Early Recognition of Atypical Development

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Clues

  • A child who has a ________ delay in one area of devlopment. (11)
  • All areas of development are _______ (12)
  • For example, if a child's ______ development is delayed, they could be limited in the range of games they could play at playtime. (8)
  • This atypical development is likley to ______other areas of the child's development. (6)
  • This could therefore affect their ______development because they do not have as much opportunity to play with their friends. (6)

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