Paying close attention to your child's development can help catch potential problems. That is according to the Centers for Disease Control.
The CDC is launching a new campaign to pinpoint early warning signs of autism and other disabilities.
It is even providing free materials to child care facilities across the country to help teachers look for developmental delays in their students.
Doctors say daycare workers and teachers are in the best position to watch for problems.
They see children in social settings and peer groups.