Developmental Red Flags and AG 12 months-24 months

llbgurl's version from 2015-09-25 18:17

Section 1

Question Answer
difficult time with transition15 months
temperment and control issues 15 months
attachment to caregiver15 months
lack of consonanat production15 months
consistent omission of the initial consonant 15 months
lack object permanence15 months
does not try to scribble sponatenously18 months
unable to use spoon18 months
unable to follow simple commands18 months
excessive, indiscriminate, irrelevant verbalizing18 months
using only single words18 months
frequently falls when walking18 months
primary play: mouthing of toys, no finger for exploration, lack of imitation18 months
less than 4x birth weight24 months
awakens at night and unable to put self back to sleep24 months
unable to stack 4-5 blocks24 months
still eating pureed food24 months
unable to imitate24 months
scribbles on paper24 months
absent symbolic play24 months
no two word phrases24 months
use of noncommunicative speech (rote phrase, echolalia)24 months
unable to identify 5 pictures24 months
unable to name body parts24 months
no jargon24 months
more than 10 episodes of AOM24 months
unable to walk downstairs using rail24 months
persistent waddle wlak24 months
peristent toe walking24 months

Section 2

Question Answer
bite rulebite per age start toddler years
3 meals a day 2 snacks12-24 months
eating habitis influenced bydecrease in appetite, distraction, curiosity
toddler sleeps per night12 hours 1-2 naps per day
start identifying feelings12-24 months
toliet teaching12-24 months
provide some control and choice12-24 months
concrete thinks why, why why12-24 months
play12-24 months way for toddlers to practice developing skills, maintain weight
daycare12-24 months play-based daycare helps with learning, seperation and listening
flashcardsdiscourage this
learn receptive language first12-24 months
consistency is paramount12-24 months

Section 3

Question Answer
weight 26-28 lbs12-24 months
height 34-35 inches
head circ19 inches
anterior fontanelle closed by18-19 months of age
visual acuity 20/70
hirschbergs testYou shine a light at the eyes and observe where the light reflex is located in referrence to the pupil.
pneumatic otoscopyexamination that allows determination of the mobility of a patient’s tympanic membrane (TM) in response to pressure changes.
teeth20 months = 20 teeth; 12 months = 6-8 primary teeth
functional murmursinnoncent heard in 50% children: pulmonary ejection murmur, stills and venous hum most common
RR30, HR 80-120 diaphgramatic breathers
Liverbecomes more mature/efficient: vimtain storage of glycogenesis, amino acid changes and ketone bodies
liver edge1-2 cm below RCM
spleen edge1-2 cm below LCM
femoral anteversion"in toeing" head and neck of femur are rotated anteriorly usually resloves by 8 years of age
genu valgumknock knees normal at this age along with scolosis check
hyperkinesisred flag at this age: a disorder of children marked by hyperactivity and inability to concentrate.
mirroring movementsred flag
night terrorsFIRST half of sleep phase; inconsolable; tachycardia/tachypnea and sweating
nightmareslast 3rd of sleep phase; consolable; remember

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