Your child has stopped growing or developing as expected.
Your child is exhibiting new symptoms that emerge over time.
Your child looks or acts differently from other members of the family.
Your child is experiencing multiple symptoms that do not clearly fit within any common diagnosis.
There are other family members with similar uncommon symptoms.
Your child has been to the doctor (pediatrician, emergency room, etc.) multiple times in the past several months to deal with similar recurring symptoms.
Your child has been referred to multiple specialists and/or has tried several recommended treatments (including surgeries) that have not worked as predicted.
Your child has been diagnosed with a moderate, severe or profound developmental delay.
Your child has one or more major abnormality of the structure or function of their organs that has been present from birth and requires ongoing medical or surgical treatment.
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The common signs were developed by the Global Commission membership for its 2019 Global Commission Year One Report. Additional signs were added in 2020 by the Global Commission membership.