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Developmental Reading Assessment
Developmental: There is no right answer. I would say inability to learn or self care is one of the more costly since it takes 1:1 care at all times. "if you teach a man to fish, he can feed himself and others". Any disability has enormous costs associated with it. ...Read more
Rate of disable. : Theoretically, 100% people get disabled due to degenerative process if people live long enough. However, for those who are less than retired age, injury or medical disorder should not mean disabled, especially chronic degenerative process. It is possible for temporally disabled and should be able to return to work after treatment or after modified work load or type. ...Read more
Support and info: I would recommend identifying resources in your community that will provide you with additional information and emotional support. Start by talking with your loved one's physicians to get a sense of what the diagnosis/prognoses are, then try and identify others in your community dealing with the same issue. Chances are others are struggling with the same problems and may have good advice. ...Read more
10w baby rolls from back to left side but haven't seen her doing that with her right side yet. Is that a developmental concern? 2m appt last wk all ok
No: there is no need for concern babies perform "developmental milestones" at different rates and times as he may not roll to one side for a while but may sir or walk early. unless there are several delays combined i would not worry ...Read more
Does every school district use the same standardized developmental tests for students needing help?
No: Every school district acts as an independent "fiefdom" in every aspect of educational care. Some are excellent some aren't. Most districts within a given state are consistent with each other in using the same protocols. Be very pro active in advocating for your child as they navigate the cumbersome school process. ...Read more
I was diagnosed with Degenerative changes superimposed upon the developmental central stenosis. what this means? Is it Serious? How is it treated?
Central what?: Hello Mickeylandia ~ I have no idea, you could be talking about the Suez canal! You have to tell me what you are referring to! The back, the neck, the Fallopian tube?? See if you can be a little more specific with a re-write and then I'll give you all the info you need back ! :-)) thanks ...Read more
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