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Developmental Delay

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Kara Hiatt

on 17 September 2012

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Transcript of Developmental Delay

Child with a disability for children aged three through nine (or any subset of that age range, including ages three through five), may…include a child—

(1) Who is experiencing developmental delays as defined by the State and as measured by appropriate diagnostic instruments and procedures in one or more of the following areas: Physical development, cognitive development, communication development, social or emotional development, or adaptive development; and

(2) Who, by reason thereof, needs special education and related services. [34 CFR §300.8(b)] (IDEA, Utah's Definition IDEA's Definition of Developmental Delay In a student ages 3 through 7, a significant delay in one or more of the following areas:
-physical development
-cognitive development
-communication development
-social or emotional development
-adaptive development

The delay must adversely affect a student’s educational performance. Developmental Delay Developmental Disability Numbers 1 in 7 Children Increased by 17% in the last 12 Years Over 10 Million School Age Children Developmental Milestones A set of age specific tasks that most children can do at a specific age range Such as.... Smiling Walking Talking Sitting up Showing Emotion Learning Strategies Motor Skills Hands on activities such as rolling a ball Sensory and Thinking Skills Repetition such as playing "I Spy" multiple times using the same object Language and Social Skills Group activities such as playing rhyming games Additional Resources ICHCY for Developmental Delay
Center for Disease Control
Developemental Delay Resources
DDI Vantage Utah
Baby Watch
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