1. Children with a development delay of 25% in one or more of the following areas of development:

 • Social — emotions, interacting with others
 • Adaptive — daily activities such as eating and dressing
 • Physical — large and small movements
 • Communication — pre-speech and language
 • Cognitive — thinking and problem-solving

2. Children with multiple medical factors that place them at risk for a developmental delay such as:

• Prematurity of < 32 weeks and/or low birth weight
• Prenatal substance exposure
• Or an infant or toddler born to a parent with a developmental disability

3. Children born with a condition with a known probability of causing a disability or delay such as Down syndrome, cerebral palsy, or fetal alcohol syndrome.