• Clumsiness, frequent tripping, falling
  • Child Development Indicators

    There are a number of indicators that a child may need intervention.

    The following is a partial list:

    • Difficulty following directions or responding to questions
    • Reduced speech intelligibility
    • Limited ability to express wants, needs or ideas
    • Compromised ability to participate in conversation with adults or peers
    • Poor written language skill
    • Refusal to try new foods
    • Limited repertoire of foods eaten
    • Over or under responsive to noise, touch, movement

    • Drooling past age 2
    • Difficulty with writing, self-feeding, or dressing
    • Clumsiness, frequent tripping, falling

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