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Running Head: FAMILY CASE STUDY1Unit 3 Assignment Family Case StudyKadjah RecordPost UniversityCHS236_31 Home, School, and CommunityProfessor LarrierNovember 15, 2020
Family Case Study2The family is concerned about their four-year child. He had been living with hisgrandparents in China and had no engagement with his parents. The family had come to the UnitedStates for better opportunities and had left the child with the grandparents, wanting to make surethey had stability first in another country before bringing the child with them. When the childfinally was with the parents, they had many concerns about the child's development. The child hadnot been exposed to other adults; the grandparents were loving and overprotective of the child anddid not allow him to gain social skills. The child did not speak English, had issues interacting withothers, and his behavior was of a child of two years old. The only one who spoke English was thefather but did not socialize much in the English language, making it more difficult for the child tobe a spouse to a new style. The parents were concerned about the child's development andaddressed the situation with the ECE program staff they took the child (Daniel, pg. 13).In the center, the staff was able to understand the families concerned. They spoke to theteacher about their situation and decided the child needed a structured, effective curriculum to helphim learn and grow accurately with his age. The staff and teacher implemented NAEYC's ethicalideal and guiding principles to help the child. The teacher decided the child's right program byevaluating the situation, looking at the child's behavior, understanding the child's help, andimplementing it (Feeney, Freeman, 2015). The child was placed in a class with smaller childrenthan four-year-old; however, they were not lower than three-year-old. This way, the teacher would