Posts Tagged ‘childhood developmental disorders’
Only nine percent of children under thirty-six months have a possible developmental problem, such as difficulties to play, learn, communicate and develop their physical skills and practices. Although it is not good to obsess about the possibilities that our child may suffer any of them, whether it is good that you are aware of certain signs that can tell you that something is wrong and you should go to an expert.
Surely you, like most parents, you are well aware of the age when your child reaches certain points in his development of motor skills such as the crawling and walking, and if developed sooner or later. However, you can also look at other fine motor skills that may indicate a good development, such as pick up small peas on his plate or play with small objects, under your supervision. Read the rest of this entry »