Thursday, 18 May 2017

Q. The nurse is assessing the development of a 7-month-old. The child should be able to:  

A. Play pat-a-cake.
B. Sit without support.
C. Say two words.
D. Wave bye-bye. 

Correct Answer: B
 

Explanation: The majority of infants (90%) can sit without support by 7 months of age. Approximately 75% of infants at 10 months of age are able to play pat-a-cake. The ability to say two words occurs in 90% of children by age 16 months. A child typically can wave bye-bye at about 14 months of age.

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