New Hampshire Child 
Development Clinics 
Children's Hospital at Dartmouth (CHaD), Child Development Consultation Service
One Medical Center Drive
Lebanon, NH  03750
Contact:  Aimee Bornt 
Phone:  603-653-6060

Crotched Mountain, Outpatient
Developmental Pediatrics
1 Verney Drive
Greenfield, NH  03747
Phone:  800-258-1466 (NH) or

Elliot Hospital
Elliot Developmental & Behavioral Pediatrics
275 Mammoth Rd., Ste 1
Manchester, NH 03109

Lakes Region Child Development Clinic
Community Health and Hospice
780 N Main Street
Laconia, NH  03246
Phone: 603-524-8444
Contact Name: Katy Gautsch

North Country Child Development Clinic
Weeks Medical Center
170 Middle Street
Lancaster, NH  
Phone:  603-778-5304
Contact Name:  Anita Pelchat

Child Health Services
Manchester, NH  03101
Phone:  603 606-5456
Contact Name: Janet Clark

Seacoast Child Development Clinic
Institute on Disability
Durham, NH   03824
Phone:  603-862-0561
Contact Name: Ann Dillon

Child Development Clinics provide a comprehensive assessment of a child's acquisition of age-appropriate skills across multiple domains. The anchor of these clinics is a Pediatric physician with specialty training in child development.  Other services may include occupational, physical, or speech language assessment, home visiting, and review by a child psychologist.  
NH Child Development Clinics
Seacoast Child Development Clinic
Child Health Services
North Country Child Development Clinic
Weeks Medical Center, Lancaster
Child Development 
Children's Hospital at Dartmouth
Lakes Region 
Child Development Clinic
Crotched Mountain 
Children's Hospital Boston
Developmental Medicine Center
300 Longwood Avenue
Boston MA 02115
Boston Area Child Development Clinics

Lurie Center for Autism
A Massachusetts General Hospital Affiliate
1 Maguire Road
Lexington, MA 02421
Phone: 781-860-1700
The Elliot
Vermont Child Development Clinic

Fletcher Allen Children's Hospital
Medical Center Campus, East Pavilion, Level 4
111 Colchester Avenue
Burlington, VT, 05401
Phone: 802-847-8200

Some children, teens, and even adults may not be identified as having a developmental difference until later in life.  For these individuals, especially those with Asperger Syndrome, the path to diagnosis may be quite different. Rather than seeing a child development specialist, they may seek the diagnostic opinion of a psychologist, psychiatrist, or neuro-pychologist.  Link here a list of these providers. (PENDING)
New Hampshire Council on Autism Spectrum Disorders
Putting the Pieces Together in the Granite State
MAP, Child Development Clinics
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