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    Have I dreamt it, or does anyone know of an alternative tracker to the EYFS one? I'm sure I've seen one before that is for a child with development delay.

    I have a child who has some quite severe development delay and it seems really unfair and pointless completing the usual tracker. I can hardly track anything in some areas as she is not following the usual lines of development.

    Has anyone got any ideas or would you just complete the standard tracker?

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    Is this the sort of thing you were looking for - found it in Government archives! The Early Support Developmental Journals - Children and young people

    There are a couple of different options for children with specific disabilities but this is the one for general delay http://webarchive.nationalarchives.g...nload/ES54.pdf

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    Thank you. I'll have a proper look at those later.

 

 

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