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1

By what time should the child be able to lift their head?

1 month

2

By what time should the child be able to track with their eyes?

1 month

3

By what time should the child be able to coo?

1 month

4

By what time should the child be able to recognize their parents?

1 month

5

By what time should the child be able to sit up?

6 months

6

By what time should the child be able to exert a raking grasp?

6 months

7

By what time should the child be able to babble?

6 months

8

By what time should the child be able to develop stranger anxiety?

6 months

9

By what time should the child be able to walk?

12 months

10

By what time should the child be able to use a two finger grasp?

12 months

11

By what time should the child be able to say mama/dada?

12 months

12

By what time should the child be able to imitate parents?

12 months

13

If a child is not able to walk by 1 year delayed?

Not necessarily

14

By what time should the child be able to walk with assistance?

9 months

15

By what time should the child be able to use a three fingered grasp?

9 months

16

By what time should the child be able to ware bye-bye or play pat a cake?

9 months

17

What are important questions to ask about a mother's pregnancy history?

Number of all pregnancies
Health of living children
Deceased children and why

18

What are pertinent questions about child SHx?

-School adjustment
-nail biting/thumb sucking
-bed wetting/constipation
-parental occupation/education//marital status
-home conditions

19

What are the components of the HEADDS exam?

Home/health
Education
Activities
Drugs
Diet/depression
Suicide/sexuality/social media

20

What do you always start the HPI with for a child?

Age

21

How should an HPI be written? (order of importance, severity, chronologically, or relevance to current symptoms?)

Chronologically

22

What is the best way to document growth?

Using percentiles

23

What is the best way to document development?

Compare to expected.

24

What are relevant questions to ask about regrading a child's pregnancy?

Duration of pregnancy
Place of delivery
Labor details
Delivery details
Immediate condition of the child
Birth weight

25

What are relevant questions for the child's neonatal period?

Congenital abnormalities,
First month of life
Degree of early bonding, especially in the NICU

26

When is a child able to hold their head erect while sitting?

4-7 months

27

When is a child able to roll over from front to back and back to front?

4-7 months

28

When is a child able to sit alone or unsupported?

4-7 months

29

When is a child able to stand with support? Alone?

8-12 months

30

When is a child able to walk with support? Walk alone?

8-12 months, 15ish months

31

When is a child able to combine words?

2 years old

32

When is a child's speech understandable?

3 years old.

33

When is a child able to dress them self?

4 years old.