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(p. 65) Potential Areas of Concern and How to Address Them 

(p. 65) Potential Areas of Concern and How to Address Them
(p. 65) Potential Areas of Concern and How to Address Them

Emily Papazoglou

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date: 08 July 2020

Organized alphabetically, this chapter will introduce you to some of the more commonly encountered areas of concern. Medical, behavioral/emotional, cognitive, and academic concerns are reviewed here. This includes attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, anxiety, autism, epilepsy, executive functioning difficulties, language disorders, learning disabilities, motor problems, and premature birth. Commonly encountered terms are explained, the signs of different conditions are reviewed, and things to watch for are highlighted. Frequently asked questions about how to support development across a variety of different areas are answered and strategies are provided to help you maximize your child’s development.

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