SigAssignment: Young child
SigAssignment: Young child
context and environment
asking for help from family to help around the house. not able to do some of the things after priority for the women for the first three months is the baby andeventy9ing else is secondary.
2-2 1/2 years of age Cronin 252
Gross motor skills: Walks up the stairs using reciprocal movemes independently although may still need help with going down stairs
able to walk backward stands on toes , stands on one foot for a few seconds
2.5 - 3
walk on a line with one foot in from to the other, walks on tip toes, staysononefootfortwotothreehops,staysononefootfortwotothreehop,pedalstricycle
4 - 4.5
able to climb up a ladder to the slide and slide down, can stand on one foot for up to 10 seconds, able to hop on one foot five time
4.5 - 5
beginning to learn to pump the swing , running in controlled; can start stop and turn while remains balanced, walks on tip toe, gallops and skips.
brain development, increases sensory development, fine motor, affective and cognitive functions . Cronin 251
Increased myelination occurs int eh brain so that they can process information much faster. Cronin 251
Lateralization of the hemispheres. This means that the left side of the brain is developing faster than the right side of the brain and the brain is able to specialize in certain functions
body mass index: body is developing and they are growing. Cronin 251
Things could probably break easier because they are bigger and are getting heavier, so if they re playing in side of the house. May have to try to develop an outdoor activity that will allow the child to move around outside instead on inside.
Crawling and walking requires that they child has a safe place to move around and that they are not going to crawl off stairs.
will have to baby proof the house to make sure that they are not able to get into the areas where the child can hurt themselves
Gates to block the gate or the pool
able to grasp objects Cronin 213
therefore parents will need to make sure there is nothing around that the child can put in their mouth potentially choke on them.
Lateral grasp 215 also called the scissor grasp
radial digital grasp 215 object is held distally in the fingers rather than the palm and children grasp an object with the thumbg, and index, and middle fingers. the activation of the thumb independently of the fingers is a significant feature of infant hand development.
Cronin 215 voluntary release parents will have to clean up the house because children will be picking up and releasing stuff all over the house.
Crawling Cronin 214
Will have to make sure that the child will not crawl down stairs and because they can grasp the parents will need to make sure that they are not able to get into cabinets and get into things that can hurt the child.
Oral development teething 215
Child will put most things in their mouth to alleviate teething. SO parents want to make sure that there is nothing that the child can potentially choke on. especially because they are crawling and grasping things.
help from the spouse
taking the dog out for a walk
grocery is now delieverd.