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For the given scenario below, what type of Individual Care Plan should one give to the child below for her daily activities? Given Scenario:“Linda... |

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As an 18 month old child, I think the unpredictability is common with bright children because they are interested in everything.  If she is using sign language or verbal language to communicate, you should be able to use her skills to help you figure her out.  From what you have in the scenario, I would set up several things to help her.  One, any transition will require advance warning as she seems to need time to do things like eating or getting ready for a nap.  Abrupt changes would be hard.  Anything which requires her to be still while she is dressed or diapered would require either two people, or removing her to an area where the distractions are minimized.  To help her figure out the schedule, again I would use advance warning with maybe a countdown from five minutes to one and then begin the activity.  She will need structure and consistency and her language skills will help her and you with providing that.  She may need a color coded or picture chart so that she can see what comes next in her day with you interpreting and talking about what the color or picture means.  Her attraction to a grandfather figure may suggest an intense need for attention, so I would watch the parents' interaction with her.  If there isn't much physical affection for a child so young, maybe that could be part of the communication with parents.

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