Child development is a process of change in which a child learns to handle ever more complex levels of moving, thinking, feeling, and relating to others.

From the time of birth to the age of 12 is a period of substantial growth in a child. Many physical, emotional, and intellectual changes occur. Some of the topics that will be included in this section are: physical development; sexuality; motor skill development; wellness, cognitive and intellectual development and personality development. is committed to providing our visitors and subscribers with access to accurate and timely information on a broad range of subjects relative to growth and development. If you have any special requests or would like to see a specific topic covered in this informational section, please e-mail us at

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  Benefits of Animal Assisted Therapy
  Children's Mental Health: What Every Child Needs for Good Mental Health
  Coping with the Early Years
  Dual Exceptionalities
  Fragile X Syndrome
  The Implications of Culture on Developmental Delay
Helping Children Cope with Violence
  Helping Your Overweight Child
  The Individual Family Service Plan
  Lead - The #1 Environmental Hazard to Many Children
  Otitis Media (Ear Infections)
Parenting Style and Its Correlates
  A Parent's Guide to Doctors, Disabilities and The Family
  Pituitary Tumors in Children
  Urinary Incontinence in Children
  Your Child's Evaluation
Your Child's Growth: Developmental Milestones, Guidelines for Parents
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