We will suggest some possible solutions for working with him for his parents and his teacher/s. We will finish with some suggestion for how his social and overall progress can be evaluated monthly. Michael is a five-year-old male who has recently been diagnosed with hearing loss which has delayed his speech process, causing a speech disorder. Due to his speech deficiency Michael has a difficult time communicating and therefore is at present unable to build meaningful relationships with his peers. According to his parents Michael occasionally has play dates, but doesn’t play with children within his own neighborhood.
Recognising and Responding to concerns about Child Development Any concerns that staff may have about the development of children and young people should be reported. Recognising concern, allows staff /carers to intervene and help the child, and inform the parents of the concerns and possible solution for the problem. The quicker the issue is dealt with the better this is for the child’s development. Whereas if a problem is left unresolved or delayed, the more damaging this could be for the child’s development. Difficulty with reading and writing If a child is having problems with reading and writing this could cause concern.
This situation was particularly difficult for the family since none of the relatives were deaf. This meant that his parents were totally unprepared to raise four deaf children (Horovitz 85). The fact that Baird’s parents did not have deaf relatives also meant that they were unfamiliar with American Sign Language. To try to cope, they made use of ‘home signs’ as well as finger spelling in order to communicate with Baird and his other deaf siblings. As soon as they were of age, Baird and his deaf siblings were enrolled in the Kansas School of the Deaf in Olathe, Kansas.
She was admitted following an elective termination of pregnancy. Pre operatively she had an interpreter present, but she had returned to the ward and was not present in recovery. When she woke up, Joanna turned to her right and saw the 3 year old boy next to her. She became distressed and started to cry. Joanna appeared to understand no English at all, I tried to calm her down and reassure her, but she did not seem to comprehend.
The strained relationship with his only child could isolate Mr. Trosack and could lead to depression. The nurses and doctors on the team has to work with Mr. Trosack regarding health education. The importance of regular check-ups needs to be stressed, because Mr. Trosack hadn’t had a physical exam in ten years and he had expired medications in his medicine cabinet. He was diagnosed with hypertension and non-insulin-dependent diabetes and will need to further education. Mr. Trosack will need to know how to manage hypertension and diabetes through medication, diet, and exercise.
After bringing Ben back to the house the children started to stay away from the house. Jane was quiet and to herself but went to her friends house after school. Paul did come home but he was often in tears, whined alot and stared for long hours at nothing. He was too thin because of his malnutritioned appatite. He didnt concentrate on important things, he daydreemed and mooned restlesly.The problem with Paul was that he didn’t have a mother at the time when he was growing, which is why he turned out this way.
Jon, a born deaf and 10 year old boy got a cochlear implant when he was 2 years old. He states he has been deaf and he doesn’t like to put his headpiece on in the early morning because he likes peaceful silence sometimes (Jon). Actually, some people lose hearing very early time before they start aging. Another people lose hearing because of disease or accidents. And, some people who had been deaf do not get the cochlear implant surgery, wanting to be remaining deaf as they used be.
Christy’s caring and loving mother had always realized that there was something wrong with her son Christy and when he was four months she decided to seek medical advice. Every doctor that examined Christy told his mother that he is hopeless and he could not be cured. Many also told his mother that Christy was mentally defective and would remain so. It was really hard for Christy’s mother as she kept getting negative responses towards her son but she refused to accept the truth and would not believe that Christy was an imbecile. Because of Christy’s disability, his mother put much more care and
This sort of pupils regularly directs adequate or even minor intervals in messages and scholar presentation stages equated to regular pupils. Moreover, the expansion of youngsters with minor cerebral hindrance is hindered equated to their non-restricted rivals. Intervals in growth regularly have an outcome in decreasing the child's rational aptitudes. Pupils beneath this type regularly familiarity complications in clutching composite topics which entail sustained attentiveness or intangible rational. Per se, distinctive trainer or mentor need to routine above training to boost prowess of theory imparted.
I want you all to picture a little boy and girl growing up with a disease that they were born with, unable to control. The children must suffer each day without medication and without ways to help ease the pain and suffering. The children must stay at home, unable to play with friends, be successful in school, or even experience a normal childhood. The reason for these issues is that the children cannot see a doctor because their parents cannot afford healthcare. The health care issue is spiraling out of control in the United States.