Infant Toddler Development Training
Module 4, Lesson 3
1. Toddlers can use their motor skills in all the following ways, except:
2. One of the specific expectations for future research which Bruder (2000) shares in her article, Family-centered early intervention: Clarifying our values in the new Millennium, is the following:
3. Any use of assistive technology requires some type of body action and should be made as easy as possible. In considering this, there are two questions which should be asked according to Susan Attermeier's article appearing in Baby Power: A Guide for Families for Using Assistive Technology with their Infants and Toddlers. The two questions are:
4. Jessicah is 22 months old and has been diagnosed with cerebral palsy. Her primary service provider is an ITDS who works as a member of Jessicah's IFSP team. An occupational therapist and nurse are also on the team. One of the functional outcomes on Jessicah's IFSP is that she will be able to feed herself finger foods in order to participate in family mealtime. Mom realizes this will require increased fine motor stability. Given what you know about Jessicah, the following may be the best option for coaching with mom at this time.
5. Motor play behaviors for a 12 month old child, as suggested by Brain Wonders, include all of the following except