|What are the 3 categories of Prelinguistic children and their age groups?|| "1. Pre-Intentional infants - 0-8 mos|
2. Pre-linguistic infants - 9-18 mos
3. Older Pre-linguistic children - older than 18 mos"
|Pre-intentional infants are sometimes said to be _________________.||perlocutionary|
|______________ is when the infant's behavior is not intentional.||perlocutionary|
|In the perlocutionary stage, it is up to the adult to:||map meaning/intention onto the baby's action/ vocalizations.|
|When babies express intentions through signals to others, but do not yet use conventional language, their behavior is said to be _______________________.||illocutionary|
|What kind of behavior is it when the child holds up their hands (meaning they want to be picked up).||illocutionary|
|What kind of behavior is it when the baby vocalizes /a/ ,and even though no outcome is intended by the baby when he says /a/, the parent responds back to the child /a/, thus engaging the baby in back and forth responsive turn-taking and stimulation.||perlocutionary|
|How can an older child be in the pre-linguistic stage?||They may have severe cognition/language delays.|
|The IDEA covers children who are what ages?||birth to 5 years|
|The IDEA Provides for testing and educational intervention for children ages:||birth to 2 years of age|
|The IDEA authorized a new Preschool program for children ages:||3-5 (Head Start)|
|The ______________ optimizes the family's capacity to address child's special needs.||IFSP|
|The IFSP is Authorized for children ages:||Birth to 3|
|What are the elements that the IFSP is required by law to include:||"Info about child's current level of development.|
Statement of family's resources & concerns.
Statement of major outcomes expected.
Statement of early intervention services necessary.
List of other services and their funding sources.
Projected dates for initiation of services.
Name & discipline of service coordinator.
Plan for transition to preschool services."
|The ____________ provides comprehensive services to support the family of the child.||IFSP|
|The IFSP includes info about the family's: (3 things)||"Resources, Priorities, Concerns"|
|IEP stands for:||Individual Educational Plan|
|This program is used exclusively for educational programming for the school-aged child:||IEP|
|Who is the ultimate decision-maker for the prelinguistic child's therapy?||the family|
|In family centered practice, you should use a ___________________________ approach.||strengths based|
|In family centered practice you should _______________ and ________________ the family, and encourage them to participate.||understand and accept|
|Name things you should do in a family centered practice:|| "Provide Choices to the family. |
Respond Quickly to the family's needs.
Provide opportunities for family to share & participate.
Provide services that are convenient for the family.
Consider needs/priorities/preferences/routines of family.
Make the info easy to understand."
|Name 3 types of Prenatal risk factors:|| "1. Maternal exposure to harmful substances|
2. Perinatal infections
3. Ototoxic drugs - can cause hearing loss"
|Name 2 types of substances harmful to the prenatal infant:|| "1. alcohol (fetal alcohol syndrome)|
2. environmental toxins (lead, mercury)"
|Name 5 types of harmful perinatal infections:|| "Cytomegalovirus (CMV), |
Rubella, German Measles, Sexually transmitted diseases (STD's) and Herpes Syphilis.
|Name some of the problems associated with premature birth:||Problems: cardiac & pulmonary, nutritional, cognitive, hearing, etc.|
|How do you figure Corrected Gestational Age (CGA)?||During the first year of life, subtract the # of weeks premature from the chronological age -- use this for measures of physical development.|
|How do you figure Adjusted Age?||During the first two years of life, adjust age to the Corrected gestational Age when doing comparisons on standardized and criterion referenced assessments -- cognitive and language.|
|What is considered a very low birth weight?||Less than 1,500 g (3 ½ pounds)|
|What are the 3 types of GENETIC / CONGENITAL DISORDERS?|| "1. Craniofacial disorders|
|Name 7 types of craniofacial disorders:||"Cleft lip/palate, Submucous cleft, Bifid or missing uvula, Micrognathia - small or retracted jaw, Abnormal pinna - outer ear, Dysmorphic appearance, Hydrocephalus - water on the brain".|
|Syndromes are usually ____________ in nature and _________________ is the most common.||chromosomal, Downs syndrome|
|Noisy NICU's can cause this:||hearing problems|
|It is important to identify __________ loss as soon as possible.||hearing|
|What are 5 risks that might be identified after the newborn period?||Hearing, Autism, SLI, mental retardation, abuse|
|What are the 2 types of hearing loss?||conductive or sensorineural|