Child brain development
The human brain is formed before birth but continues to develop for at least another 20 years. During that time, specific skills are attained, although there are times when development does not take place as normal. An understanding of normal development will help alert nurses and carers to potential problems in a child’s cognitive development and to understand the reasons behind specific behaviour patterns.
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