports available by contacting Child Development Infoline, the gateway for help for pregnant women, children, their families and providers.
If you are not the parent, CDI must reach the parent and get their consent to forward their personal information to the Birth to Three program. Please tell the family why you are concerned about their child’s development and how Birth to Three supports can help them to help their child.
The evaluation is free and can be done in the family’s home or the child’s day care setting. Parents actively participate in the developmental evaluation to ensure the information collected is complete and accurate.
Connecting Health and Developmental Supports
Birth to Three, Health Care providers and Families all work together to meet children’s needs.
Referral Data by Town or Receiving Program (large 7-10 Mb Excel file)
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