By Amanda Morin
When children are referred for an early intervention evaluation, professionals assess their skills and development to get a sense of their trouble spots. Here are the five basic areas they evaluate.
A parent advocate and former teacher, Amanda Morin is the proud mom of kids with learning and attention issues and the author of The Everything Parent’s Guide to Special Education.
Virginia Gryta, M.S.
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