When you have developmental concerns about your child, it's important to communicate effectively with your doctor to address the situation.
1. Prepare in advance: Before the appointment, write down your concerns, observations, and questions. This will help you stay focused during the discussion with the doctor.
2. Choose the right time: Schedule an appointment specifically to discuss your concerns with the doctor, ensuring that there is enough time for a thorough conversation without feeling rushed.
3. Be specific: Clearly describe your concerns, providing specific examples of behaviors or developmental milestones that you find worrisome. This will help the doctor better understand the situation.
4. Video examples: Visual examples are so much better than word of mouth. Help clarify your concerns with...