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OT pediatrics

child development

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changing expectations as child gets older expectations for performance change rehabilitative goal for restoring habilitation- for developing new skills prevention therapist should know present and future expectations (blank)
level of independance expected expectations for independance gradually increase with age first independant from parents- terrible 2s (No!) ability to independantly follow through with occup performance ability to be responsible for own actions (last and may not happen) establish financial independance emotional dependance changes also
recovery from brain or body trauma cns has basic maturity around age 8 children have more neuroplasticity children's bones heal quicker (blank) (blank) (blank)
safety awareness children not so aware of cause and effect (blank) (blank) (blank) (blank) (blank)
size small size makes person easy to maneuver also may cause problem with misjudging body mechanics physical env needs to be adjusted for child (blank) (blank) (blank)
motor development level children master motor skills as they grow adult with trauma may be able to remeber skills...but child has not yet learned so can't fall back on it (blank) (blank) (blank) (blank)
refinement of movement isolated skills shows development beyond the programmed motor developmental milestones this ability is first to be lost or fail to develop when a person has an orthopedic or neurological disorder physical interaction with invironment is cruder before this is developed (blank) (blank) (blank)
concrete children interpret the world in the here and now and not ready for complex abstract concepts ex- make a bubble with bunny (blank) (blank) (blank) (blank)
problem solving ability early development of problem solving is based on trial and error at first child uses physical problem solving cognitive problem solving involves abstraction of concepts, manip of ideas and backgroud of previous prob solviong (blank) (blank) (blank)
memory memory grows with age and assoc with intelligence children have more difficulty with tasks requiring many steps (blank) (blank) (blank) (blank)
pleasure principal as motivator egocentric children are driven by the need to satisfy "want" immediately child who cant control in maturation later may be delinquent and maladjusted (blank) (blank) (blank)
self-esteem develops self esteem based on ability to move well need emotional suport f significant others need to know its ok to fail ( think they can do anything) (blank) (blank) (blank)
level of social interaction say it "the way it is" egocentric may not allow for group participation or cooperation gradually develop the ability to see the world through others eyes (blank) (blank) (blank)
communication ability children are very perceptive to body language difficult with verbal communication (blank) (blank) (blank) (blank)
role role of worker begins as child developspre voc skills through play and chores relationship-child has subservient role (blank) (blank) (blank) (blank)
influence of peer group most sig in teen years (blank) (blank) (blank) (blank) (blank)
response to disability in oneself response of society designates disability as they become old enough to recognize differentness (blank) (blank) (blank) (blank) (blank)
Created by: natkat on 2005-03-20



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