Even though all children develop at their own pace, some parents may become concerned about their child’s development. In this section we focus on some of the issues that may affect children who were born prematurely as they continue to grow and start their school life.
Premature babies may take longer to reach major developmental milestones than babies born at full term.
Babies who are born premature or sick sometimes start life with a disability. Find information here about help and benefits available to them.
Information and resources to help you if your child was born prematurely and is not yet ready to start school
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