Decreased Response to Adults Babies start to recognize and respond to their name as early as six months; by 12 months, they respond to their name being called consistently. They also follow an adult’s eye gaze when that adult points out something interesting across the room. Red flag: Toddlers with autism are less likely to respond to their names when called. They’re also less likely to be able to follow an adult’s point at something across the room.
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