Study Finds Gaps in Screening of Kids for Developmental Delays

Doctors are supposed to screen young children to see if they’re learning basic skills, but only 17 percent of kids get this critical testing in some places in the United States. Overall, fewer than one-third of U.S. children under 3 years old receive recommended screening for developmental problems according to researchers.
Faculty Associate Christina Bethell, a co-author of the study, is quoted.

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