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First-time parents of a 1-month-old are anxious to hear what they can expect in the next few months. Which of the following best describes the usual sequence for attainment o gross motor milestones in a young infant?

(A) head control, rolling over, hands together in midline, sits without support
(B) head control, hands together in midline, rolling over, pulls to stand
(C) rolls over, sits without support, hands together in midline, pulls to stand
(D) sits without support, hands together in midline, pulls to stand, walks along
(E) pulls to stand, walks along table, sits without support, hands together at midline
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I would also go for A but im not 100% sure (I hate this type of questons but im sure there will be a lot in the exam )
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First-time parents of a 1-month-old are anxious to hear what they can expect in the next few months. Which of the following best describes the usual sequence for attainment o gross motor milestones in a young infant?

(A) head control, rolling over, hands together in midline, sits without support
(B) head control, hands together in midline, rolling over, pulls to stand
(C) rolls over, sits without support, hands together in midline, pulls to stand
(D) sits without support, hands together in midline, pulls to stand, walks along
(E) pulls to stand, walks along table, sits without support, hands together at midline
(A) head control (2 months), rolling over (3-5 months), hands together in midline, sits without support (6 months)

(B) head control, hands together in midline, rolling over, pulls to stand (9-10 months)
(C) rolls over, sits without support, hands together in midline, pulls to stand
(D) sits without support, hands together in midline, pulls to stand, walks along (12 months)
(E) pulls to stand, walks along table (11 months), sits without support, hands together at midline

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First-time parents of a 1-month-old are anxious to hear what they can expect in the next few months. Which of the following best describes the usual sequence for attainment o gross motor milestones in a young infant?

(A) head control, rolling over, hands together in midline, sits without support
(B) head control, hands together in midline, rolling over, pulls to stand
(C) rolls over, sits without support, hands together in midline, pulls to stand
(D) sits without support, hands together in midline, pulls to stand, walks along
(E) pulls to stand, walks along table, sits without support, hands together at midline
A.) head control first
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Answer A..

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