Does not follow simple verbal directions such as “Give me the ____” or “Show me your nose” by 21 months
Does not look at you when you are talking or playing
Does not play in close proximity to other children
Prefers gestures to communicate over vocalizations by 18 months
Does not point out things of interest (ie. Bird or airplane overhead) by 20 months
Does not use at least six consonant sounds (ex. p,b,m,n,w,d) by 20 months
Does not use pretend type play with dolls or self (brush hair, feed, put to bed, etc) by 21 months
Does not appear to know the function of common household objects (ex. toothbrush, phone, fork, etc by 20 months
This list is to be used as a resource only. If you have any concerns based on this list, please contact your child’s pediatrician. An evaluation of their development may need to be done.
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