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      Developmental Milestones Part of being a CASA is being able to evaluate how your child is doing developmentally. Are they on track? Have the reach the goals normally assumed for their age? Here is a helpful list from High Hopes Pediatric Therapy of things to look for to make sure your CASA child is developing properly.

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      Developmental Milestones: What to Watch For | CASA of NELA

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