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  • 1. CHILD’S HISTORY Background Information  Name: Merlyn G. Alaba  Nickname: Bebie  Date of Birth: April 11, 2000  Age: 8 yrs. Old  Gender: Female  Address: Zone 8, Suntingon, Bugo, Cagayan de Oro  Referred by: Mae Abellanosa  Working Impression: Child with Cerebral Palsy (According to the Sped Teacher)  Date of Assessment: Sept 19, 2008  Name of Parents: Mr. Elmer Alaba & Mrs. Angeline Gloria-Alaba  Source/Respondent: Mrs. Cerila Alaba, 69 y.o.  Relation to the child: Grandmother  Evaluator: Valledor, Alyn Mae N. 1
  • 2. Health History Bebie was born a normal child. She doesn’t have any illness or allergies during childbirth. The only difference with her was she doesn’t know how to suck milk from her mother’s breast. She has gone to the hospital for medical check-up only once but she had never been hospitalized for any other illness aside from her condition right now. Her family noticed that she has a disability when she was 4 yrs. Old. They noticed the Bebie has a hard time in walking uprightly and can’t speak clearly unlike the normal child at her age. She was 5 yrs. Old then when she started to walk. She was first exposed to school when she was 6 yrs. Old at Leliani Foundation, Gusa, CDO. At present, she is enrolled at Bugo Day Care Center enjoying some special services given by the school. The school provides basic education for Bebie such as teaching her how to read, write letters and numbers, identify colors, shapes, and etc. the school also helps Bebie’s social development through the games they play. Bebie sleeps at around 8:00 pm and wakes up at around 5:00 am. Before she sleeps at night, she urinates first. She doesn’t practice any afternoon nap but she sleeps straight during night. She already knew how to eat independently. Because of her condition, it takes her more time to finish eating her meals. She eats her meals whenever the food is already available. She already knew how to urinate alone, to take a bath and how to dispose her waste but still not capable of washing after disposing. Her main medical concern is her way of walking. She has hard time in walking uprightly because there are abnormalities in the muscles and bones of her lower extremities. This is because she has a cerebral palsy. 2
  • 3. Home Environment Bebie’s family is composed of 6 members excluding her brother. She and her brother were being left to the care of their grandmother. She is the 2nd child. Her older sibling died at the age of 6 months old. Her younger brother is with her mother. Her primary caregiver is her grandmother, which took every possible way just to take care of her. She is closer to her father and to her brother. Her grandmother is closest to her because her grandmother is her primary caregiver. Her family accepted her in their family despite her condition. Her grandmother and her father were treating her as a blessing in the family. She always imitates what the other family members are doing. Imitating things like folding clothes, preparing meals, washing dirty clothes and hanging washed clothes in the clothesline. Her grandmother wants her to be educated so that despite her disability/condition, she will know the things needed in her life. Their house is located along the foot of a mountain at Bugo. Trees surround it and the air is fresh. The neighborhood of Bebie is warm and friendly. They don’t tease Her for her condition. The father of Bebie is a laborer and her grandmother is just a housewife. 3
  • 4. Educational History The child was first exposed to Leliani Foundation at Gusa, Cagayan de Oro City. She was 6 yrs. Old when she entered school. She spent two years at the foundation. She is currently enrolled at Bugo Day Care Center located at Bugo Barangay Hall. Her classes starts at 1:00 pm and ends at 2:30 pm every Tuesday and Thursday. The said day care center is exclusive only for children with disability and that who needs special attention. Merlyn does many things in school like playing with her classmates, learning to count numbers, writing and reciting the alphabet, singing songs and action songs and many others. Merlyn was also taught how to write numbers and letters, and how to write her own name. Merlyn learned counting numbers and determining some letters of the alphabet. She also learned to recognize the different colors and shapes of objects. The only exercise that was done to develop her speech was saying orally the letters of the alphabet and saying few simple words. Merlyn is very friendly to her classmates. She doesn’t hesitate in plating with them and chatting with them even if she has having a hard time in talking well. Her classmates are very nice to her, also with her teacher. Her teacher is very patient, kind and friendly to her. 4
  • 5. DEVELOPMENTAL ASSESSMENT Work Behavior Merlyn learns to: Merlyn needs to learn: * Respond when her name is called * neatness of work and work area * She can look at people straight in the * safety: avoidance of common eye dangers like crossing the street and * She knows how to imitate what others holding sharp objects are doing like preparing plates during * impulse control like salivating meal and washing clothes * She complies to oral instructions like when ask to sit down, eat her meal or keep silent Basic Play Skills Merlyn learns to: Merlyn needs to learn: * Push and turn toys like small cars and * pull toys on its tails or arms and small Barbie dolls put it back * Sharing: give and take turns at play * opening or closing of doors with her playmates * carries toys from place to place like transferring her doll to other table/chair * sits along for 5 minutes or more during play * imitates gestures from songs at school during their singing of action songs 5
  • 6. Skills for Playing Alone Merlyn learns to: Merlyn needs to learn: * cut and paste pictures * scooping water/beads * color flowers and animals * completing puzzles appropriately (like yellow for flower and brown for animal) * match colors/shapes/pictures Skills for Playing with others Merlyn learns to: * throw a ball within 3 feet or more * hit a ball * sings with other children Physical Merlyn has: * Physical limitations (she ha difficulty in walking straight, grasping objects and writing) * structural deformities (structural form of her legs) 6
  • 7. Gross Motor Merlyn learns to: Merlyn needs to learn: * sit in a small chair suited for her * coordinate and balance for going and stand up and down the stairs well * crawl in the floor and walk * coordinate and balance for * coordinate and balance for going transferring well up and down the stairs *coordinate and balance for transferring from one place to another Fine Motor Merlyn learns to: Merlyn needs to learn: * push objects * lacing her shoe lace * tear papers * twisting the cap of her water * cutting of paper and pasting it container * turning and holding toys/objects * pulling objects * turning papers of a book * wiping surfaces efficiently like * carrying books and magazines surface of the table * inserting objects into a pegboard, * stringing objects from board, etc. * transferring objects from one place to another 7
  • 8. Communication 1. Vocabulary: Merlyn learns to: Merlyn needs to learn: * identify body parts like eyes, nose * identify other letters like “Q” and or ears “S” and other words/letters * identify common objects like ball chair or pen * identify shapes like triangle, square, circle and colors like yellow, black, green, red, white and blue * identify quantities like small and many * identify letters like “a”, “b”, “c”, “d” and other letters but not all 2. Speech: Merlyn needs to learn: * pronounce the words correctly * produce sounds * speak efficiently 3. Language Merlyn needs to learn: * proper usage of language 8
  • 9. Social Skills Merlyn learns to: Merlyn needs to learn: * make friends with other children * deal with her feelings like when * survive in a classroom setting she’s angry or when she’s not with classmates that have also feeling well disability * deal with stress Self-Care and Living Skills 1. Sleeping Pattern * Merlyn sleeps from 8 pm to 5 am 2. Skills for eating Merlyn learns to: Merlyn needs to learn: * drink from a cup/glass with both * eat with a fork hands * eat with a spoon 3. Skills for Grooming Merlyn learns to: Merlyn needs to learn: * dry hands after washing * brush/comb her hair * wash hands after toileting and * trim her finger/toe nails after eating * brush teeth after eating * wash face after waking up from sleep * dry her body after bathing * wash her body when bathing * wash her hair in front portion only 9
  • 10. 4. Skills for going to the toilet Merlyn learns to: * recognize the urge to go to the toilet * able to wait to eliminate * enters the bathroom alone 5. Skills for using the toilet Merlyn learns to: Merlyn needs to learn: * pull her pant down * wash/clean up after eliminating * sit on the toilet * eliminate in the toilet * pull her pants back up * flush the toilet * wash her hands after eliminating * dry her hands after eliminating 6. Skills for dressing Merlyn learns to: Merlyn needs to learn: * remove her pants * button her shirt/blouse * put on he pants * tie her shoe laces * put on her socks * put on her shirt * put on her shoes * zip up zippers * hang her clothes 1
  • 11. 7. Advance skills for dressing Merlyn learns to: * sort dirty and clean clothes * fold and hang clothes * wear clothes that are clean and pressed * select clothes that are fit/match * select clothes appropriate to age and occasion 8. Other Skills Merlyn learns to: Merlyn needs to learn: * make and change a bed * cross the street alone along * sweep the floor their neighborhood only * prepare things for going out Grooming and Hygiene Merlyn learns to: Merlyn needs to learn: * use a mirror to spot/check * wipe food/dirt off her clothes appearance * use a handkerchief Health care Merlyn learns to: Merlyn needs to learn: * get enough sleep * eat a balance diet like drinking milk * exercise regularly through walking and eating vitamin-containing food such as vegetables 1
  • 12. Home-Care Skills Cleaning Merlyn learns to: * put unnecessary things away * put out trash * sweep the floor and dust the window Laundry Merlyn learns to: * separate clean from dirty clothes * wash her handkerchief by hand * hang items on a clothesline * folds clothes Information skills 1. Using a Telephone Merlyn learns to: * answers the phone 2. Money skills Merlyn learns to: * Identify P1.00 coin and P20.00 bill 1
  • 13. ACADEMIC ASSESSMENT Work Behavior Merlyn is: Merlyn needs to learn: * curious and eager to learn * control her temper when someone * respects adults authority prohibits her from doing something * follows rules and routines that is not good * attends class regularly * patient that she waits for her turn * works independently * concentrates on a task * perseveres even when having difficulties Communication Merlyn can: Merlyn needs to learn; * communicate with her needs * communicates her feelings and * answers easy questions thoughts * converse/talk with other children * speaks clearly and coherently and adults * repeat nursery rhymes Pre-reading Merlyn can: Merlyn needs to learn: * enjoy listening to stories * identify uppercase letters * look at picture books * identify lowercase letters * recite the alphabet (not all) * recite the alphabet completely 1
  • 14. Word Recognition Merlyn needs to: * produce letter sounds/phonemes Vocabulary Building Merlyn can: Merlyn needs to: * identify objects/pictures of animals * describe details in pictures and common objects * name objects found in different places Reading Comprehension Merlyn needs to learn: * follow a set of instructions Paper-Pencil Tasks Merlyn learns to: Merlyn needs to learn: * imitates strokes * write her name * trace letters and numbers * write letters of the alphabet * scribbles * write numbers from 1 to 20 * mark paper to indicate answers: encircle, match and color * grasps writing tools Handwriting Merlyn learns to: Merlyn needs to learn: * write using her right hand * improve her writing skills like the proper way of holding the pencil 1
  • 15. Written Expression Merlyn need s to learn: * write simple letters Pre-Math Merlyn learns to: Merlyn needs to learn: * match/sort object by color * match/sort object by size * match/sort object by shape * match/sort object by length * identifies color * identifies shapes * determines which doesn’t belong in the group Merlyn learn to discriminate bet. : Merlyn needs to disc. Bet. : * up-down * all-none * empty-full * near-far * big-small * long-short * same-different * in-out Number Sense and Computations Merlyn learns to: Merlyn needs to learn: * counts from 1 to 20 * write numerals * traces/copies numerals * perform simple addition * perform simple subtraction 1
  • 16. Measurement Merlyn learns to: Merlyn needs to learn: * name the days of the week * tell time 3. Money Merlyn learns to: Merlyn needs to learn: * use money to buy things * compute for change 1
  • 17. RECOMMENDATIONS Summative Evaluation Merlyn was born normal. She doesn’t have any illnesses or allergies during childbirth. Her family noticed that she has a disability when she was 4 yrs. Old. She started walking when she was 5 yrs. Old but she was having difficulty in walking straight. She was first exposed to school when she was 6 yrs. Old at Leliani Foundation, Gusa, Cagayan de Oro City. Merlyn’s educational concern is to continue attending classes at the Day Care Center. She needs to improve her fine motor skills and the quality of her speech. She cannot write well and she cannot speak well. According to the sped teacher, a physician diagnosed Merlyn to have a cerebral palsy. 1
  • 18. Placement Options Teaching objectives of the teacher must be based on her needs. That is, Merlyn should be able to write her name, she must be able to say words clearly, and she must also be able to improve her fine motor skills. The learning environment of Merlyn should be conducive for special children to learn. Since the classroom where Merlyn is currently studying is not really for special children, it is recommended that they must be given a separate classroom exclusive only for special children. The classroom should consist of educational/instructional materials suitable for special children and with their disabilities. The class size should compose of less than ten students, one sped teacher and one shadow teacher. There should be a resource room available in the school. This resource room is important because it is where the child will be place whenever s/he is having tantrums. There should be one shadow teacher to support the sped teacher in handling the class. In a class, there should be follow-up activities for each lesson. 1
  • 19. Specific Recommendations Behavior Merlyn should practice neatness of work and work area. She needs to learn to comply to oral instructions and needs to complete a task before beginning another. Giving her instructions step by step can do this. Physical/Motor Merlyn should develop her fine motor skills as writing, lacing, folding and pulling. In her gross motor skills, she needs to improve her coordination and balance for going up and down the stairs and her coordination and balance for transferring. Merlyn should do physical exercises for her to execute those things. Exercises like arm and finger exercise, knee bending and walking in place can be done. Communication/Social Merlyn should know how to communicate feelings and thoughts. She should also know how to speak clearly and coherently. Speech therapists could be of great help to Merlyn but since the family cant afford to hire such therapists because of financial problems, her teacher could be a good substitute for it. Since her teacher is a sped teacher, she probably has some background information about children with speech problems. Cognitive/Readiness Merlyn should learn how to arrange items/ objects in series and to imitate patterns. She should learn how to read simple words. This could be achieved by giving her activities that could enhance cognitive skills. The teacher should also be aware of the activities she will give to Merlyn that will suit to Merlyn’s Problem. 1
  • 20. Self-care Merlyn should learn how to eat using fork. She also need to learn how to brush/comb her hair and how to trim finger/toe nails. Merlyn should also learn how to wash after eliminating, how to button her shirt/blouse and to tie laces of shoes. These things could be achieved by teaching her, in a step-by-step manner, the proper way of doing those things. The teacher and the family should have coordination so that the things Merlyn learned at school will be extended to their house. Teamwork Strategies The individuals that are accountable for the development of Merlyn are the sped teachers, parents, speech therapists, physical therapists and community members. Since the family can’t afford to have the speech therapists and physical therapists to help Merlyn, it is possible that the Sped teachers and the parents will work coordinately to help in the development of Merlyn. Conclusion With all these recommendations, I hope to see Merlyn writing her name independently. I hope to see her walking straight and having balance in going up and down the stairs. I also hope to hear her speaking clearly and coherently. Lastly, I hope to see her attending a regular class and graduate in any vocational course and be productive in the future. 2