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Common Signs Of Autism

Autism is a neurodevelopmental disorder that is characterized by communication problems, repetitive behaviors and social and cognitive impairments. Because it is a spectrum disorder, it can be mild or very Read More

Does My Child Have Dyslexia?

As a parent, your child’s health and development is your number one priority. Getting your child the help they need with developmental delays now can help them continue to advance for the Read More

What are Some Common Developmental Disorders?

Learn more about the different kinds of development disorders that can appear in children. It’s amazing to watch your children grow and learn. Of course, if you are noticing some rather Read More

Signs Your Child May Have A Learning Disability

From birth onward, all parents will wonder if their child is meeting the proper milestones for their age and developmental level. If there are deficiencies noticed by the parents, caregivers, Read More

Signs Your Child Might Have Autism

Autism receives a lot of media attention these days, and with good reason. The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) reports that in 2004, one in 125 children received a diagnosis Read More

What Is ADHD?

What is ADHD and how is it treated? What you need to know about Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder There is a lot of information out there about attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, commonly Read More

What Can You Do to Help a Child With Autism

According to recent reports, as many as one in sixty-eight children in the United States and one in forty-five children in New Jersey has autism these days. While this number may be Read More

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