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4 Month Old Baby Typical and Atypical Development

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Published on Feb 6, 2013

***EDUCATIONAL VIDEO***
This footage compares the movements of two children at 4 months of age: one developing typically, and one developing atypically. This film goes through 8 different positions with the two children.

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. Early detection and early intervention are best. For more information on infant development, please go to: https://www.pathways.org

Download Accompanying Handout :https://pathways.org/wp-content/uploa...

All materials including videos are provided at no cost; no fees or charges may be associated with any of the Pathways.org materials without prior written approval.

Each year, 1 in 40 children in the United States is born with an early motor delay, and an estimated 400,000 children are born at-risk for a delay. When healthcare providers know what to look for, they are better equipped to recognize the subtle signs of a delay in infants as young as 2 months of age, giving them the opportunity to receive early intervention services and thereby reach their fullest potential.

We encourage you to use Pathways.org resources as a guide to identify potential early motor delays at each well-child visit.
For more information on infant development, please go to: https://www.pathways.org

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