Age Appropriate Health Maintenance Screening and Associated Tools

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Assignment: Age Appropriate Health Maintenance Screening and Associated Tools

This Assignment includes ten different pediatric cases that require further evaluation with a developmental testing tool. Selecting the correct tool is vitally important in getting accurate data that promotes early identification and intervention. A template is available to you as an Excel spreadsheet in Course Documents, and is specifically designed for this Assignment.

After you have selected the standardized developmental testing tool that is appropriate for each of the following cases, address the following:

  • Does the tool measure the domain(s) of concern?
  • Is the tool “age appropriate?”
  • Does the tool address cultural considerations?
  • Who is to administer the test?
  • Is the reliability and validity of the tool acceptable? How did you assess these measurements?
  • How much time is involved in using the tool?
  • Is the language of the tool applicable to the patient and family?

Use template attached.

Sheet1

Pediatric CaseSelected testing tool (cite source)What domains are Measured?Suitable age groups?Is culture addressed?Who should administer this test?What is the reliability and validity?How much time is involved to administer the test?Is it available in other languages?How are results interpreted?
1. A two-month-old child that does not respond to loud noises
A four-month-old child that does follow movement with his eyes
A six-month-old child that does not return affection to caregiver
A nine-month-old child that does not respond to her names
A one-year-old who is unable to crawl
A two-year-old who is unable to follow simple directions
A three-year-old who is unable to walk up stairs
A four-year-old Spanish-speaking child who knows only approximately 20 words.  Family is from Cuba and is non-English speaking.
A five-year-old who is unable to focus on one activity for more than five minutes; easily distracted
A seven-year-old who was very sociable and interactive with peers at six years old is now isolative does not show interest in interacting with others

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