Boy, born August 2011
facial paralysis; esotropia; psychomotor development delayed; epilepsy
Nickson has physical and intellectual development delays. At the age of 2 years, he can roll over freely, transfer to sitting position, crawl with hands and knees, kneel with hands holding on for support, and stand. He can’t walk independently. The whole muscle force is low; muscular tension is slight high; average consciousness. He still can’t speak. Now he can turn over pages of a book twice, knows what “NO” means, can recognize some common objects, and is beginning to know some simple meanings. His language development is delayed. He is outgoing and he likes to play with toys and watch cartoons. He likes to lean close to his familiar people and he likes to play near someone. When there is nice music, he waves his hands and wiggles his hips.