While the security community has learned, and reflected, and adapted, the developmental community has not.
What kind of employers hire people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD)?
According to Sarah and Mark, she is 40 and has a developmental age of about 14.
The fact that he was slow to speak is suggestive of some kind of developmental disability.
When my son was first diagnosed, I never had anything more than a slight acquaintance with anyone with developmental disabilities.
The origin of this is seen in types where the developmental process is not obscured by the presence of a large food-yolk.
They are devised for disciplinary, postural, developmental, and health purposes.
Across the top of the table selected specimens designated by developmental stage or snout-vent length are listed.
The developmental period was 30-41 days at room temperature.
The matter of classification will be for several years in a condition of developmental change.
1756, "an unfolding;" see develop + -ment. Of property, with the sense "bringing out the latent possibilities," from 1885 (Pickering's glossary of Americanisms, 1816, has betterments "The improvements made on new lands, by cultivation, and the erection of buildings, &c."). Meaning "state of economic advancement" is from 1902. Meaning "advancement through progressive stages" is 1836.
development de·vel·op·ment (dĭ-věl'əp-mənt)
The act of developing.
The state of being developed.
A significant event, occurrence, or change.
The natural progression from a previous, simpler, or embryonic stage to a later, more complex, or adult stage.