Identify a healthy child (1 month to 10 years of age) at home or at school. The child should not be related to the student in any way.
You will conduct a developmental and home assessment for a child aged birth to ten years old during home visits.
You can conduct a systematic assessment of school students’ developmental status and identify environmental factors located in the school that are aimed at stimulating their development.
Here are some parameters to consider:
a)date of birth, age, and gender
b)growth parameters – use growth charts that are based on the
Use the Birth to 36 months 3rd-97th percentile forms for children aged 2 years and plot the following on the chart:
head circumference for age weight for length length for age weight for length length for age weight for length length for age weight for length length for age weight for length length for age
For children over the age of two, use the 2-20 years 3rd-97th percentile forms and chart the following:
c)nutritional status stature for age weight for age BMI for age
d)development – keep in mind the various aspects of development.
Who lives in the house, and what are their responsibilities to the child?
What impact do they have on the development of the child?
Is the child cared for outside of the home, and how does this affect the child and his or her family?
f)Evaluation of the home environment or of the school–