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MOTOR DEVELOPMENT

Peeds- Motor Development

QuestionAnswer
Crossing Midline 9-12 months
Laterality should be stable by age 5
Bilateral Integration 9-12 months
Turns head side to side <br> Lifts head momentarily <br> Bends hips with bottom in air <br> Lifts head and sustains in midline <br> Able to bear weight on forearms <br> Attempts to shift weight on forearms resulting in shoulder collapse Prone 0-2 months
Shift wt on forearms and reaches forward <br> Equilibrium reactions are present<br> Hips are flat on surface Prone 5-6 months
Head held to one side <br> Able to turn head side to side<br> Supine 0-3 months
Holds head in midline<br> Lower back flattens against floor Supine 3-4 months
Head lag is gone when pulled to sitting position <br> Hands are together in space Supine 4-5 months
Rolls from prone to side <br> Rolls from supine to side 3-4 months
Rolls from prone to supine <br> 5-6 months
Rolls segmentally with roll initiated by the head, shoulder, or hips 6-14 months
Creeping 7-12 months
Head bobs in sitting <br> Back is rounded <br> 0-3 months
Sits alone momentarily <br> increased extension in back <br> Sits by propping forward on arms<br> Protective responses present with falling to the front 5-6 months
Sits alone steadily, initially with wide base of support <br> Able to play with toys in sitting position 5-10 months
Gets to sitting position from prone position 6-11 months
Equillibrium reactions are present <br> Able to rotate upper body, while lower body is stationary <br> Protective response present when falling to the side 7-8 months
Rises from supine position by first rolling over to stomach then pushing up into four-point position 9-18 months
Protective extension backwards <br> Able to move in and out of sitting position into other positions 10-12 months
Trunk control and equillibrium responses are fully developed in sitting position <br> Further increase of variety of positions possible 11-12 months
Rises from supine by rolling to side then pushing up to sitting position 11-24 months
Cruises 7-12 months
NO release; grasp reflex is strong 0-1 months
Involuntary release 1-4 months
Transfers objects from hand to hand 4-8 months
Volitional release 7-9 months
Releases into a container with wrist straight 9-10 months
Precise controlled release into small containers with wrist extended 12-15 months
Creeeps up stairs 15 months
Walks up and down stairs while holding on 1.5 - 2 years
Walks up stairs alternating feet 2.5 - 3.5 years
Created by: poolbeee@yahoo.com on 2009-03-20



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