This keeps kids' blood-sugar levels stable, essential for children with a developmental delay.
What does DD stand for?
DD stands for Developmental Delay (child health)
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We have 113 other meanings of DD in our Acronym Attic
- Designated Drunk
- Desk Dips (strength-building exercise)
- Destroyer (US DoD; Navy ship)
- Destruction Derby (gaming)
- Destructive Device (firearms)
- Detached Duty (ACG duties)
- Details Depot
- Detroit Diesel
- Development Directive
- Developmental Disablity
- Developmentally Disabled
- Développement Durable (French: Sustainable Development; various locations)
- Devil Dog
- Dexdrive (PC hardware used to transfer video game files)
- Diabetic to Diabetic (endocrinology research)
- Diamond DJs
- Diastrophic Dysplasia
- Dienstdoend (Dutch: in charge)
- Differential Detector
Samples in periodicals archive:
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- A team of UC Davis researchers has found that mothers who had fevers during their pregnancies were more than twice as likely to have a child with autism or developmental delay than were mothers of typically developing children, and that taking medication to treat fever countered its effect.
In the National Early Intervention Longitudinal Study (NEILS), only 10% of children receiving Part C early intervention services before age 3 (excluding those with a physical growth abnormality) were identified as having a developmental delay so as to meet service requirements (Scarborough et al.
Research on the growth of internationally adopted children has documented developmental delays and post-placement recovery.
How to detect developmental delay and what to do next by Mary Mountstephen ISBN: 9781849050227 Jessica Kingsley (2011) 12.
9781849050227 How to detect developmental delay and what to do next; practical interventions for home and school.
A total of 37 children had autism spectrum disorders (27 with autistic disorder, 9 with pervasive developmental delay not otherwise specified, and 1 with autism spectrum features).