We know children learn to walk and talk at different times. Children grow at different rates, too. We also know that when development is not on track, infants, toddlers, and young children do better when they get help early. See how your family can get services and expert coaching, and find out when it is best for you to ask for help.
BabyNet is South Carolina’s system of services for infants and toddlers birth to 3 years of age who have developmental delays or have conditions associated with developmental delays. If your child qualifies, services are provided at no cost to families.
The Office of Special Education Services can help parents learn about public education access that is guaranteed to children with disabilities.
Find a range of in-home service to help families understand a child’s delays and support a child’s development.
This is a starting place for families who need help with mental health, substance use, and behavioral health services, with the ability to connect parents and children to services in their community.
Learn about local education options for infants and toddlers who are deaf or blind, as well as the state’s specialized school that starts with pre-K.
This program helps children with developmental delays be ready for school.
Children with chronic illness, a disabling condition, or a developmental delay may qualify for help with special health care services.
Focused on supporting Latinx families, PASOs screens infants, toddlers, and children under age 5 for developmental delays.
Help Me Grow is available to all South Carolina families with young children, whether you have specific concerns or simply want to learn more about your child’s development.