assessment clean HLTMSG006 Adapt remedial massage practice to meet specific needs (Autosaved).docx

Assessment clean HLTMSG006 Adapt remedial massage practice to meet specific needs (Autosaved).docx

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CRICOS Code: 03243A ©Harvest Education Technical College T: 07 3172 7257 1. Fill in the table below Consent from Reasons to refer 3-month-old Their parents or guardians - Stiffness or floppy muscle. - Does not react to loud noises. - Cries a lot and cannot be comforted. - Always holds the hands in a fist. 6 months old Their parents or guardians - Does not appear interested in activities around them . - Is not making eye contact . - Is persistently difficult to settle . - Is not vocalising or making any sounds . - Does not appear to recognise their mother or close family. 12 months old Their parents or guardians - Not respond to their name . - Not moving around by some means . - Not pulling themselves up to stand . - Not laughing/smiling . - Not trying to attract the attention of caregivers . - Not showing an attachment to parents. 2 years old Their parents or guardians and children. - Does not walk and run steadily. - Limping. - Mostly silent. - Cannot point to objects when they are named. - Does not respond when spoken to. 4 years old Their parents or guardians and children - Uninterested in play with others. - Very aggressive or withdrawn. - Shows repetitive behaviours. - Cannot run, play or move as skilfully as other children of the same age. - Not toilet trained. - Unable to produce clear sentences. - Cannot understand verbal instruction. 9-11 years old Their parents or - No capacity to see things from another’s point of
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CRICOS Code: 03243A ©Harvest Education Technical College T: 07 3172 7257 guardians and children. view. - Poorly developed idea of right and wrong. - Shows frustration and poor self confidence. - Low levels of self-perception. - Difficulty maintaining posture for extended periods. - Difficulty with construction and fine manipulative work. - Gets tired easily when completing a fine motor or writing task Language and Communication. - Difficulty maintaining posture for extended periods. Children Adaptation for case taking In child treatment cases, parents or guardians fill out a client form to ensure provision of the correct information. Children are unable to provide legal consent so approval by their parents or guardians is required.
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