A child’s development can be measured through socioemotional, physical, and cognitive developmental milestones. There is a great range within the different developmental milestones and some of the development may be uneven, but still be within normal limits.
Here are some website references, which will allow you to compare your child development to what is generally expected expected from a child of age:
Graph of motor developmental milestones from the World Health Organization and related data chart.
Typical Speech and Language Development according to the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA)
Learning More Than One Language
Information and resources provided by ASHA
Department of Health and Human Services – Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Medical Online Encyclopedia of the National Library of Medicine and National Institute of Health
Great Schools (formerly Schwab Learning Center) website
All Kinds of Minds, Dr. Mel Levine's website
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