Development Board Review Part 1 of 2. August 26, 2010. What’s the best way to learn the developmental milestones??. Have your own guinea pigs at home!!. One Month. Gross motor Raises head from prone position Fine Motor Visually fixates Clenches fists tightly
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August 26, 2010
Have your own guinea pigs at home!!
During a two month well child exam, you would expect a healthy baby to do all of the following except
A. Lift head and chest while prone
C. Follow the mother visually around the room 180°
D. Grasp a rattle and bring it to his mouth
Follows past midline: Can look at 2 sides at 2 months.
Recognizes parent: with their 2 eyes.
C s (Coos)
Baby is “tri”- podding
6 looks like a baby sitting with a round butt
A child walks into your office holding onto his mother’s hand. As he leaves he turns to his brother in the waiting room and waves bye-bye. His mother reports that he says dada and baba for bottle but has no other words. You would NOT expect this child to:
A. Play peek-a-boo
B. Roll a ball back to you
C. Bang two cubes together
D. Take off his T-shirt
A mother is concerned about her 24 month old son’s language development. She reports that he knows more than 50 words, but strangers are often unable to understand him. When you evaluate the child, he is able to point to 4 named pictures, uses 2-word sentences and points to six named body parts. You understand about half of what he says. Based on your evaluation, you:
A. Reassure the mother that her son’s language development is normal for age
B. Schedule a hearing evaluation
C. Refer him to speech therapy
D. Encourage the mother to read to the child more often because his language development is clearly delayed
E. Inform the mother that her son’s language development is advanced for his age
FOUR years old
Asks questions: What for? (what 4?)
Names 4 body parts