Nonverbal communication

61. The child makes "call sounds" to get your attention.

Never □ Rarely □ Sometimes □ Often □ Always □

62. The child babbles or jargons (which sounds as if he/she is saying something).

Never □ Rarely □ Sometimes □ Often □ Always □

63. The child signals with gesture or sound when he/she is hungry or needs to go to the toilet.

Never □ Rarely □ Sometimes □ Often □ Always □

64. When the child wants something he/she expresses this by pulling you by the hand toward the desired object.

Never □ Rarely □ Sometimes □ Often □ Always □

65. The child points or uses other gestures to indicate what he/she wants. Never □ Rarely □ Sometimes □ Often □ Always □

66. When the child points or gestures to indicate a desired object, he/she looks at the object or event first and then at you.

Never □ Rarely □ Sometimes □ Often □ Always □

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