The eventual winner was Clare Edgington, aged 32, from North-field, a full time mum-of-two and carer for son Callum, nine, who suffers from the condition global development delay.
What does GDD stand for?
GDD stands for Global Development Delay
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We have 49 other meanings of GDD in our Acronym Attic
- Game Design Document (video games)
- Gaseous Detection Device (Environmental Scanning Electron Microscope)
- General Design Document (US NASA)
- General Details Depot
- General Discussion and Debate
- Geographically Distributed Development
- Gesellschaft für Datenschutz und Datensicherung
- Gestion Dynamique des Déchets (French: Dynamic Waste Management)
- Glaucoma Drainage Device
- Global Data Dictionary
- Global Disease Detection Program (US CDC)
- Global Distributed Diary
- Gnathodiaphyseal Dysplasia
- Google Developer Day (convention)
- Graphic Data Dictionary
- Gross Domestic Debt (economics)
- Group Delay Distortion (Hekimian)
- Group Divisible Design
- Growing Degree Days
- Gruppi di Difesa Della Donna (Italian: Women Advocacy Groups)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The youngster has a range of chronic disabilities including, microcephaly, global development delay, low white matter and myelin levels in brain, West Syndrome, spasticity, visual impairment, Talipes (club foot), strabismus (crossed eyes), face sensitivity, gastroesophageal reflux disease and osteoporosis.
Since having her harness removed she is unable to roll over or crawl and doctors have diagnosed her with Global Development Delay.
In a statement, Leila De Lima, Chairperson of the CHR said the commission was "deeply concerned and dismayed" over the reported incident wherein a passenger and her son who has Global Development Delay condition was asked to get off the aircraft.
Global Development Delay is used to describe a child whose development is below average in one, or sometimes several areas.
The Beacon Hill School pupil suffers from Microcephaly, Hypotonia, also known as low muscle tone, Global Development Delay and Dyspraxia - complex disorders which have resulted in delayed speech, motor skills and poor body and spatial awareness.
The five-year-old, who suffers from severe myoclonic epilepsy and global development delay, has poor muscle tone and limited mobility.
The five-year-old, who suffers from Microcephaly, epilepsy and global development delay, was given a grant from the Chronicle's Sunshine Fund for a new, specialised car seat to travel to and from his home in Because of his condition, Sebastian has severe learning difficulties, cannot stand without support and is in a wheelchair.