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Evaluation procedures on infants and toddlers versus school aged children

What are unique evaluation procedures that diagnosticians must explore to render a comprehensive evaluation on infants and toddlers versus school aged children?

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The best place for diagnosticians to start an evaluation procedure on an infant or toddler is to have an evaluation done by a developmental pediatrician. Physical, cognitive, communication, social/emotional, and self-help observations and determinations will be made. If the pediatrician is concerned, the next step would be to contact an early intervention system. The pediatrician will have resource information for parents of the very young children with special needs.

A service coordinator will be assigned. Multidisciplinary evaluations and assessments will be conducted. This is used to determine the child's strengths, delays, difficulties and eligibility for ...

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