it is vital that if any concerns are raised at any point in a young persons life regarding development disorders

it is vital that if any concerns are raised at any point in a young persons life regarding development disorders, that information be given to the necessary people to ensure that the child is given support as soon as possible. in most cases, if a practitioner has not noticed the delay in development, the parent or carer would have picked up on this, so it is good practice to speak to the parents/carers if they have noticed any changes in the child. some development concerns are temporary. Examples of temporary problems include hearing impairments which can be usually treated or fixed via an operation.