Baby Developmental Disorder
Some disorders are often found in baby to grow :
The ability to speak an indicator of whole child development.Because language skills are sensitive to delay or damage to other systems, because it involves the ability of cognitive, motor, psychological, emotional and environment around the child. Lack of stimulation can cause speech and language disorders even these disorders can be settled.
It is a disorder of movement and posture that is not progressive, which are caused by a damage / interference on motor cells in the central nervous system that is growing / not yet completed its growth
Children with Down syndrome are individuals who can be known from the phenotype and has limited intelligence, which occurs due to an excessive number of chromosome 21. Its growth is slower than normal children. Several factors such as congenital heart disorders, severe hipotonia, biological or other environmental problems could cause delays in motor development and skills for self-help
Short Stature or short stature is a terminology regarding height under third percentile or -2 SD on the growth curve in effect on this population. The causes can be due to normal varisasi, nutritional disorders, chromosomal abnormalities, systemic disease or due to endocrine abnormalities.
Is a pervasive developmental disorder in children whose symptoms appear before the 3-year-old child. Pervasive means covers all aspects of development so that the disorder is very broad and heavy, which affects children deeply. Developmental disorder found in autism covers such fields as social interaction, communication and behavior.
It is a condition characterized by low intelligence (IQ <70) which causes the inability of individuals to learn and adapt to the demands for skills that are considered normal.
Concentration of attention and hyperactivity disorders
It is a disorder in which children have difficulty concentrating are often accompanied by hyperactivity.
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