Children may develop skills at different times. Some milestones may come sooner or later. Most of these delays are inconsequential. Some you may want to have assessed by a professional.
The four major areas of developmental delays are:
- Speech and language
- Socioemotional delays
These delays can be addressed by a single therapy or combination of therapies:
Physical therapy is often helpful for children with delays in gross motor skills.
This is helpful for motor skills, sensory processing and self-help issues.