Purposes of assessing growth and development in children, Biology

PURPOSES OF ASSESSING GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT IN CHILDREN

Before you assess the growth and development you should be aware of the purpose of monitoring. The purposes are as follows:

  1. To assess the physical parameters and developmental milestone-tasks of children. 
  2. To identify the deviation in growth and development. 
  3. To suggest appropriate stimuli/activities to parents to promote optimum growth and development in their children.
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