The thin membrane that separates the middle ear from the external ear.
(inner ear, covering membrane)
The age category-describing children ages birth to five years.
(small children, his/her thought/mind, soft/tender, growth, and development, study of, work with)
Special services designed to meet the developmental needs of eligible infants and toddlers with developmental disabilities and their families.
(children, toward them, deficient/needs, beforehand, for them, care for, working with them)
A specialist who provides early intervention services to a child with special needs and whose role and responsibilities include serving as a liaison and advocating for the child and his/her family.
(baby, and, children, toward them, deficient/needs, beforehand, for them, working with them, the one who works with them)
A certified specialist who identifies and determines the educational needs of a child using evaluations, testing, and analysis of the child's cognitive process.
(learning, based on it, mind/thought, one who test/examination)
To meet the criteria for developmental delay, established conditions, and/or at risk, which are usually determined based upon evaluations and assessments.
(according to the evaluation findings, based on it, knowing it, with it, for him/her, eligible)
A term used by schools to describe children who are unable to behave appropriately or establish satisfactory relationships with their peers. A state of mental agitation or disturbance; when one has no control of disturbed feelings such as being overjoyed, sorrowful, or hateful. These children may be eligible for psychological services at their schools.
(very much, his/her mind/thought, disturbed/set in placed/at risk)
(his/her thought/mind, injured, toward it, special needs)
(with one, feelings/emotions, deficient/needs, it became)
Following are a list of common emotions expressed.
To indulge in creative imagination; a dreamlike musing while awake.
(something, one’s mind, steers it about)
(staring into space, something, about it thinks/just, with one, fantasizes, somewhere, one thinks)
(somewhere, one thinks)
Full of defiance; resisting, challenging, and/or to contend or fight.
(without hesitation, becomes angry/madness)
A psychological characteristic displaying a sense of being low in spirits.
(worries/sadness, going about with it)
(things not going well)
A child separating or freeing himself/herself from the emotional dependency of others such as a parent or caregiver.
(his/her mind/emotion, none)
(not, taking it upon oneself)
To sidetrack or divert from one activity, direction, and/or issue to another.
(one does distraction, one became distracted)
(somewhere, possibly, his/her thought)
When one cries or complains with frequent sobbing beyond what in normal and is easily agitated with little or no cause.
Relating to or constituting exaggerated fear and intolerance of the fear.
(very much, afraid, frightened behavior)
A behavior demonstrating a feeling of discouragement of an act, activity, and/or event.
(unable to handle something)
(very much, hard to handle something)
(frustrated, unable to so task)
An emotional state affected with, or expression of, grief or unhappiness.
(not, with him/her, happy)
To isolate, choosing to set away from others, and preferring to be alone.
(just, separately, keeps him/herself)
(very much, shy)
A development within a health facility which performs assessment, evaluation, testing, and investigation of the ear, nose, and throat functions as well as provides rehabilitation, counseling, training, and education services in these areas of sensory functions.
(ears and nose and, throat, laboratory work)
Physical, social and/or economic factors in a child's environment, which can seriously threaten development.
(children, around them, environment, on them, cause illness, and cause them to have difficulties, will be)
Various disorders marked by disturbed electrical rhythms of the central nervous system and typically manifested by convulsive attacks usually with clouding of consciousness.
(child/children, his/her mind/thought, becomes lost/empty)
(child/children, his/her mind/thought, becomes lost/empty, falls over/black out)
A diagnosed physical, mental, or neuro-biological condition that has a high probability of resulting in developmental delay (developmental delay may not be exhibited at the time of diagnosis). Examples: Down’s Syndrome, Metabolic Disorders, Hydrocephalus, Neural Tube Defects (e.g. spina bifida), Hemorrhage, and Cerebal Palsy.
(baby, body impairment, because delay will be)
A formal written document describing detailed information on the investigation and findings of a child's development, strengths and needs.
(according to the laboratory work, based on it, knowing it/results, and paper, by it, written report)
Procedures used by qualified personnel to determine a child's initial and continuing eligibility for services; evaluation procedures are designed to identify the nature and extent of developmental delays or established condition, including the child's status in each of the developmental areas.
(testing, by it, knowing it/results, will be)
A condition being subject to poisonous substances, produced by living cells or organisms that cause disease when entered into the body.
(things bad, one got into it/contaminate)
(around one, dangerous substances, one got into it/contaminate)