Unit 411 Case Study In Early Childhood Education

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I would act as I do with most things, proactively. I am going to assume the diagnosis(es) were arrived at through a thorough and collective process of gathering information from several sources, including doctors, schools and myself or any other caregivers involved with the child. That my child's behavior and or learning issues will have been compared to other children the same age and that rating scales have been used to identify and document these "behaviors". That available intelligence tests were administered to evaluate IQ and potentials for learning. I would need to be assured that my child had had a complete and thorough physical exam, including, hearing and vision tests to exclude any underlying somatic issues. Additionally, …show more content…
Specifically, when addressing intellectual disabilities, a plethora of training options are available, language training, socialization training, self-care skills training and academic skills training would all be potential tools to deal with singular and comorbid disorders. (Pg. 411- 412) Moreover, I would understand that I was part of a problem solving, collaborative team. A team comprised of my child, myself/spouse, physicians, mental health practitioners and educators. I would understand that a good working consensus would be paramount to the success and potential of my child's outcome. That educating family, friends and neighbors to marginalize or eliminate stigma, fears and ignorance would be of the utmost importance. Lastly, I would never cease to see my child's potential and to treat them as a whole complex living being rather than a series of clinical

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