Developmental Intellectual or Language Disabilities


For some children with special needs, such as developmental intellectual or language disabilities, joining the structural environment of preschool can be beneficial. For example, research indicates that children with delays in language show developmental improvement from modeling peers with strong language skills. Furthermore, whether the child has a global delay, language delay or motor difficulty, preschools usually offer early intervention programs that help children develop their needs in a regular and systematic matter. In addition, preschool teachers can often note differences in a child’s development compared to his/her peers. Early identification of any developmental delays can be very beneficial to getting appropriate support and decreasing symptomatology later on.
Another group of children who are likely to benefit from preschool is children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). Children with ADHD thrive off structure and routine, which can also lead to better outcomes in terms of behavior and adaptation later on.
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