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mental health quiz 2

developmental stages goals

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Infancy and early childhood (birth to 5) foster normal development in sensorimotor, cognitive, and psychosocial skills
Later childhood (6-12) increase trust and social relatedness; develop cooperation; improve self-esteem and self-awareness; enhance self-control; develop body awareness and sensorimotor skills; improve coordination, perceptual skills, and cognitive abilities
Adolescence develop self-esteem and self-identity skills; develop occupational choice; develop sensorimotor skills, especially body image; acquire pre-vocational and leisure behaviors; aquire a sense of internal control and direction
Early adulthood develop self-awareness and self-responsibility; identify personal goals
Middle adulthood improving and maintaining ADLs; providing opportunities for productive work in a sheltered environment; identifying and resolving issues
Late adulthood and aging maintain or achieve a feeling of competency or self-reliance; prevent further deterioration of functioning; develop hobbies and social involvement
Created by: mejasha