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Observe and Recognize

EARLY DETECTION: is an examination that is done to observe or recognize any disorder in growth or behavior of a child in his/her early age (preschool age).
Early detection will detect autism, emotional problems, speech problems, ADHD, difficulties in focusing in school.
This examination has a very important purpose of early treatment intervention (therapy) for the child who had been diagnosed with any of these disadvantages. Early Detection will allow early treatment so then hopefully the child won’t suffer any difficulties in achieving his/her optimal potential.

AUTISM: is a disorder in growth development that may occur before the age of 3. Signs of autism may include difficulties in communication, impaired social interaction, repetitive actions or unusual habits as well as an extreme attachment with an object that is no longer appropriate for the child. Symptoms may vary from light to heavier symptoms. Another name of this condition is Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), Pervasive Development Disorder (PDD).

ADHD: Attention Deficit / Hyperactive Disorder, a type of disorder in focusing and hyperactive behavior is a disorder that may be recognize on a child in his/her early age. The symptoms of this disorder may include: difficulties in focusing, troubles in controlling the child’s behavior (hyperactive), troubles in calming down, and unthinkable action / impulsive behavior that are not age appropriate. This condition may caused many difficulties, such as, difficulties in following studies in school, stubbornness, difficulties in following rules at home as well as at school.

DIFFICULTY IN STUDY: is a condition in which a child is not able to reach his or her maximum potential. This condition has a very complex background (physically, intellectually, emotionally, socially).

SPECIFIC DIFFICULTY IN STUDY: is a disorder in which a child is unable to read (Dyslexia), counting (Dyscalculia), writing (Dysgraphia) even though the child age is already appropriate to gain ability for it despite the child’s normal IQ.