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Children showing signs of motor, narrative or social skill impairments, up to the age of six, may receive a diagnosis of a developmental delay.

Children, ages birth to three, with a developmental delay are served through The Kennedy Center Birth to Three Program, in affiliation with the Connecticut Birth to Three System.

Families of children over the age of five with a developmental delay can access through the The Kennedy Center Volunteer Support Services (Opportunities Unlimited), the Lighthouse Program, Individualized Support Services, and Summer Camp Support Services.

Recreation/Social Groups are offered for teens and young adults through The Kennedy Center Opportunities Unlimited Program.

If a child, over the age of three, is suspected of either being on the autism spectrum, having PDD, or Aspergers Syndrome, the family can access services through The Kennedy Center Autism Project.