1 Month Baby Motor Assessment for Typical Development
What should baby’s motor development look like at 1 month old? Watch to see how baby is examined in 5 different positions: supine, prone, side lying, sitting, and standing. In each position, we will highlight the typical expectations for baby in relation to specific areas of the body: head, trunk, upper extremities, and lower extremities.
Contact a healthcare provider if you have concerns about baby’s development.
Interested in seeing how baby’s development changes each month? Check out motor development at 2, 3, and 4 months!
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