2 Month Old Baby Typical and Atypical Development

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Download the handout to accompany this video. The differences between typical and atypical development at 2 months are highlighted in this video. Looking at baby in multiple positions is helpful in the early detection of motor delays. Learn more about gross motor development and why Tummy Time is crucial for baby’s development. Watch this video to see the eight positions healthcare providers use to determine if intervention is needed and what parents can look for in their baby’s development.

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