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    Infant Observation Time and Location Date: February 4‚ 2014 Time: 4:00-6:00 p.m. Location: the living room of the child’s home Developmental Stage The infant observed‚ SG‚ was female and approximately two months old. SG was still in the infancy stage. Physical Development SG spent most of the time the observation was done asleep. When SG was awake though‚ a few experiments were conducted to test her reflexes. SG showed consistent signs of every reflex except the Stepping‚ and Tonic neck

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    Infant Observation

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    Infant Observation On Wednesday‚ April 3rd‚ 2002‚ Lauren an African American‚ dark brown hair‚ brown eyed girl was one of the infants that our class observed. Lauren was born on November 7th 2000 and was a full term baby. Right now Lauren is about 1-½ years old and weighs approximately 32 lbs. Lauren lives with her Mother‚ Father‚ and 2 older brothers. Lauren’s parents take her to a daycare center almost every day with some exceptions. 1. Lauren focused most of her time on different objects such

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    Breastfeeding Infant

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    Elyse McNaughton NUR 2421 November 24‚ 2012 Breastfeeding the Late Preterm Infant The late preterm infant encounters many disadvantages when it comes to breastfeeding and life in general. The late preterm infant is at an increased risk for “airway instability‚ apnea‚ bradycardia‚ excessive sleepiness‚ excessive weight loss‚ dehydration‚ feeding difficulties‚ weak sucking‚ jaundice‚ hypoglycemia‚ hypothermia‚ immature self-regulation‚ respiratory distress‚ sepsis‚ prolonged artificial milk supplementation

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    Infant Depression

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    Infant Depression The evolution of the concept of depression in infancy (0-3 years) is relatively new and follows a path similar to the history of depression in adolescence‚ then in childhood‚ and in preschool years. Doctors predict that 1 in every 40 infants is suffering from depression. Depression is the most frequent psychiatric disorder and has long-term‚ compromising effects on the mother-infant relationship and the child’s development. The infant continuously faces a climate of negative

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    Infant Feeding

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    Infant feeding Introduction The most important thing the mothers used to worry about is how they can provide healthy life for their children. Therefore‚ the appropriate and healthy food is one of the most important things they try to make it available. They usually start that during pregnancy period. After that‚ they begin to think how to feeding their infant and provide all the nutrients that they need. Many mothers around the world depend on feeding their infant by their breast milk while many

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    Calming Infants

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    Calming Infants. Many of the calming techniques suggested in books are things that you may find yourself doing naturally and that your mother‚ grandmother‚ and great-grandmother have done for years before you. They are things that you’ll see veteran mothers doing absent-mindedly any time they’re in the same room with a crying baby...whether they’re holding that crying baby or not. They are actions you may use without even realizing that they’re techniques. Some of these techniques are:

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    Infant Observation

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    On Wednesday‚ July 19th‚ I had a chance to observe carefully an infant for about half an hour in my psychology class at Santa Monica College. The infant‚ Ali Osman is a healthy‚ playfull boy‚ appeared to be of Middle Eastern origin. He is 15.5 months old‚ 32 tall and weighs about 24 lbs with brown curly hair‚ dark brown eyes and fairly tanned skin. 1. There were several kinds of toys like blocks‚ dolls‚ automobiles... in the room. However‚ when he just came in‚ he was immediately drawn to the

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    Infant Observation

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    Infant Observation Assignment For the infant observation‚ I chose a 10 months old baby girl named Riya. Riya is a full term baby with a birth weight of 7lb and 6oz‚ and a height of 19 inches. Her heart rate‚ pulse‚ appearance‚ and activities are normal at the time of birth. Riya is living with her father‚ mother and one elder brother. Her grandparents are here visiting from India. I asked Riya’s parents permission to observe her and they happily agreed for the observation. The mom told

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    Sleep and Infants

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    Question 3 Infants and toddlers in Western cultures are expected to sleep alone and on a regular sleep schedule. Among the Asian’s‚ bedtimes vary and no infant sleeps alone. In your opinion‚ which approach is best for infants and toddlers‚ and why? As we know generally‚ infants and toddlers are the young children who are at the age of birth to 3 years old. Basically‚ these children needs a lot of sleep during these age. Neither in Western culture nor‚ the Asians‚ the children’s bedtime varies because

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    Infant and Rita

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    NARRATOR 1:  In the year 2194‚ in Harare‚ the sprawling capital of Zimbabwe‚ there is a special place called Resthaven. NARRATOR 2:  Surrounded by a huge wall that keeps out the city‚ the people of Resthaven choose to live as Africans lived for thousands of years—in small tribal villages‚ raising their own food‚ and following the ancient traditions. NARRATOR 1:  Into this haven stumble three children of a high government security officer—the boy Tendai‚ his younger sister Rita‚ and their little

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