Developmental milestones

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Developmental milestones

  1. 1. Developmental Milestones Ivy S. Gementiza, RN
  2. 2. • A method of evaluation has been developed using an interview technique – Parents are asked questions regarding milestones in achievements that most will remember• The childs developmental quotient (DQ) can be determined according to the parents answers• A DQ less than 70% signifies a delay requiring further evaluation
  3. 3. MONTH
  4. 4. • Raises head slightly from prone Gross Motor • Makes crawling movements Visual-Motor/ • Birth: visually fixesProblem-Solving • 1 mo: has tight grasp, follows to midline Language • Alerts to soundSocial/Adoptive • Regards to face
  5. 5. MONTHS
  6. 6. • Holds head in midline Gross Motor • Lifts chest off table Visual-Motor/ • No longer clenches fist tightlyProblem-Solving • Follows object past midline • Smiles socially (after being stroked or Language talked to)Social/Adoptive • Recognizes parent
  7. 7. MONTHS
  8. 8. • Supports on forearms in prone Gross Motor • Holds head up steadily Visual-Motor/ • Holds hands open at rest • Follows in circular fashionProblem-Solving • Responds to visual threat Language • Coos (produces long vowel sounds in musical fashion) • Reaches for familiar people or objectsSocial/Adoptive • Anticipates feeding
  9. 9. MONTHS
  10. 10. • Rolls front to back Gross Motor • Supports on wrists • Shifts weight Visual-Motor/ • Laughs, orients to voiceProblem-Solving Language • Enjoys looking around environment
  11. 11. MONTHS
  12. 12. • Rolls back to front Gross Motor • Sits supported Visual-Motor/ • Transfers objectsProblem-Solving • Says “ah-goo,” Language • Blows raspberries • Orients to bell (localizes laterally)
  13. 13. MONTHS
  14. 14. • Sits unsupported Gross Motor • Puts feet in mouth in supine position Visual-Motor/ • Unilateral reachProblem-Solving • Uses raking grasp Language • BabblesSocial/Adoptive • Recognizes strangers
  15. 15. MONTHS
  16. 16. Gross • Creeps Motor • Orients to bellLanguage (localized indirectly)
  17. 17. MONTHS
  18. 18. • Comes to sit Gross Motor • Crawls Visual-Motor/ • Inspects objectsProblem-Solving Language • “Dada” indiscriminatelySocial/Adoptive • Fingerfeeds
  19. 19. MONTHS
  20. 20. • Pivots when sitting Gross Motor • Pulls to stand • Cruises Visual-Motor/ • Uses pincer grasp • Probes with forefingerProblem-Solving • Holds bottle, throws objects • “Mama” indiscriminately Language • Gestures, waves bye-bye • Inhibits to “no” • Starts to explore environmentSocial/Adoptive • Plays gesture games (eg, pat-a-cake)
  21. 21. MONTHS
  22. 22. Gross • Walks when led with both Motor hands held • “Dada/mama”Language discriminately; orients to bell (directly)
  23. 23. MONTHS
  24. 24. Gross • Walks when led with one hand held Motor • One word other than “dada/mama”Language • Follows 1-step command with gesture
  25. 25. MONTHS
  26. 26. Gross Motor • Walks alone Visual-Motor/ • Uses mature pincer grasp • Releases voluntarilyProblem-Solving • Marks paper with pencil • Uses two words other than “dada/mama” Language • Immature jargoning (runs several unintelligible syllables together) • Imitates actionsSocial/Adoptive • Comes when called • Cooperates with dressing
  27. 27. Thank You!

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