Developmental milestones 12 months old
There are many milestones in an infant’s physical, emotional and learning development during the eight to twelve month period. Each baby is an individual, and developmental milestones should not be compared. Babies can reach milestones early or late.
Physical Milestones of an Eight to Twelve Month Old Infant
- Infants will be able to sit alone without support.
- Infants can bang on tables or other surfaces with an object.
- Infants will start crawling, either with their abdomen on, or off, of the floor.
- Infants will learn to pull themselves up to a standing position, and eventually stand alone.
- Infants will learn how to change positions, such as going from lying to sitting.
- Infants can learn to drink from a cup.
Learning Milestones of an Eight to Twelve Month Old Infant
- Infants in this age group will begin to make vowel and consonant cooing sounds.
- Infants may start shouting to get their caregiver’s attention.
- Older infants may say one syllable words, or a combination of the same syllable, such as “mama” or “dada.”
- Infants in this age group may be curious about a toy that is being hidden and start looking for it.
- Infants will drop things on purpose to see it fall.
Emotional Milestones of an Eight to Twelve Month Old Infant
- Infants in this age group will start to show fear around individuals they are unfamiliar with.
- Infants in this age group tend to cry and appear scared when parents leave them with another caregiver.
- Infants in this age group will laugh more frequently, and show a desire to make parents happy.
- Infants in this age group may resist going to bed and display their anger when they are unhappy.
- Infants in this age group may cry when scolded.
- Infants in this age group will repeat a caregiver’s action...
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I was worried about this decision as well, but the difference since we had the tubes put in has been night and day. He has not had an ear infection since. The surgery took under 15 minutes and he was fully recovered by the time the anasthesia was out of his body (about 12 hours).
I don't know how old your daughter is, but for us, it helped with other developmental milestones as well. Once he was ear infection free, his sense of balance improved, his hearing improved so his ability to speak clearly and understand words improved. He was 11 months when the tubes were inserted, and one has now fallen out (this is completely normal)
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It's pretty basic stuff. All it is is considering if a child is hitting milestones. If the average age of walking is 12 months, and you have a 15 month old who is not even close, then you can recommend to the parents that they talk to their ped or contact Early Intervention. Perhaps you expect that at 2 year old can talk in short sentences, and you have a 2 year old who isn't doing that. That's not difficult to notice. You don't need an advanced degree. You notice, and you mention it to the parents.
We're not talking advanced diagnosis here. We're talking about noticing if a child doesn't hit developmental milestones.
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