developmental milestones


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de·vel·op·men·tal mile·stones

(dĕ-vel'ŏp-men'tăl mīl'stōnz)
The stages in the neuromuscular, mental, or social maturation of an infant or young child, generally marked by the attainment of a capacity or skill, such as rolling over, sitting with good head control, smiling spontaneously, laughing, and following moving objects with the eyes; most of these occur by the age of 2-4 months in the normal infant.
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Under that plan, Elon was awarded stock options that vested only if the company's market cap continued to increase in $4B increments and if it achieved matching operational milestones, including vehicle production targets and developmental milestones relating to the Model X and Model 3 programs.
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This app is organized by age and includes nutrition and activity tips for children birth to age 5, interactive videos from parenting and nutrition experts on a range of hot topics, developmental milestones, text reminders about milestones and appointments and a private profile page with access to free resources.
Summary: New programmes will encourage parents to read to children and track their developmental milestones
These signs often develop gradually, though some children with autism reach their developmental milestones at a normal pace and then regress.
These findings provide new insight into biological processes regulating growth and body size and controlling gestation length, weaning, age at maturity and other developmental milestones," said Dr.
These skills are known as developmental milestones.
Synopsis: All mothers carefully watch the developmental milestones throughout that first year of their babies lives; waiting, observing, fretting, sometimes comparing, and always wondering.

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