Assessment exam 1

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Assessment exam 1
2013-09-24 00:22:06

Exam 1
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  1. Ongoing procedures used by qualified personnel to determine a child's initial and continuing eligibility under part C, including determining the status of the child in each of the developmental areas
  2. A professional trained in assessing a child's hearing
  3. a psychiatrist who, in addition to medical and adult psychiatric training, has been trained and certified in working with children and adolescents and can prescribe medicine
    child and adolescent psychiatrist
  4. a psychologist who has specialized training in working with children and adolescents
    child and adolescent psychologist
  5. a professional who is trained in infant/toddler development and in identifying developmental delays and disabilities
    child developmental specialist
  6. a publicly funded program under IDEA intended to identify, locate, and evaluate/asses infants and toddlers with potential developmental delays or disabilities
    child find
  7. related to direct observation and treatment of an individual child, adult, or family
  8. a term used to describe infants and toddlers who need early intervention services because they have not achieved skills and abilities which are expected to be mastered by children of the same age or have a diagnosed physical or mental condition which has a high probability of resulting in a developmental delay
    developmentally delayed/disabled
  9. term used by professionals to describe areas of a child's development
    developmental domains
  10. Term used by many professionals for the story of a child's development, beginning before birth
    developmental history
  11. term frequently used to describe a memorable accomplishment on the part of a baby or young child
    developmental milestone
  12. a pediatrician with specialized training in child's social, emotional, and intellectual development as well as health and physical growth
    developmental pediatrician
  13. term used to describe the critical analysis of a child's development in all the developmental domains, after reviewing all the assessment results, and the conclusion reached by such analysis
  14. A professional trained in young children's typical and atypical development
    early childhood special educator
  15. refers to the range of services designed to enhance the development of infants and toddlers with disabilities or at risk of developmental delay
    early intervention
  16. specific criteria of developmental delay that meets the eligibility level needed for publicly funded services
  17. the cause or origin of a disabling condition
  18. term that is often used interchangeably with "assessment". In IDEA it refers to a procedure that is used to determine a child's eligibility for early intervention services
  19. IDEA
    an acronym for the Individual with Disabilities Education Act
  20. A group of people with different kinds of training and experience working together, usually on an ongoing basis
    multidisciplinary team
  21. settings that are natural or normal for the child's age with peers who have no disabilities
    Natural Environment
  22. a pattern or average regarded as typical for a specific group
  23. a professional who has specialized training in helping an individual develop mental or physical skills that aid in daily living activities, with careful attention to enhancing fine motor skills
    occupational therapist
  24. a registered nurse with specialize, post graduate training in providing ongoing care for the child/patient in both health and illness
    pediatric nurse practitioner
  25. a medical doctor who has specialized training in caring for the physical health and development of children
  26. a professional trained in assessing and providing therapy to treat developmental delays, disease, and injury using methods such as exercise, heat, light, and massage
    physical therapist
  27. the number or proportion of individuals in a community or population with a given condition or problem
  28. nurses who are specially trained to provide care, usually in home, to families. They often have a strong background in social work skills and child and family development
    public health nurse
  29. the process pf helping a child or family access services
  30. the extent to which a test is consistent in measuring whatever it measures
  31. the process of how a child takes in information and processes it based on their senses (touch, taste, smell, sound, sight)
    sensory integration
  32. a brief assessment procedure designed to identify children who should receive more intensive assessment
  33. a professional who is trained in assessing and treating problems in communication including articulation, receptive language, expressive language, fluency, and voice problems
    speech and language pathologist
  34. the extent to which a text or observation measures what it is intended to measure
  35. 1975 Education for all Handicapped Children Act (EAHC) required each state to provide a free and appropriate education to all handicapped children, age 3-18. Requires that an individual education plan (IEP) must be created for each handicapped child.
    Public Law 94-142
  36. Part H amends EHA to authorize an early intervention program for handicapped infants and toddlers and their families
    Public Law 99-457
  37. This law reauthorized the Part H program and amended definition of children with disabilities to allow states to provide services to 3-5 year olds who are experiencing developmental delays. Also, the law required states to plan for transition of children from Part H to preschool programs.
    Public Law 102-119
  38. Which lawsuit led to the desegregation of schools and marked the beginning of the civil rights movement. Separate is not equal.
    Brown v. Board of education
  39. Which lawsuit was the first court case to confirm the right of handicapped children to an education
    PARC vs commonwealth of Pennsylvania 1972
  40. In which lawsuit did a judge order that no child could be excluded form school without provisions of appropriate alternative education?
    Mill vs. Board of Education 1972
  41. Which researcher took children from an orphanage and placed them in an institution with women who were retarded and showed experience can impact IQ scores?
    Skeels and Dye
  42. Which researcher gave orphans basic care and as a result some babies died, showing protest, despair, and disengagement? Changed our thinking of what babies need in the early years
  43. Who is the father of attachment and studied maternal deprivation? Believed there is another organic, intrinsic motivator other than to be just fed and clothed. Human species to survive need a strong base.
  44. Which researcher removed monkeys from their mothers and showed the significance of mothering and that their is are long term consequences to maternal deprivation in the first 6 months.
    Harry Harlow
  45. Which researcher thought that development was based on biology, they were going to be what they were going to be, experience didn't matter. Focused on the average child and was the first to document milestones
  46. a condition in pregnancy in which the placental lies below the uterus and may completely block the opening of the uterus
    placenta previa
  47. premature separation of the placenta from the uterine wall before childbirth (hemorrhaging)
    Placenta Abruption
  48. disorder in late pregnancy characterized by high blood pressure with swelling and/or protein in the mother's urine, seen especially in teenagers and women older than 35, also called toxemia of pregnancy
  49. two separate eggs fertilized fertilized from two separate sperm cells
    Fraternal (dizygotic) twins
  50. one fertilized eff that splits into two with th twins sharing the same genetic code
    identical (Monozygotic) twins
  51. the first stage which begins at the moment of conception and lasts until the fertilized egg implants itself in the uterine wall
    germinal stage
  52. begins one the zygote attaches to the uterine wall and lasts about 8 weeks. The child then is referred to as an embryo. At this point major organs and body parts develop almost daily. A critically important period of time.
    Embryonic Stage
  53. begins at about 8 weeks and lasts until birth and the developing child is now referred to as a fetus. Brain formation continues and the baby begins to suck it's thumb and open and close their eyes
    fetal stage
  54. a fertilized ovum
  55. a pregnancy that occurs outside the uterus
    ectopic pregnancy
  56. a membrane that grows to surround the embryo after about one month of development and helps form the placenta
  57. A membrane that grows over the embryo and becomes filled with amniotic fluid, which protects the embryo by regulating temperature, cushioning the fetus from injury and allowing it freedom from movement
    Amnion, Amniotic sac
  58. the structure through which nurtients and waste products are exchanged between the mother and the developing embryo. For the remainder of the pregnancy, the placenta acts as the fetus's lungs, digestive tract, kidneys, and liver
  59. the lifeline of the embryo, consisting of two arteries and one vein
    umbilical cord
  60. the principal that growth occurs from head downward
    cephalocaudal development
  61. the principle that body parts closer to the central axis of the body develop first, while those farther from the center of the body develop later
    proximoldistal development
  62. fetal movements during pregnancy, this happens by 20 weeks and is ofter the first time parents hear the fetal heart beat on the visit to the doctor
  63. the point at which postnatal survival is likely. By 28 weeks a baby has a good chance of survival
    age of viability
  64. refers to any environmental agent that causes damage during the prenatal period
  65. a prenatal diagnostic procedure performed in the second trimester in which amniotic fluid is removed by a needle inserted through the abdominal wall and into the uterine cavity
  66. a prenatal diagnostic procedure done in the first trimester of pregnancy to obtain fetal cells for genetic analysis, minute biopsy of the chorion
    chronic villus sampling
  67. restricted growth in the fetus, producing small fro gestational age at birth babies, often resulting from abnormal placental development
    intrauterine growth restriction (IUGR)