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    something she used language like when she asked for a hot dog. Physical/Motor Development She is able to Dance which is the use of lager body parts that shows the development of gross motor skills she also runs which is also the use of gross motor skills. She jumps around which shows the use of complex- motor skills which is usually seen in children near three or four. She points and moves the dolls hands which is fine motor skills. The child is ambulatory she shows this by walking around and…

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    Childhood Play Summary

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    practice for caregivers as toddlers develop in the cognitive domain. And as for fine motor skills, you can tell he is on point with his because he can work the toys and play with them how they are supposed to. When it comes to using gross motor skills things like walking, jumping, and running — your little dynamo probably doesn 't need much encouragement. But it 's equally important that kids work on their fine motor skills small, precise thumb, finger, hand, and wrist movements because they…

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    who was in a wheelchair and had difficulty moving her own body. Their physical development varies within every child the majority of children were about the same height but they had a difference in body shape. Regarding children 's fine and gross motor skills, they also have a wide diversity in that category of development. During class time whenever the teacher made the transition into a different activity some kids, mainly the boys would run and jump while cleaning up their areas. I witnessed…

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    Development assessment is an important process to assess children whether they are having a delay or disability in developing their gross motor skills, fine motor skills, communication skills, personal-social skills and problem solving skills. It is important because the sooner the pediatrician catch a delay or disability the sooner, the doctor can help connect the children and the parents with services, and support that make a real difference. According to the American Academy of Pediatrics…

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    Evolving from the prenatal period up into infancy many things are underway. Entering the new period of life you begin to develop not only biologically but as well as cognitively and socioemotionally. Within each dimension there are other components that effect how a human grows. The external influences we have throughout life effects the pattern of development and how a human grows. Development is the pattern of movement or change that starts at conception and continues through the human pathway…

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    Toy Play Analysis

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    Some of the main challenges that they face, according to Eileen Allen and Lynn Marotz, are the development of their motor skills, vocabulary and intellectual skills, and creativity (2000). Between the ages of 2 and 5 children are in the process of building their social skills and learning how to properly interact with others. According to Carol Sigelman and Elizabeth…

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    along with these concerns they can also suffer from bladder, kidney and gastrointestinal issues and difficulties. Some additional concerns is that at infancy they can experience feeding problems, then later have hyper sensitive hearing, develop poor motor skills, experience mild to severe learning disabilities, and developmental delays. The older the individual gets they struggle with numbers, abstract reasoning, and spatial relations in which can make daily task difficult and challenging.…

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    Early childhood human development is a very critical foundation for a child’s academic and social communication. Consequently, I believe my analysis of Mike’s language disability is having a lasting affect on his progress in communication and cognitive development. Some of his disability could be traced to early human development. Deiner and Deiner state that “vowels and the consonants /p/, /b/, /m/, an /w/ are [the] easiest for a young child to pronounce” (p. 277). Moreover, I believe Mike…

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    Mild Trauma Case Study

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    has been influenced with limited left UE use. All areas in motor skills are restrained and require modification; aligns, stabilizes, position, reaches, bends, grips, manipulates, coordination, moves, lift and endures. Initially, The MMT will be used to use to test muscle strength. The Dynamometry may test his grip and pinch strength, and Wolf Motor Function Test (WMFT) is designed to access the motor ability from moderate to severe UE motor deficit. Process skills are affected by immobility,…

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    an AAC device. The patient’s operational competence is one of the most important. Operational competence is the ability to use the device. If the device is high-tech, will the patient be able to turn it on? For someone with tremors or subpar fine motor skills, a high-tech device that must be turned on by a tiny button may not be the best choice. If someone is unable to move their upper body, a low-tech AAC board that requires pointing would not be the best option either. It is essential to take…

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