Developmental Red Flags
to Emotional, Cognitive and Behavior Skills
As your baby grows, it's only natural to wonder if everything
is okay. How can you tell what your baby should be able to do
How can you tell if your child is on target to develop her
emotional, cognitive, and behavior skills? Look for the red flag
in each age group. If you notice these behaviors with your
child, discuss your concerns with your doctor.
Thankfully, there are many ways to deal with delays in child
development and behaviors.
These include in-home services, outpatient (you take your child
to a clinic), inpatient (following injury or surgery) and school
based services. Which type of therapy should you choose?
Visit our Therapy
Options area to learn more.
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We understand developmental milestones and the challenges of
Special Needs children. We spend a great deal of time with
families understanding the inner workings of childhood routines
and interactions. Ask us about your child today!
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in Infants, Toddlers, and Children
Is My Baby's Cognitive Development Typical?
Your baby loves watching your face and your movements.
She'll spend time observing others to learn how to act. Babies are so
curious and there is so much to discover!
Babies develop at their own pace so use this simply as a guideline of
activities you can do with your baby to help her develop her social and
Cognitive Skills by Age Group
Cognitive Skills under 4 Months
Cognitive Skills 4 to 8 Months
Cognitive Skills 8 to 12 Months
Cognitive Skills 12 to 24 Months
Cognitive Skills 24 to 36 Months
Cognitive Skills 36 to 48 Months
Cognitive Skills 48 to 60 Months
Developmental Delays in
Premature and Late Preterm Babies
To find Early Intervention Support contacts in your State,
visit our Contacts by
State page. If you have a question or comment for us,
please visit our Contact
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