Birth and developmental history -assessment, Biology

Birth and Developmental History -Assessment

 Collection of information regarding a child's early development usually begins with the mother's pregnancy, labour and delivery, and extends to the acquisitions of developmental milestones. Information about such issues and events is useful in identifying early risk factors, as well as these are early indicators of anomalous development. The presence of early risk factors or developmental anomalies makes a stronger case for a constitutional or neuropsychological basis for a child's failures in adaptation.

 

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