ummarize the consequences on the child's physical, cognitive, learning and memory, academic, communicative, behavioural, social, and emotional development.
physical: seen in measures of health, physical, and motor performance, and the age at which motor language milestones are attained. Cognitive: impaired or incomplete mental development, their problems are specifically a retardation in the development of intellectual and adaptive behavior. Learning and memory: task demands, observational learning, and studying for tests. Also problems generalizing and transferring skills and are less able to apply the knowledge or skills they have learned to new tasks, problems, or stimulus situations. Academic: limited intellectual ability, difficulties in working with abstract ideas, and problems in generalizing learning to new situations. Communication: children demonstrate delays in sentence length, sentence complexity, and speech-sound discrimination. Social and Emotional: less intimacy, loyalty, self-esteem, and contact in their friendships than did typical peers. Problems with interpersonal relationships, social concepts, emotional instability, and communication