Disabilities are categorised in different forms ie learning or physical. There are many different disabilities that can affect childrens developmen.
Learning disabilities which affect development could be:
Autism is a disability which affects how a person relates and communicates with others. Children with autism find it difficult to understand facial expressions or the tone of a voice. They can feel lonely and cut off from society as they avoid social interaction. This could affect their ability to development or interact in social settings or in the classroom.
Dyslexia is a difficulty in learning to read. Children suffering from this may become frustrated …show more content…
-Parents evening, to liaise with caregivers and ensure collaborative approach to meeting curriculum targets is achieved.
Question: Question 9
Answer: to understand the importance of early intervention to support the speech,language and communicaton needs of children and young people. Analyse the importance of early identification of speech, language and communication delays and disorders and the potential risks of late recognition.
Speech, language and communication delays can be caused by many factors, including disorders. It is paramount that any delays are identified early and can be monitored and supported immediately in order to give children every help in meeting their full potential.Late recognition includes an array of risks to both communication development as well as social and emotional development perhaps due to feeling isolated causing low self esteem and confidence issues.
Children who have difficulties in this area may: have problems with taking turns in a conversation or in games. be unable to interpret tone of voice in others. have difficulty interpreting non-verbal communication. have difficulty keeping to the topic of a …show more content…
In particular speech and language therapists usually meet with parents and often come in to school to help the child and liaise with teaching staff. They assess and identify the problem and promote positive outcomes through providing structured plans using everyone involved in the childâ€TMs development to work towards a common goal. Through multi-agency planning and evaluations a childâ€TMs development can be vastly improved.
ADDITIONAL LEARNING SUPPORT
Additional learning support promotes child development through offering information and advice and setting up a range of support for children who are not meeting expected milestones usually because of a medical condition, specific learning difficulty or disability.Support can include providing access arrangements, specialist equipment and software for example aids for children with dyslexia. Some childern come to my ELSA group to help with emotional and friendship. In our group we do role play and use flashcards to help promt some of the children. this is really well recived in my setting and has a good succes rate.
A physiotherapist is usually sought to assess and manage children with movement