Otsimo Special Education for Developmental Delay

Developmental delay occurs when a child does not reach the same milestones as others around his/her age. Delays can be in the child’s speech and language, motor, cognitive, or social skills. Some examples of developmental delays include behavioral disorders, down syndrome, Asperger’s syndrome, etc.

Developmental delays can be identified as early as two years of age. Symptoms range from struggles with social interaction, communication, motor skills, school, memory, etc. By early intervention, these problems can be minimized.

How to use Otsimo Special Education for Developmental delays?

Practice and consistency are very important to seek positive results. We at Otsimo Special Education highly recommend practice 10-20 minutes daily. Before getting started, make sure to take the developmental test so your child can benefit from the personalized smart curriculum based on his/her needs and skills.

The games are designed to help your child achieve the milestones at their own pace. Games like “Numbers in actions,” “Words station, “Sounds around us’ are a great way to learn and have fun at the same time.

The app personalizes the curriculum as your child continues to play. As a parent, you can track your child’s progress and help them understand the game before starting.

Last updated: 23 June 2021

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