10. Obvious Delays in Development

Developmental milestones are estimates, but they can help parents keep track of whether or not their children are developing at an average rate. If a child misses many milestones, such as babbling and gesturing within 12 months, speaking single words by 16 months, and saying two- or three-word phrases by age two, tests for developmental delays or disorders could explain these challenges.

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