Developmental Delays

Causes of Developmental Delays

Genetic

Genetic

Brain Injury

Brain Injury

Psychosocial Deprivation

Psychosocial Deprivation

Trauma

Trauma

Sensory deficits

Sensory deficits

Premature Delivery

Premature Delivery

Neurochemistry

Neurochemistry

Nutritional Deficiency

Nutritional Deficiency

Symptoms of Developmental Delays

Delayed Speech and Language

Delayed Speech and Language

Delays in Crawling and Walking

Delays in Crawling and Walking

Blunt Expression

Blunt Expression

Poor eye-hand coordination

Poor eye-hand coordination

Difficulty in Remembering

Difficulty in Remembering

Repetitive Movements/Words

Repetitive Movements/Words

Difficulty with problem-solving

Difficulty with problem-solving

Academic Issues

Academic Issues

Tips for Parents and Caregivers

1. Be encouraging
2. Identify their strengths and nurture them
3. Help your child understand
4. Be supportive and positive
5. Monitor your child's feelings
6. Spend some time outside

Tips for Teachers

1. Have a consistent routine.
2. Provide a supportive environment.
3. Reduce background noise when giving instructions.
4. Simplify instructions.
5. Break skills into smaller parts.
6. Ask parents how to help.

Developmental Delays

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Frequently Asked Questions

When your child appears to be growing slowly, sluggishly, or to be falling behind in growth, or if you notice that he or she is not developing or making progress in comparison to children his or her age. You can also reach out to a "child psychologist near me" for making a formal diagnosis of the problem. The earlier you do, the better you will be able to support and promote your child's development.
The following are the developmental milestones for a child according to their age:
Rolling at four months
Sitting at six months
Crawling at nine months
Pulling to stand at ten months
Walking at twelve months
If you're unsure of your child's developmental trajectory, speak with the top psychologist in India at TalktoAngel.
Delay in vision development – vision problems
Movement difficulties – delay in the development of motor skills
Cognitive skills developmental delay
Social and emotional skills developmental delays
Language or speaking skills delay
Talking to child psychologists can help parents learn the best ways to interact and communicate with their children by understanding the typical and atypical physical and psychological development patterns of a child.


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