Links

The links provided below are other places to find resources and information on developmental and behavioral pediatric issues.

AAP Links

Other Links

The following links are not associated with the American Academy of Pediatrics and clicking on these links will take you from the www.dbpeds.org site. This Web site contains hyperlinks to third party Web sites which are the sole responsibility of such independent third parties, and use thereof is solely at your own risk.  The AAP has no control over the content or policies of such third party Web sites, and thus we are not responsible (and under no circumstances shall be liable for) the contents, accuracy, or reliability of any Web site hyperlinked to this Web site. Those who choose to access information from this Web site (including any information obtained through any hyperlink) are solely responsible for the compliance of such information with any applicable law.

Professional Associations

Federal Government Resources

Regional Organizations

Professional Resources

Birth Defects Organizations

Mental Health and Behavioral Health Organizations

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The AAP Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics manual is now available at the AAP Bookstore. Purchase your copy today for the all-new clinical resource for caring for children with developmental and behavioral concerns.
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Spring 2014 Newsletter is now available

Read the Spring 2014 edition of the Developmental and Behavioral News which includes articles on clinical notes, highlights on advocacy, international collaborations, and much more.
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The DB:PREP Course will be offered in 2016, more information to come. DB:PREP is a comprehensive review of the developmental-behavioral pediatric medicine for both the pediatric subspecialist and the primary care physician.