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During my study of my niece I have kept a chart of her receptive communication skills, expressive communication skills and her gross/fine motor skills. I have broken these skills down in categories which display whether she has mastered the skills, is emerging in the skills, or if she still needs work in certain skills. I feel this will help to also determine which strategies will 15
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FORMAL PRESENTATION OF FINDINGS work best when it comes to her communication and motor development. The X’s are indicators of her mastered areas, her emerging areas and the areas she still needs work on thus far. DOMAIN/SUBDOMAIN SKILLS Mastered Emerging Needs Work Receptive Communication Attends to someone speaking to her for at least 10 seconds X Receptive Communication Responds with awareness, acceptance, and in socially appropriate ways when a familiar person approaches or talks to her X Receptive Communication Responds to different tones of a person’s voice X Receptive Communication Attends to other people’s conversations for 30 seconds X Receptive Communication Associates spoken words with familiar objects or actions X Receptive Communication Identifies family members or pets when named X DOMAIN/SUBDOMAIN SKILLS MASTERED EMERGING NEEDS WORK Expressive Communication Produces one or more vowel sounds X Expressive Communication Vocalizes to express her feelings X Expressive Communication Produces one or more single-syllable consonant-vowel sounds X Expressive Communication Repeats one or more single-syllable consonant-vowel sounds X Expressive Communication Waves bye-bye X 16
FORMAL PRESENTATION OF FINDINGS Expressive Communication Imitates Speech Sounds X Expressive Communication Uses gestures to indicate her wants and needs X Expressive Communication Uses variations in her voice X Expressive Communication Spontaneously initiates sounds, words, or gestures that are associated with objects in the immediate environment X Expressive Communication Uses 10 or more words X Expressive Communication Communicates in back-and-forth, turn- taking style using sounds, gestures, or other nonverbal methods X GROSS/FINE MOTOR SKILLS MASTERED EMERGING NEEDS WORK Gross Motor Moves from a sitting position to a standing position using smooth, coordinated movements without assistance X Gross Motor Moves from a supine to a standing position using smooth, coordinated movements without support or assistance X Gross Motor Maintains or corrects her balance when moving from a standing position to other, non-vertical positions X Gross Motor Walks up 4 stairs with support X 17
FORMAL PRESENTATION OF FINDINGS Gross Motor Walks down 4 stairs with support X Gross Motor Runs 10 feet without falling X Fine Motor Transfers and object from one hand to the other X Fine Motor Drops and object intentionally with demonstration X Fine Motor Extends a toy to a person and releases it from her grasp X Fine Motor Intentionally propels or throws and object X Action Plan The steps that will need to be taken throughout this entire process is something that is going to have to be repeated over and over again because of the fact that my niece is only two

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