developmental delays

Trauma-informed care helps children in foster careApproximately 500,000 children spend time in foster care annually, and the majority of children in foster care have complicated and unmet healthcare needs.
Infant with failure to thrive and hypotoniaA 4-month-old girl arrives at the clinic for a well-child visit. Her mother voices concerns about the infant’s poor weight gain, slow feeding habits, and physical delays such as head lag, poor grasp reflex, and rolling over.
How well are pediatricians managing speech delays?A federal task force recently examined how pediatricians diagnose and manage speech and language problems in young children. What does its new report say about screening for such developmental delays in primary care settings?
Postnatal test for developmental delays approvedFDA recently approved a unique test that can diagnose developmental delays and intellectual disabilities in babies postnatally.