A comprehensive child development program which is operated by the Navajo Nation/Dine' Division of Education.
(small children, three to five years old, in school)
A status that enables a child to receive health care services (such as tubal feeding, change of dressing, tracheostomy care, intermittent catheterization, etc.) which are necessary for a child to benefit from other early intervention services.
(body, about it, care, with it, work/ services)
Having lost the process, function, or power of perceiving sounds. Hearing loss may range from slight tototal deafness.
(child, not able to hear, he/she became)
A plant of plant parts valued for its medicinal purposes.
(growing things/plants, medicinal herb)
One who practices healing by the use of herbs; one who collects or grows herbs for their medicinal uses.
(medicinal herb, one who dug it out)
Service providers conducting physical visits to the home of the family of a child with special needs to provide early intervention services.
(at home, with them, work/teaching/services)
The state or condition of being excessively or pathologically active.
(without stability, he gets/runs into everything; hyperactive person)