A stage where a person must define who they truly are. This period typically occurs during adolescence when a child is quickly changing emotionally and physically. They must form a permanent identity that includes who they are, what they are, and where they intend to go in the future.
The concept that the human brain is primed at particular times to make specific developmental advances, especially during infancy and early childhood. This theory was developed based on the observation of a large number of children.
Services pre-kindergarten children who have been discovered to have a disability or to be at risk for developing a disability. Studies show that the earlier intervention services are administered, the greater the chances of success are for the child.
Which is also known also as Apraxia, is a learning disability that is marked by difficulty in carrying out routines that require the use of balance, fine-motor skills, and coordination. Usually, we think of these children as merely being “clumsy” or “awkward.” Children with dyspraxia need to treated by an
Is a reading disorder in which a learner has difficulty recognizing letters and learning letter sounds, despite normal intelligence. It decreases the processing of graphic symbols, especially those related to language. Children who have dyslexia may experience late language development and have problems learning how to write and spell when