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Infancy- COTA

Infancy milestones

Head control for newborns and 1 month most newborns can turn head side to side in prone. Head lag in pull to sit. 1 month- can lift head in prone
Head control for 3 months can lift head and chest in prone
Head control and hand control for 4 months holds head erect when supported; minimal head lag when pulled to sit; can bring hands together in mideline; can hold head up in 90* in prone and prop arms
Head control for 5 months and can bring what to midline lift head in an attempt to help sit up; can bring feet to midline
When can babies roll from prone to supine 4-5 months
When can babies roll from supine to prone 5-6 months
When do babies start crawling (commando crawling) 7-8 months
When can babies pull to stand 8 months (but don't know how to lower)
When can infants creep 9-10 months
When do infants start cruising 10-11 months
When do babies/infants start walking 12-13 months
How does a newborn sit fully rounded back
how does a 2 month old sit head bobbing
how does a 3-4 month old sit extension of neck and cervical spine
how does a 5 month old sit props on extended arms
how does a 6 month old sit sits without supports
how does a 7-8 month old sit can sit upright without using hands for support
what positions can an 8 month old transfer from lying to sitting
When is palmar grasp integrated 4 months
when is an infant able to grasp and hold on to objects 4 months
what grasp does a 5 month old use primitive squeeze grasp
what grasp does a 6 month old use palmar grasp
Raking is used at 5-6 months
radial palmar grasp is used at 7 month
lateral pincer grasp is used at 8 month
voluntary release happens between 7-9 months
inferior pincer grasp is used at 10 month
superior pincer grasp is used at 12 month
Newborns have what kind of reaching visually triggered
3 month olds have what kind of reaching semi directed swipes
Between 4-6 months reaching becomes more_____ functional
What is the oral-motor development at early infancy suckling pattern (lips, tongue and jaw move as one unit); phasic bite (pressure on gums causes bite); suck-swallow; gag
Oral motor development in middle infancy suckling becomes voluntary around 4 months; spoon feeding; first teeth appear at 6 months
oral motor development in late infancy solid foods are introduced; feeds self with finger food; drinks from sippy cup independently
When do gestures (point, clap, wave occur) 7 months
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