Preventative Services Task Force, 2016) Primary Diagnosis Z00.129 - Encounter for routine child health examination w/o abnormal findings or Normal well child visit Plan/Therapeutics Plan: Return in one year for four-year-old well child and immunizations. Educate parents about Communication and Language skills, movement and physical development, social and emotional development, cognitive skills and explain to parents about when to talk to your doctor regarding children. Communication and Language Skills strings three or more words together to form short sentences is understood most of the time asks "why?" often understands spatial words (such as in, on, and under) Movement and Physical Development can walk upstairs with alternating feet catches a ball with full, outstretched arms balances on one foot for 1 second can copy a circle dresses and undresses with a little help Social and Emotional Development is toilet trained during the daytime can name a friend can indicate whether he or she is a boy or a girl plays make-believe takes turns while playing Cognitive Skills (Thinking and Learning) knows first and last name and age
engages in pretend play can count three objects does simple puzzles can retell a story from a book When to Talk to Your Doctor Every child develops at his or her own pace, but certain signs could indicate a delay in development. Talk to your doctor if your child: doesn't speak, or can't speak in sentences doesn't follow simple directions doesn't engage in pretend play doesn't jump has severe anxiety separation can't make strokes with a crayon or pencil Also, if you ever notice that your child has lost skills he or she once had or shows weakness on one side of the body, tell your doctor (Hagan, Shaw, & Duncan, 2017). References American Academy of Pediatrics (2019). Recommendations for Preventive Pediatric Health Care. Retrieved from Hagan, J.F., Shaw, J.S., & Duncan, P.M. (2017). Bright Futures Guidelines for Health Supervision, of Infants, Children, and Adolescents 4 th ed . American Associations of Pediatrics. Retrieved from Oberklaid, F., & Efron, D. (2015). Developmental delay—identification and management. Am Fam Physician. 2015 ; 34(9): 739-742. Retrieved from U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (Sep 2016). Screening for speech and language delay in preschool children: recommendation statement. Retrieved from
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