How do you assess your child’s mental development and learning style?
Some children are good listeners while others are impulsive; some children quickly absorb and replicate pre-academic skills presented and some children don’t; some children remember only few rhymes while others can remember the poet’s name along with the rhymes. Factors that account for such differential performance often concern parents. Understanding a child’s mental development may help answer such questions.
Developmental assessment for children under age 3 is an attempt to assess various aspects of the child's functioning. Since mental and physical growths are often linked to each other, such assessments tend to be holistic in nature.
1. An objective test of hearing
2. Standardized testing of:
3. Cognitive ability
5. Motor/physical skills
6. Adaptive skills
7. Social, emotional, and behavioral functioning
8. Sensory processing
9. Assessment of the family and the child's environment also provides important contextual information
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