Monday, November 11, 2013

Learning Delays in Children Need to Be Recognized

When a child has a learning delay, it certainly can raise a lot of red flags, and many parents try to ignore the delay.  They don't want to admit their child has a so-called problem.  The bottom line is this.  If a child has a learning delay, you want to get to it.  You want to be able to make a difference.  The earlier a learning delay is recognized, and the earlier treatment is begun, the better.  As parents, we need to be more proactive.  

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