Pediatrics Development, communication, Families Keys to success in Peds Be on time Read the assignments prior to class o Bring your questions! Pay attention o No sleeping o No movies/ games on the laptop Focus on differences from adults o Focus on interventions for children o development Clickers o Log – in to REEF polling o Sync through blackboard o Bring to EVERY class Why is Peds important to you?
o Birth order affects also o First child likely to roll over first due to more attention from parents Kids triple weight in first year Increase length by 50% in first year Toddlers 1-3 years Preschool 3-5 year olds School age 6-11 Adolescence 12-21 Erikson – 886-887 communication techniques Do not have to master one stage to move onto the next Many with tumultuous home life are trying to master more than one at a time Trust vs. Mistrust (Birth -1 year) Autonomy vs. Shame (1-3 years) Initiative vs. Guilt (3-6 years) Industry vs. Inferiority (6-12 years) Identity vs. Role Confusion (12-18 years) Erikson video Trust vs. Mistrust o Birth – 1 year o Coo and smile o Faith and optimism = trust o Basic needs not met = mistrust o Might know needs get met when they cry If baby never cries, some learned that doesn’t matter if they cry – don’t get changed or fed… don’t cry because nothing happens Autonomy vs. Shame and Doubt o 1-3 years o Trying to figure out how to control own body, emotion & self o Potty training, tantrums o How to promote autonomy Ability to do for one self
Rituals super important Day care structure – times allotted & specific Know what to expect – establish routines Promotes autonomy Know what to do next = easy to move on Bedtime routine = more successful for getting child to go to sleep Dinner, reading, ready for bed, bed time = fall asleep better & faster every night
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