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DEVELOPMENTAL DOMAINS Children whose sequence of development shows moderate or severe developmental delay, plateauing or regression, require further assessment, including an examination of their vision and hearing. 5. 1) may indicate neurological abnormalities. Although there is a weak correlation between gross motor and general developmental delay, it usually impacts the learning and performance of skills. A physical examination should be combined with assessing the child’s sequence of development, style of learning, avoidance behaviours, sensory sensitivities or impairments, as well as a qualitative description of their motor competencies.
Even identical twins, who share 100% of their genetic make-up, are not exactly the same in their personality or propensity to develop psychiatric disorders. But how do our family circumstances, the unpredictable events that happen in our lives, and our genetic-make-up interact? Can we meaningfully predict that some people with a particular genetic predisposition, at the level of a single gene polymorphism, will be vulnerable – but only if exposed to risky environments? For instance, is it true that children with a particular genetic variant of the monoamine oxidase A (MAOA) gene are much more likely to develop antisocial behaviour in adulthood if subject to maltreatment in childhood than if they did not possess the variant ?
They are very good at remembering whether or not they had concerns and what these were. Focusing enquiry around transition points, such as starting at a nursery or other signiﬁcant events, will facilitate parental memory of developmental achievements. g. g. ‘he understands everything I say’). Parental views of the causation of any developmental problems need to be elicited allowing parents to be reassured as to any unwarranted concerns that they are responsible in some way – for instance, that maternal depression may have resulted in autism.