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2011-09-19 13:24:29
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peds G&D
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  1. safety becomes a problem when _____
    child is more mobile
  2. stages of G & D

    Infancy

    •Neonate:

    •Infancy:

    Early Childhood

    •Toddler:

    •Preschool:
    • Infant
    • Neonate: Birth to 1 month
    • Infancy:1month to 1 year

    Early Childhood

    • Toddler:1-3 years
    • Preschool:3-6 years
  3. Rates and patterns of growth are specific to _____
    certain parts of the body
  4. Growth is an orderly process, occurring in ______
    systematic fashion
  5. Development occurs in a _______ and a ______progression
    • cephalocaudal
    • proximodistal
  6. why assess clients developmental level
    • 1. check for progress
    • 2. check for deviations
  7. gross motor development by 6 months
    • 1. lift head, chest, and upper abdomen
    • 2. can bear weight on arms
  8. fine motor:

    6 month old: _______grasp
    • palmar grasp – uses
    • entire hand to pick up an object
  9. fine motor:

    9 month old: _____ grasp
    • pincer grasp – can
    • grasp small objects using thumb and forefinger
  10. speech:

    1-2 months:

    2-6 months:

    8-9 months

    10-12 months: “

    18-20 months:

    22-24 months:

    30-36 months:
    1-2 months: coos

    2-6 months: laughs and squeals

    8-9 months babbles: mama/dada as sounds

    10-12 months: “mama/dada specific

    18-20 months: 20 to 30 words – 50% understood by strangers

    22-24 months: two word sentences, >50 words, 75% understood by strangers

    30-36 months: almost all speech understood by strangers
  11. Ability to hear correlates with
    ability to
    enunciate words properly
  12. red flags in infant development
    Unable to sit alone by age 9 months

    • Unable to transfer objects from
    • hand to hand by age 1 year

    • Abnormal pincer grip or grasp by
    • age 15 months

    Unable to walk alone by 18 months

    • Failure to speak recognizable words
    • by 2 years.
  13. adolscent behavioral problems
    Anorexia

    Attention deficit

    Anger issues

    Suicide
  14. adolscent teaching
    Relationships

    Sexuality – STD’s / AIDS

    Substance use and abuse

    Gang activity

    Driving

    Access to weapons

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