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Human Growth and Development Quiz Three Notes

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Human Growth and Development Quiz Three Notes NURS 1430

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These notes include the information for the third quiz in the class -Toddler (physical, cognitive, etc.)
Human Growth and Development
Dr. Nina Westhus and Janice Palmer
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Toddler, Human Development, development, Quiz 3
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This 3 page Class Notes was uploaded by Aliyah Becker on Sunday January 31, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to NURS 1430 at Saint Louis University taught by Dr. Nina Westhus and Janice Palmer in Fall 2015. Since its upload, it has received 11 views. For similar materials see Human Growth and Development in Nursing and Health Sciences at Saint Louis University.


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Date Created: 01/31/16
Toddler Hand Control   12 – 15 months  o Build a tower of 2 cubes  o Scribble spontaneously o Grasp but rotate spoon; holds cup with both hands o Take off shoes and socks  15 – 18 months o Hammers on pegboard o Stack 3 – 4 blocks o Picks up small items from the floor o Clumsily throws ball o Grasps with both hands o Grabs cords and table cloths  o Takes off easily removed garments   18 – 24 months o Can reach farther than expected including for hazardous objects o Brushes paint, finger paints  o Finger food   24 – 30 months o Stacks 6 blocks o Throws ball overhand o Turns door handle  o Turns book pages o Uses spoon with little spilling; feeds self o Brushes teeth with help o Puts on simple garments   30 – 36 months o Stacks 8 – 10 blocks; builds with blocks o Dresses self completely except tying their shoes o Turns on faucet o Draws, paints  o ½ months = grasp object of moderate size (rattle) Locomotion  12 – 15 months o Walks alone, legs appear bowed o Climbs onto furniture o Few weeks after first birthday; walking fairly well  15 – 18 months o Runs, but still falls o Climbs to get to objects o Falls from riding toys or in bathtub   18 – 24 months o Falls from outdoor play equipment o Walks stairs with help o Kicks ball forward  24 – 30 months o Pushes riding toy with both feet to operate o Runs quickly; falls less o Jumps off floor with both feet   30 – 36 months o Walks with balance, runs well o Jumps from chair o Balances on one foot; walks on tiptoes o Climbs and descends stairs, alternating feet o Sits in booster seat rather than high chair Stairs  12 – 18 months o Climbs steps with help; slide down backwards  15 – 18 months  o Climbs up stairs; bumps down   18 – 24 months o ~21 months = walks down stairs clinging to adult finger o Often over willing to surrender all weight to adult and dangle helplessly   24 – 30 months o Walks up and down stairs holding rail; does not alternate feet  30 – 36 months  o Climbs and descends stairs; alternating feet (36 months)   ~3 years o Climbs a vertical ladder  Not before because of the fear of falling, cannot release grip to  move hands one by one  ­­Toddler = Autonomy vs. Shame and Doubt  Immunizations  Hepatitis B = 6 – 18 months  o 3  dose if not given  DTaP = 15 – 18 months   HIB = > 12 – 15 months   IPV = 6 – 18 months  o 3  dose if not given  MMR = 12 – 15 months   Varicella = 12 – 18 months  Pneumococcal = 12 – 15 months   Influenza = Yearly  Hep A = 12 – 24 months  o Des 1 and 2, must be 6 months apart  o


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