Developmental Problems in Children
Children of all ages can be affected by developmental delays; such children can often benefit from occupational and speech therapy. A child with delayed development may not show behaviors and abilities that are typical of the child ’s age. A child may have difficulty swallowing, sucking, and chewing; developing coordinated tongue movements for speech; achieving independence in feeding, dressing, and using the bathroom; understanding relationships between people, objects, time, and space; and developing problem-solving and coping strategies.

Signs of Developmental Delays:
Child does not show behaviors and abilities typical of the child’s age
If your child has been diagnosed with a Developmental Delay or has some of the signs listed above please go to our HOW TO GET STARTED page to see how we can help you.


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