Combining these three components of care with distinct disciplines will enhance realistic goals that could be attained, as well as securing positive outcomes.
As a means of accomplishing this progression of achievement, the Certified Pediatric Technician needs to develop a course of action. This strategy is desired because by managing the nursing requirements of the chronically ill and physically challenged child, adding to and adapting his needs into the educationalarena, and by providing them with a one on one Certified Pediatric Technician working as an educational assistant, and by linking extended areas of care through social service agencies, ensures a thorough and efficient Individual Education Plan, as required by law. In this module of the Certified Pediatric Technician program, the challenges of addressing these three professional careers in a format that effects changes in the scope of educational planning of special needs children is met.
The student will understand the physically and medically challenged child: including nursing observations, social service assessments and educational requirements for the exceptional child.
Score required: 85% or better on the quiz.
Suggested Reading Enhancements:
Very Young Children with Special Needs.Vikki F. Howard, Betty Fry Williams, Cheryl Lepper.A Formative Approach for Today’s Children. 2005, 3rd Edition;, Publisher Person-Merrill Prentice Hall
What Do You do With A Child Like This,Inside The Lives of Troubled Children, L. Tobin, 1st Edition, 1998 Whole Person Associates.
Internet enhancement: www.wrightslaw.com
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