Does My Child Have Developmental Delays?

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We recommend Occupational Therapy if your child has:

  • Skipped or delayed developmental milestones (breast feeding, rolling, crawling)
  • Social-emotional issues
  • Difficulty with handwriting
  • Poor balance,  posture, coordination, and/or timing (ball skills, gross motor play and exploration)
  • Lack of hand preference by 4-6 years old
  • Sensory seeking or defensiveness (e.g. doesn't like some textures or constantly touching things, avoids touch of others or throws self on ground during play)
  • Trouble staying organized
  • Trouble with focus and attention

We recommend Feeding Therapy if your child has or had:

  • Frequent gagging
  • Coughing when eating
  • Food aversions
  • Difficulty nursing
  • Difficulty transitioning to purees or solid foods
  • Difficulty chewing 
  • Excessive reflux or vomiting
  • Rashes
  • History of premature birth, NICU, intubation, cleft lip and/or palate, tracheostomy, or tongue-tie
  • Ongoing poor weight gain or weight loss
  • Food range of <20 foods
  • Mealtimes are taking too long and are very difficult

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Kids Connect Us

Los Gatos, California, US

(408) 766-4080 karina@kidsconnectus.com

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