Delays at 9–12M
Developmental delays at age 9 – 12 months
- Baby doesn’t stand on his hands and knees, doesn’t sit down or stand up.
- Baby hasn’t crawled on his tummy so far, and starts crawling on hands and knees without progressing through Indian crawl.
- Baby doesn’t sit unassisted by age 10 months.
- communication problems: exaggerated anxiety about strangers, difficulty in creating eye contact, exaggerated alarm over new environments.
- Babies who have difficulty in transitioning from sitting to standing and vice versa, or from sitting to crawling and vice versa
- A baby who doesn’t make any attempts to stand up.
Aged 12 months and over:
- A baby who doesn’t crawl on hands and knees, and does not sit down or stand up.
- Babies who stand up but find it very hard to maintain balance.
- Problems with or anxiety about walking.
- Difficulties in communication and socializing – with strangers, other children, or at home.
- Baby walks, but tends to fall frequently.