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seacliff (@seacliff)

Baby developmental delays – When to be concerned?

About Kids & Teens | Last Active: Feb 29, 2020 | Replies (12)

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Hello, @seacliff – I agree with @astaingegerdm that requesting an evaluation might bring clarity. My oldest had this done, as he was on the delayed end of sitting up. I can't recall for sure, but I believe our pediatrician made a referral to the school district, who then sent out paperwork and then evaluators. In his case, PT and OT ended up working with him for over a year at our home and were very helpful.

Have you had the chance to speak to your pediatrician about your concerns? If so, what did he or she say?

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Thanks for your support !!!! I think it’s time to discuss with her pediatrician…. she does give one d impression she’s laid back…