Developmental milestones just changed for the first time in years
It's a need that's long overdue. For the first time in almost two decades, the checklist of developmental milestones for infants and young children have been changed. The most important aspect of these adjustments is that they will make it easier to identify signs of autism or other social-communication disabilities. Jackie Spinner discusses why these changes are so important for making meaningful impacts on young people's lives.
From The Washington Post