Services and Programs In the Division of Neurodevelopmental and Behavioral Pediatrics, services are provided in the following programs: Andrew J. Kirch Developmental Services Center provides evaluation and specialty health care for children and adolescents with known or suspected developmental disabilities. Autism Services and Programs provide information in education to families, professionals, and school agencies. Community Consultation Program provides technical assistance to school teams and others who are working with children with developmental disabilities. Crisis Intervention Program for Developmental Disabilities provides support and assistance to families and other care providers when a child or adult with a developmental disability is in a crisis situation involving behavior, health, or involvement in the community. Infant-Toddler Developmental Program provides information in education to families, professionals, and school agencies. Information and Referral Services provides information and resources related to disabilities to families, educators, health professionals, and other providers via phone line and email. Person Centered Planning in the Foster Care System is a project is to develop a long-term, sustainable plan for the use of person centered planning in the foster care system. Project SEARCHTM, founded in 1994 at Cincinnati Children's Hospital, is a nationally and internationally recognized program for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities who are interested in training and preparation for competitive employment. Rochester Regional Center for Autism Spectrum Disorder provides information, education, and technical assistance to community professionals, schools/agencies, caregivers, and individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) Strong Center for Developmental Disabilities is a member of the Association of University Centers on Disabilities (AUCD), a network of interdisciplinary centers advancing policy and practice for and with individuals with developmental and other disabilities, their families, and communities through research, education, and service. Affiliated Programs Haggerty-Friedman Psychosocial Fund for Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics - The fund supports a variety of research training opportunities for medical students, residents, and fellows on site at the University of Rochester these programs include: year-out programs, summer programs, and mentorship. The Haggerty-Friedman Fund also sponsors Grand Rounds twice a year.