What Sets Us Apart
Our Developmental-Behavioral Team
Connecticut Children’s developmental-behavioral pediatricians are dedicated to providing coordinated, comprehensive care and support to children and their families and to helping children achieve their fullest potential.
What to Expect Series
For many children and families, going to the hospital can be a stressful experience. To make your experience as pleasant and relaxed as possible, we’ve created special picture stories to teach your child what to expect.
Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)
The prevalence of autism has been rising, and currently occurs at a rate of 1 in 36. Autism starts before age 3, but sometimes symptoms are not noticed until a child is older.Learn more about this condition.
Developmental Transition Program
Connecticut Children’s division of Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrics offers a Transition to Adulthood with Developmental Supports Clinic for individuals with developmental-behavioral disabilities ages 15 to 26 years and their families.
The goal of the clinic is to educate patients and their caregivers on the myriad transition issues surrounding developmental-behavioral disabilities and to connect them to relevant community-based resources. This clinic is unique to Connecticut and rare to find elsewhere in the country.
Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrics Locations
Connecticut Children’s Specialty Care Center – Farmington (11 South Rd)
11 South Road
Connecticut Children’s Specialty Care Center – Shelton (2 Ivy Brook Rd.)
2 Ivy Brook Road, Suite 213