Denver Developmental Screening Test

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Denver Developmental Screening test

 
a test for identification of infants and preschool children with developmental delay.
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Den·ver De·vel·op·men·tal Screen·ing Test

a scale used by psychologists and pediatricians to assess the developmental, intellectual, motor, and social maturity of children at any age level from birth to adolescence.
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Denver developmental screening test

Psychology A screening test that assesses a child's neurodevelopmental maturation. See Psychological testing.
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Den·ver De·vel·op·men·tal Screen·ing Test

(DDS) (den'vĕr dĕ-vel'ŏp-men'tăl skrēn'ing test)
A scale used by psychologists and pediatricians to assess the developmental, intellectual, motor, and social maturity of children from birth to age 6 years.
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Developmental age is 1 year by using Denver scale. Developmental Quotient for the Child is 33.

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