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The DDST is a wonderful way to be able to see where a child measures in the norms of other children on the developmental scale. Her age calculation according to the Denver II guidelines is seven months and twelve days old.
She was not born prematurely; therefore no adjustments to the calculations are necessary. Shown below is the age calculation:. When she is placed on her back and smiled at she gets the biggest smile, passing the smile responsively test. She also smiles spontaneously without being touched, sounds being made, or without someone else smiling first. Jordyn was caught staring at her hands momentarily for several seconds before her attention was distracted with something else in the room, passing the regard own hand test.
Her favorite toy was then placed in front of her, just out of immediate reach. Upon seeing this she reached out for the doll, attempting to grab the doll and bring it into her.
She also does great with finger foods and crackers. When crackers are placed in front of her Jordyn immediately grabs them and starts to eat the food. Her mother stated that this milestone was accomplished just before six months. During the Play Pat — a — Cake section she seemed like she wanted to play, however, she did not play or attempt to. When her mother was asked whether Jordyn played any clapping games, it was reported that she does not.
Next was the Indicate Wants test, this one Jordyn indicates what she wants but it is through crying that it is known she wants something. When leaving after spending the afternoon with Jordyn and Cassandra upon waving to Jordyn and saying bye — bye she just smiled and got giddy but no attempt to wave was made. Cassandra also commented that her daughter was not waving goodbye to people just yet. Having three consecutive failures in a section we moved to testing Jordyn in the Fine Motor — Adaptive section.
Following to Midline, Past Midline and degrees all were passed by Jordyn. It took a little time since she kept getting distracted, so the test would be stopped in order to get her focus back on the string. Her grasp is strong especially when a rattle is allowed to be in her hands.
A rattle was touched to the tips of her fingers, upon feeling this she grabbed the rattle and held on for several moments. According to her mother Jordyn was able to accomplish this at three months of age. When Jordyn was placed on her back without her mother holding her she would bring her hands together at her mouth. Another test that was performed to test her development in the fine motor adaptation was placing a raisin on the table and seeing if Jordyn would clearly look at the object.
She clearly looked at the raisin for several minutes, when the raisin was picked up and moved closer to her, Jordyn picked up the raisin using a raking motion.
This raking motion uses the whole hand to pick an object up. She also looked for the red yarn that was dropped in front of her.
Another test that was performed was Pass Cube, this test in order to pass the child had to pass a block form one hand to the other. In passing the block the child is not allowed to use his body, mouth, or the table that is there.
Jordyn at first was unsure of what to do with the block, but after presenting a second block to that same hand she transferred the first block in order to obtain the second block.
When two blocks were placed in front of her, she picked up both blocks. It took a lot of encouragement to get her to attempt this, but she did so after a while. She was able to pass all of these tests until the Thumb ddet Finger Grasp was attempted, she can pick ddts the raisin. However, Jordyn can still only pick up the raisin through a raking phase.
Upon testing her on banging the two cubes together, she failed. Jordyn is able to bang the pots or lids that her mom places in front of her but not the small objects that are presented. She is still not able to place a block in the cup, even after her mother demonstrated for Jordyn. After having these three consecutive fails we attempted the Language fofmat of the Denver II Screening. Jordyn is quite the talker as soon people were present she started verbalizing, oohing, and aahing.
The oohing and aahing started when she was about three to four weeks old. She was constantly laughing or squealing throughout the afternoon. Her mother states that: She also responded by turning to the sound of her name being called out softly behind her head. She speaks single syllables and imitates speech sounds. She imitated kissing sounds that her mother was vormat towards her. While being present and testing Jordyn she never said mama or dada.
When Cassandra was asked if she says either name it was reported that Jordyn says both. She is also able to combine her syllables as reported by her mother.
She is also the queen of jibberish. While her parents and I were speaking she was having her formzt own conversation with herself, but no words were distinguishable with her.
Listening to Jordyn speak her jibberish she passed the Jabbers test. During the test she never spoke the words mama or dad but when Cassandra was asked if she used the words specifically with them Cassandra stated that her daughter does.
As of right now Jordyn is not able to speak actual words other than mama and dada, therefore she failed the next three blocks of the test. She has equal movements in her rormat when placed on her back. She also is capable of lifting her from a flat surface through to 90 degrees. Her mother states that she was starting to lift her head to 90 degrees at three months of age.
When she is placed in a sitting positions her head is able to stay upright and steady. In a standing position when her hands are held loosely allowing her weight to be placed on her legs and feet Jordyn is able to hold her weight.
Further more when Jordyn is placed lying on her stomach she lifts her head and chest off of the floor with her arms. During the testing it was seen that Jordyn is able to roll from her back to stomach. Upon placing Jordyn on her back, grasping her hands and gently pulling her upward to sit, no head lag was present. This was accomplished at five months of age for Jordyn. She also had no problem with sitting on her own with no support for approximately eight seconds.
While she was in a sitting position she had her hands placed on her legs for support until she was placed in a standing position. For this standing position she used a chair to help steady herself and was able to hold this position for just over five seconds. Upon placing a toy on a chair in front of Jordyn she was unable to pull herself to a standing position to obtain the toy. Having failed this she then failed the Get to Sitting position and Stand — 2 seconds test as seen and stated by her mother.
It was a single story house off of 42 nd Street and Thunderbird.
Located in a residential area, the home has a pool and decent size yard for Jordyn to play in. The pool has a formzt fence surrounding it and she is never allowed to be outside unless an adult is present. In this room was a twin size bed on which the testing was performed. Those who were in the room during the testing included: Jamie auntCassandra, and the tester. Some of the distractions that affected the testing were the presence of the family dog, fan, and the child being an infant with a short attention span.
All of these made the test duration longer, however, these distractions did not inhibit the testing or its results. The formag of this Denver II Screening show that Jordyn is within the normal and appropriate developmental growth for her age Archer et al, Jordyn was able to pass all of the blocks on the left side of her vertical growth line. This exact line is set at seven months and twelve days old, can be seen at Appendix A.
All the blocks to the left of the vertical line are skills that Jordyn should be able ddet pass at her age. The skills to the right are skills that her mother should anticipate her achieving in the next couple of months to years. Having not failed any of the tasks to rormat left of her age line, Jordyn is growing developmentally appropriately for her age group Archer, et al She is continuing to grow, becoming more curious about her surroundings and testing her limitations.
All of these results were explained to Flrmat, the mother. Explaining that Jordyn is growing and developing at an age appropriate level based off of the DDST results and its previous research data. Cassandra was curious about the blocks to the right of the vertical age line. It was explained to her that the DDST itself is a test that ranges for children starting formatt one month old and goes through to six years old.
The tasks that are to the right of her age line are for children who are older than the seven-month-old marker. These tasks are much more of a challenge and not appropriate for her age as of now. Once this was explained to Cassandra she was much happier, stating that she had been worried that Jordyn was not developmentally where she needed to be for her age.
Seeing that Jordyn passed the Denver II Screen with no problems, there are no apparent concerns for her development. Cassandra should be anticipating Jordyn ddst and standing on her own soon. With these new steps in growth Cassandra should start enforcing safety measures that will reduce the likely hood of Jordyn becoming injured.
These safety measures can be, child proof locks on cupboards and toilets, storing chemicals and medications out foormat reach for Jordyn, door locks sdst place, doggy doors shut, small objects removed from the floor or out of her reach, and ensure that appliances that can be pulled of the shelf are out of reach or put away.