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  • Im Psychology

    With IM and iLS there is actual improvement in other indirect tasks such as tying ones shoe and behavior regulation. The notion behind Interactive Metronome (IM) is that it works to improve the brain 's rhythm and timing, which is essential for many bodily functions. A deficit in this area can affect attention, concentration, motor control, coordination, balance, gait and control of impulsivity. Since SPD causes delays in the relay time of messages, the IM system therapy uses rhythmic sounds…

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  • The Negative Effects Of Technology On Children With ADHD

    A toddler lacks proper social skills. A child screams and fusses uncontrollably until handed his mother’s IPhone. A teen gets hit by a car walking through a street texting. Two boys obsessed with a video game kill 12 students in a high school shooting. These are not the only cases; many of today’s tragic events derive from a lack of social understanding of others, which is learned at a young age. Our childhoods are a critical time and serve as the foundation for the rest of our lives. Recent…

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  • Expressive-Receptive Language Disorder Case Study

    In addition to an Expressive/ Receptive Language Disorder, Amanda is also presenting with a Sensory Integration Disorder (SID), now commonly referred to Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD). Her symptoms include hyperarousal to visual and auditory stimuli. A Diagnosis of SID entails problems associated with the interpretation of any form of sensory input. A Difficulty processing normal sensory stimuli can affect the normal development of children and with certain degrees of severity relate to…

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  • Phonological Awareness: A Case Study

    In the Language Context subtest area, the client obtained a standard score of 94 with a percentile rank of 34 and a confidence interval of 88-100. This standard score is within normal functional limits. In the Language Structure subtest area, Bernie obtained a standard score of 85 with a percentile rank of 16 with a confidence interval of 79-91. This standard score indicates a borderline average score. In the subtest area of Working Memory, the client obtained a standard score of 77 with a…

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  • Family Based Intervention

    Parent Directed Sensory Based Intervention Occupational Therapy is one of the leading treatment choices by families that have children whom are afflicted with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). One of the most formative treatments used by occupational therapist to combat ASD is sensory integration. This treatment is used when a child with ASD exhibits hypo or hypersensitivity to sensory input from their surroundings. Along with sensory integration, occupational therapists are trying a new family…

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  • Observational Child Observation

    As a project for my Child Development class, I completed an observational child study. I chose a four year old male child of one of my co-workers, whom I had met several months prior to the study. Paxton was born on June 15, 2012 and was six weeks premature. Aside from the requirement of a feeding tube at birth, Paxton suffered no complications. At 30 pounds and 33 inches, he is in the 5th percentile in weight and the 25th percentile in height (Clinical Growth Charts, 2016). His height is…

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  • Early Childhood Observation Summary

    General Information: Emma is 5 year old girl currently attending Mrs. Engel’s early childhood afternoon classroom. A re-evaluation was requested in order to gather additional information in preparation for her transition into Kindergarten. Emma currently received direct occupational therapy services. Per chart review Emma received early intervention services through the Indiana First Step program prior to attending the Early Childhood program. Summary of Procedures: Emma was evaluated…

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  • Language Theory/Neurological Explanation

    Language Theory / Neurological Explanation Due to Bernie having difficulty with following directions, remaining on task, interacting appropriately with adults and peers, and since language is still developing, a cognitive connectionist language theory is best described for Bernie’s case. Cognitive connectionist or information-processing theorist according to Nickola W. Nelson in Language and Literacy Disorders, 2010, believe language is learned “using the same set of information process…

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  • Examples Of Five Senses Essay

    It has been studied and proven that no two brains are alike. With this being said, no two students learn the same. One student may intake information more efficiently with visual aids while another may work better with hands on projects. Even though learning may happen differently from student to student, there is something that all students share; the five senses. Dr. A. Jean Ayres, who is known for her work on sensory integration, “maintained that the basic operating premise of the theory of…

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  • Linguistic Innateness Theory: Amanda's Compulsory

    it is, it in within us. It assists us in acquiring and executing certain aspects language and, if it is damaged, there can be a dysfunction in communication, including being unable to understand the context a story (Wolf Nelson, pg. 59-60, 2010). This might also attribute to Amanda’s exhibited sensory deficits. While there is little to no findings on sensory dysfunction and Chomsky’s Linguistic Innateness theory, there is information regarding the correlation of reading disorders and…

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