Observation & Screening
Assessment & Evaluation
Guidelines
Screening Tools
Developmental Disabilities
100
What are the four steps in the observation process?
What is OBSERVATION, SCREENING, REFERRAL FOR ASSESSMENT
100
What does FDLRS stand for?
What is Florida Diagnostic and Learning Resources Systems
100
Preparing to focus on the facts of an observation/screening is called_________
What is BEING OBJECTIVE
100
When standardized tests are used to document the development of a child compared to other children of the same age.
What is NORM REFERENCED
100
Occurs when a child does not display the skills and abilities seen in peers in the same age.
What is DEVELOPMENTAL DELAY
200
The 1st step in the screening process is
What is obtain PERMISSION from parent to screen their child
200
Child Care professionals in Florida refer families to what 2 agencies?
What is Central Directory and Child Find
200
Sessions should be performed by a familiar person a child's _______ _______ at a time when they are at their best
What is NATURAL ENVIRONMENT
200
Records how often a behavior happens
What is FREQUENCY COUNT
200
a group of neurodevelopment disorders characterized by social impairments.
What is Autism
300
An ongoing process in which child care professionals recognize and document identifiable milestones and developmental domains.
What is OBSERVATION
300
A process that determines a child's eligibility for federal, state, and local programs and services
What is Evaluation
300
Child care professionals do not _______, we ______ and document indicators
What is DIAGNOSE, IDENTIFY
300
This instrument notes the presence or absence of demonstrated skills & abilities
What is CHECKLIST
300
A genetic disorder characterized by distinct physical traits and intellectual impairments.
What is Down Syndrome
400
an ongoing process in which child care professionals and others to verify that child id developing typically or identify early signs of delay or disability
What is SCREENING
400
A PROCESS WHEREBY AN AGENCY OR ORGANIZATION GATHERS AND REVIEWS MULTIPLE SOURCES OF INFORMATION ABOUT A CHILD'S SUSPECTED DEVELOPMENTAL DELAY OR DISABILITY AND USED DATA TO IMPROVE A CHILD'S OUTCOMES.
What is ASSESSMENT
400
Screening takes place recurrently using an instrument that is proven to be _____,______ and _______.
What is What is VALID, ACCURATE, AND RELIABLE
400
To keep track of what a child is doing as it is happening.
What is Running record
400
3 Categories of abuse
What is PHYSICAL, EMOTIONAL, SEXUAL
500
What are the three reasons child care programs on observe & screen children are to:
What is FOSTER GROWTH & DEVELOPMENT, DETECT EARLY SIGNS OF DEVELOPMENTAL DELAY OR DISABILITY, SIGNS OF CHILD ABUSE AND NEGLECT
500
When the early signs of developmental delay or disability are identified, ______ will have a better outcome for the child.
What is TIMELY REFERRAL FOR INTERVENTION
500
Quality Screening Tools should be the following...(List 4)
What is What is EASY TO USE, ACCURATE, AFFORDABLE, AND AVAILABLE
500
A narrative account of an event written shortly after the development of a skill or ability has occurred.
What is Anecdotal record
500
Failure to provide things necessary to sustain life, such as food, clothing, shelter, health care, & supervision
What is NEGLECT
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