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Miller assessment for preschoolers

Miller assessment for preschoolers

Miller assessment for preschoolers: The Miller assessment for preschoolers is designed to identify young children at risk for delayed or deficient academic performance; several criteria are used: basic motor, coordination, verbal, nonverbal, and complex sensorimotor-cognitive tasks.

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Diseases Associated with Miller assessment for preschoolers

These diseases or medical conditions may be diagnosed by, screened for, or associated with Miller assessment for preschoolers:

  • Risk for learning delay or deficit

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