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DEVELOPMENTAL ASSESSMENT

Developmental History

Applicable during Infancy (1-12 months) (Not Applicable)

Patterns of Age in Months when Age in Months found As seen in the patient Significance
Development Manifested in Textbooks and/or verbalized by
the Informants/SOs

Smiles and regards

Holds up head when


prone

Follow objects with


eyes

Turned self from


prone to supine

First eruption of teeth

Sat with support

Crawls/creeps

Cruises

Stands alone

Current Developmental Assessment

Areas Age Observations found in Textbooks Actual Observation Significance

in the clinical area

Gross Motor 7 y.o • Can jump, tumble, skip


and hop
• Has enough coordination
to walk a straight line
• Can ride a small bicycle
• Plays boy games such as
pretending to be a pirate
Fine Motor 7 y.o • Children are not
contented with what they
have done
• child can start putting the
toothpaste on by himself
• child will be able to tie his
shoes
Sensory 7 y.o • hand-eye coordination is
well developed
• has good balance
7 y.o Industry vs. Inferiority

Psychosocial • Has the initiative to do


something
• Sense of industry grows as
the child is praised or
rewarded
• Success or failure can have
a lasting impact on the
child
• Mimics the adult role
• Learns to share
• Desires to be perfect and is
quite self-critical
• worries more; may have
low self-confidence
• tends to complain; has
strong emotional reactions
• takes direction well; needs
punishment only rarely
• avoids and withdraws from
adults
Psychosexual 7 y.o Latent Phase

• Childs libido is diverted


into concrete thinking
• Shows no signs of
development
• More focused into friends,
hobbies and schooling
Spiritual 7 y.o • Learns about the rituals
• Knows the meaning of
religious practices
• Knows what is right and
what is wrong
• They expect God to give
them what they want
when they pray
• Gets confused often if
prayers are answered
• Interprets something as
right for them because it
is good, not because it is
right for humanity as a
whole
Cognitive 7 y.o Concrete Operational Thought

• Uses Memory to learn


things
• Understands conservation
• Knows how to sort and
classify objectsd
according to color, weight
and measurements
• Discovers concrete
solutions to everyday
problems and recognizes
cause-effect relationships
• Reasoning is inductive;
from specific to general
• Child will know his full
name, age and address.
• Your child will be able to
answer who, what, when,
where, why questions
Moral 7 y.o Conventional Development

• Child engages to actions


that are nice and fair
rather than what is right
• May lie about their actions
to disguise that they have
been involved in an action
that is not nice
• Learns about community
resources
• Has difficulty following
self-care measures
• Projects one’ self in to
other people’s situation
• Has the ability to adapt
thought processes to fit
what is perceived
Language and 7 y.o • Can tell time in hours but
Speech has trouble with concepts
such as : ”half-past” and
“quarter”
• Knows the months of the
year and the months in
which holidays fall
• They can add and subtract
• They can go the store and
make simple purchases
• Usually does child’s talk in
order to show-off
• uses a vocabulary of
several thousand words
• will be able to say "v", "j",
"sh," "ch", "r", "l", "s", "th"
and "str" sounds like in
the words "victory", "
judge", "shush", "child",
"rabbit", "little", "six",
"thirteenth", and "street"