Daniel, 2.5 years  old, is diagnosed with delayed development, but has no other health issues.  He was abandoned at birth.  He is quiet and needs time to become familiar with others and communicate with them.  He can imitate words, but can’t pronounce them clearly, is described as weak in language communication but shows more reaction to body contact.  He hasn’t started toilet training yet.  He’s described as active and sometimes stubborn, and he likes quiet activities, listening to music, and playing with small, soft toys.