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Applying developmental theory based on Erickson, Piaget, or Kohlberg, explain how you would developmentally assess the child

Applying developmental theory based on Erickson, Piaget, or Kohlberg, explain how you would developmentally assess the child

Assessment of growth and development in children provides healthcare providers, parents, and teachers with vital information regarding the different growth components, including cognitive, motor, language and learning, and socioemotional elements. Assessment of children is essential because it can help identify behavior and learning issues that might require special interventions  (Lally & Valentine, 2021). Children have different needs depending on theirage; thus, it is necessary to use growth and development milestones for appropriate age when conducting the pediatric assessment. The purpose of this paper is to explore assessment techniques used for school-going children of different ages and examine the growth and developmental stage of a five-year-old in respect of Erikson’s stages of development.

Physical Assessments among School-Aged Children

The physical examination approach is the same for all school-going children, 5-12 years old. It startswith taking vital signs, weight, height, and a head-to-toe exam. However, different techniques are used for smaller children and the older ones and interactions also vary  with during the physical examination. For smaller children, 5-7 years, non-medical terms should be used to describe the different exams. Additionallythe nurse should engage the child to talk about school activities as she conduct the physical examination  (Lally & Valentine, 2021). When examining older school-going children, the nurse can use medical terms but explain what they mean. For older children, the nurse can engage them in conversation about school performance and challenges rather than activities.Additionally, the nurse should apply modesty when physically examining older kids as they are sensitive to privacy  (Lally & Valentine, 2021). One common strategy a nurse can use for all the school-going children is, being open to answering any questions they might have.

Older children are more attentive, intelligent, and cooperative than younger ones. According to Piaget’s Stages of Development, a five-year-old falls in the preoperational stage (2-7 years) while a 10-year-old belongs to the concrete operational stage (7-11 years). Hence, at ten years, a child has a better understanding, higher cognitive development and intellectual abilities thana six-year-old (Lally & Valentine, 2021). Similarly, when using games and questions to engage a child as a strategy for developing rapport, a nurse will use different approaches for a younger kid and an older one. Older kids from 8 years understand the difference between reality and fiction; thus, a practitioner can use more developed games/stories/trivia to engage with them.

Assessment of 5-year-old Child

My chosen case is a 5-year-old girl, Ellis. Ellis was 3 kg at birth and has had average growth throughout. She has never been hospitalized save the occasional outpatient visits. She has undergone all the recommended immunizations from birth to now. School performance is average, and she relates well socially with friends. According to CDC developmental milestone, at five years, the language/communication developments expected of Ellis include telling a story composed of at least two events, maintaining a back-and-forth conversation, and answering simple questions after reading a story (CDC, 2022). Similarly, the cognitive milestones that Ellis should achieve at age five include counting 1-10 and naming numbers when pointed. Ellis should also recognize letters and write some letters of her name. she should be able to use the time words including evening, yesterday, morning, tomorrow and so on. The movement milestones expected at this stage is hopping on a single foot and buttoning own clothes. Finally, the social/emotional milestone achievements are following rules, singing/dancing/acting, and helping with simple house chores.

Erickson Stages of Development

According to Erikson’s stages of development, Ellis falls in the locomotor stage (3-6 years), described as initiative vs. guilt. During this stage, the child becomes more assertive as they explore the world and their abilities (Chung, 2018).A child who goes through this stage successfully feels independent and secure in their abilities and making decisions. To achieve engagement and cooperation, I would ask Ellis about her friends, whom she likes, and the classmates she feels are mean to her. Additionally, Ellis is more attached to her dolls and imaginary plays at this stage. I will ask her the names of her dolls and her favorite play. The potential findings from the assessment will include a high level of cognitive development and understanding(Galotti, 2018). Another potential finding is either a girl with high confidence or lacks confidence symbolizing the success of the locomotor stage, or lacks confidence because of feelings of guilt. Additionally, another potential finding will be behavioral issues such as antisocial behavior, if present, signalling a possible mental health concern.

Conclusion

Assessment of school-age children is a highly engaging process that requires applying various strategies to gain cooperation depending on the age. For example, a child who is five years has a developed understanding but will still need guidance on answering questions. To engage a child who is five years old and gain cooperation, talking about her friends and favorite plays will do the trick since play and friendship are central to this stage. Erikson’s stages of development place a 5-year-old child in the locomotor stage. Success through this stage leads to the development of purpose, while failure causes a sense of guilt. Finally, cognitive and social/emotional development will potentially be observed through the assessment.

 

References

CDC. (2022, February 7). Important Milestones: Your Child By Five Years. Retrieved from CDC: https://www.cdc.gov/ncbddd/actearly/milestones/milestones-5yr.html

Chung, D. (2018). The Eight Stages of Psychosocial Protective Development: Developmental Psychology. Journal of Behavioral and Brain Science, 8, 369-398. https://doi.10.4236/jbbs.2018.86024.

Galotti, K. M. (2018). Cognitive psychology: In and out of the laboratory. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Lally, M., & Valentine, S. (2021). Cognitive Development in Early Childhood. In M. Lally, & S. Valentine, Lifespan Development: A Psychological Perspective (pp. https://uark.pressbooks.pub/hbse1/chapter/cognitive-development-in-early-childhood_ch_14/). University of Arkansas.

Assessment Description

The needs of the pediatric patient differ depending on age, as do the stages of development and the expected assessment findings for each stage. In a 500-750-word paper, examine the needs of a school-aged child between the ages of 5 and 12 years old and discuss the following:

  1. Compare the physical assessments among school-aged children. Describe how you would modify assessment techniques to match the age and developmental stage of the child.
  2. Choose a child between the ages of 5 and 12 years old. Identify the age of the child and describe the typical developmental stages of children that age.
  3. Applying developmental theory based on Erickson, Piaget, or Kohlberg, explain how you would developmentally assess the child. Include how you would offer explanations during the assessment, strategies you would use to gain cooperation, and potential findings from the assessment.

You are required to cite a minimum of three peer-reviewed sources to complete this assignment. Sources must be published within the last 5 years, appropriate for the assignment criteria, and relevant to nursing practice.

Prepare this assignment according to the guidelines found in the APA Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center. An abstract is not required.

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You are admitting a 19-year old female college student to the hospital for fevers.  Using the patient information provided, choose a culture unfamiliar to you and describe what would be important to remember while you interview this patient. Discuss the health care support systems available in your community for someone of this culture. If no support systems are available in your community, identify a national resource.

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Culture is defined as the way of life of a people. It is also seen as the customs, arts, social institutions, and achievements of a particular nation, people, or other social group. It is important for nurses to consider the cultural beliefs of their patients while rendering care. The cultural needs of patients should be determined immediately the walk through the door. The nurse should be very observant to check if the patient makes eye contact and communicate well during the interview. It is essential we build a trusting relationship with the patient throughout their hospital stay. The nurse should exercise cultural competency which involves the respect of all beliefs, values, and decision-making power of the patient within a different group cultural group than the nurse.

The Arab American culture

The Arab American has a unique culture, and the nurse should remember that when first treating a patient, they should refrain from any excess eye and physical contact (Attum, Haffiz, Malik, 2020). Maintaining privacy is essential and modesty is important. The family should be included in the treatment planning. This female needs to be seen by female health care providers. It is required in this culture that the patient be assessed by medical professional that are of the same gender as the patient (Falkner, 2018). Respecting the cultural diet is paramount. It is the nurses` responsibility to make the patient feel safe and respected (Falkner, 2018).

Health care support system

The language telephone line should be used for patient during the interview if she feels more comfortable using her preferred language. The language line at the facility where I work has just has video option that the nurse can utilize if the patient gives the consent. Spiritual care should be provided. This because prayer and religion are valued among the Arab Americans (Attum, Haffiz, Malik, 2020). The support system is Arab American Family Services which offer support in the areas of public benefits, immigration, domestic violence, mental health, elderly services, and they sponsor outreach programs to build healthier families and communities (AAFS, 2020)

 

 

References

Arab American Family Services (2020). Support for Arab American Families: About Us. Retrieved from http://arabamericanfamilyservices.org/about-us/

Attum, B., Hafiz, S., Malik, A. (2020). Cultural Competence in the Care of Muslim Patients and Their Families. Retrieved from: htts://www.ncbi.nlm.gov/books/NBK499933/

Falkner, A. (2018). Cultural awareness. In Grand Canyon University Ed.). Health promotion: Health & wellness across the continuum. Retrieved from https://lc.gcumedia.com/nrs429vn/health-promotion-health-and-wellness-across-the-continuum/v1.1/#/chapter/3

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I support your view. Patients` culture(s) should be valued as they have an impact on their health outcome. Talk of language, the line of communication should be clear to make sure both the nurse and patient understand each each other. In this journey of nursing I encountered someone who was reluctant to use the translation phone / as often because they thought it was time consuming. In that case so much important information was bound to be missed because of language barrier and the whole point of cultural competence was missed. The patient would lose trust in the nurse and care compromised.

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Hi stanely, I am glad you have chosen the aravbcculure. Allow me add by looking at the muslim culture. To provide culturally appropriate care to Muslim patients, nurses must have a thorough understanding of Islamic principles. As a nurse, it is essential to be aware of the importance of decency and seclusion, the proper use of touch; dietary needs; and drugs.

It is crucial to remember a few factors as a physician or clinician when questioning a Muslim female college student admitted to the hospital for fevers. The importance of humility in his society cannot be overstated. This female patient’s exam should be conducted with a male nurse or doctor, as it is often considered preferable to have others of the same sex in the room. When removing or having clothing withdrawn for an exam, it is necessary to do so in a personal space and notify the patient that the dress will be restored promptly.

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While providing care for a 19-year-old college student with fevers of Buddhist faith, the nurse is aware that Buddhists should be cared for holistically and with sensitivity to their individual needs (ncbi.nlm.nih.gov, 2018). The Buddhist concept of health and disease is holistic, patient-centered care. Health and disease are connected with the economy, education, social and cultural milieu, and ethics or morality. There are usually no specific health practices. The nurse is mindful that a Buddhist practice meditation and focuses on the present moment (thebuddhistsociety.org, (n.d.). This is thought to be effective for a variety of disorders, including stress, anxiety, depression, insomnia, and chronic pain management. A Buddhist has a positive attitude toward healthcare and are willing to seek medical help and advice when sick (thebuddhistsociety.org, (n.d.). They are not opposed to taking medication that are helpful. The Buddhist culture emphasizes the importance of assisting others and alleviating suffering.

There are several Buddhism Health Centers. Each center teaches the philosophy of Buddhism. The centers provide a secure environment in which t investigate Buddhist teachings on wisdom and compassion, which can help alleviate the mental and emotional burden that we contribute to our lives. Each person is to determine if the lessons learned leads to more peace, happiness, and ease in their daily lives.

 

A national resource is The Natural Dharma Fellowship is a Buddhist community dedicated to the joy of awakening, lessons of Buddhism. The center offers retreats and courses about mediation, awareness and awakening.

 

 

References:

 

Kalra S;Priya G;Grewal E;Aye TT;Waraich BK;SweLatt T;Khun T;Phanvarine M;Sutta S;Kaush U;Manilka None;Ruder S;Kalra B; (n.d.). Lessons for the health-care practitioner from buddhism. Indian journal of endocrinology and metabolism. Retrieved from https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/30766824/ 

 

Natural dharma fellowship. Natural Dharma Fellowship. (2022, February 11). Retrieved from https://naturaldharma.org/ 

 

The Buddhist Society: Home. (n.d.). Retrieved from https://thebuddhistsociety.org/ 

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