My 15.5wk old son has DS. Just wondering how accurate the Wonder Weeks charts are likely to be for kids with disabilities and developmental delays.
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My experience was that my son surpassed his milestones until he stopped talking at 18 months. He continued to meet/surpass his milestones in every other area bar language after that time. He was assessed at 3 and initially diagnosed to be autistic with a global developmental delay and SPD.
*shrugs* So buggered if I know
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