A nurse is performing a developmental assessment on a 11 month-old. Which of the following findings is of most concern?


•Birth weight should be tripled by 12 months and doubled by 6 months.

•Ability to stand alone may happen at this age, but is usually accomplished by 20-24 months.

•Head circumference larger than chest is normal for this age.

•Most 11 month-olds are unable to walk alone.

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