Explore our resource library on help with cognitive developmental delays. These delays may interfere with normal intellectual acumen, mental awareness, or information processing. Among the most striking ways that cognitive delays disrupt a child’s social wellbeing is through impeding the ability to communicate or play with others. We provide resources for children with cognitive delays due to possible brain injury, swelling (such as encephalitis), chromosomal disorders affecting children from age birth to seven years, or seizure disorders. In addition, we also offer a host of information for children with Down syndrome or other genetic conditions.