Identifying developmental problems in young children
Gilmore, Linda (2003) Identifying developmental problems in young children. Educating Young Children, 9(2).
Although some developmental disabilities may be identified soon after birth (e.g. Down Syndrome) many problems do not become apparent until much later. The first indication of a significant disorder may be the infant's failure to achieve early developmental milestones at the expected ages, but the variability and subtlety of symtoms in many developmental disorders often makes them difficult to recognise. Clearly itis desirable to identify developmental problems as early as possible to ensure the provision of appropriate support and intervention services and to lessen the impact on subsequent development.
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|Deposited On:||07 Sep 2009 21:52|
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