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Peds test 1

212: pediatrics

Pediatrics is adapting your ____ to age and developmental stage. Age does not mean ____ ____ treatment, developmental stage
Pediatric patients grow up to be adults. Many forms of treatment for ______ impaired adults are based on principles of _____ progression neurologically, developmental
___ of a persons genes go to brain development half
at birth, a child has 100 billion neurons but most of them are ____ unconnected (synapses)
how many synapses does a child have at age 5? 1500 trillion
at what age does major pruning of synapses begin (reducing the synapses to 500 trillion) age 10-14
settings for pediatrics - Home, school, outpatient, daycare, hospitals, other
Unidisciplinary an individual discipline providing services in isolation from other disciplines (not really a team)
Intradisciplinary members of the same discipline/profession working together but without significant communication with other disciplines/profession
Multidisciplinary disciplines/professionals working independently but recognizing the value of other disciplines, draw on knowledge of other disciplines
interdisciplinary individuals from different disciplines working cooperatively to evaluate and develop programs. Emphasis is on teamwork and role definitions are relaxed.
transdisciplinary team members work together, role release occurs when a team member assumes the responsibilities of other disciplines
collaborative team all team members work together in equal participation, interdisciplinary model is combined with integrated service delivery model
direct service delivery therapist is the primary service provider
integrated service delivery therapist provides direct service as well as consults with others that care of the child
consultative service delivery all personnel except the therapist implements the activities and interventions
Monitoring model of service delivery therapist checks in on child and with others for status, progress
collaborative model of service delivery combination of interdisciplinary team interaction with integrated service delivery
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