Watch Me Grow (WMG) helps New Hampshire families to ensure their child's brightest future by tracking his or her growth and development. It is New Hampshire's developmental screening, referral and information system for families of children ages birth to six years.

What Does Watch Me Grow Offer Families?

  • Information about children's health and development
  • Developmental screening questionnaires based on the child's age
  • Tips on how to help children grow and learn
  • Timely connections to appropriate services, supports, and resources when needed.

How Does It Work?

WMG is easy and there is no cost to families! Parents complete three simple steps:
  • 1

    Get a copy of the screening questionnaire (see "Get Started Today" below).

  • 2

    Complete the questionnaire on their own or with help from the organization that gave it to them.

  • 3

    Return the completed questionnaire to the address listed on the form.

Get Started Today

To get a screening questionnaire, NH families can call The Family Resource Connection at (603) 271-1188, or toll-free from within NH at (800) 298-4321 or click the link below to find a location near you.
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  • Our Vision

    Children aged birth to 6 and their families will benefit from a comprehensive developmental screening system that connects them to appropriate information, resources, services and supports, thereby helping families to enhance their children's development.

  • Our Mission

    The Watch Me Grow developmental screening system provides high quality, accessible and coordinated developmental screening, information and referral services and supports to New Hampshire families of young children (birth to 6 years), ensuring that children have opportunities to reach their maximum potential.

  • Our Goal

    All New Hampshire children from birth to 6 years are screened early and often with standardized developmental screening tools and their families receive information and referrals to appropriate supports and services to help their children grow and learn.

WMG is coordinated by the NH Department of Health and Human Services and the WMG Steering Committee, which includes representatives from state agencies and public and private organizations. WMG locations and their partners throughout the state offer screening activities to families.