Every child’s development is unique. Give them the tools to embrace life at their own pace
Children struggling with developmental delay experience challenges in movement, social interaction, communication, or structured thought. When more than one area is affected, it’s known as global developmental delay. It influences how they behave with other people, how they learn new skills and how they experience life.
Young children usually grow at different speeds. The rate at which your child is displaying language skills or fine motor skills isn’t always an indication of developmental delay. Every child is unique and will learn and grow at their own pace. However, if you have concerns about your child’s development, you might consider seeking additional guidance and support. Book a developmental screening with your child’s doctor to learn more. If diagnosed, there are many options to manage concerns. Early intervention can make a huge difference in overcoming significant delay.
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