Boy, Born April 9, 2001
From his medical records: The physical development of the child lags behind considerable from the indexes for the age. The child walks independently and climbs up stairs with support. The movements of the child are not coordinated. The fine motorics are not perfected. The child doesn’t have notions of time built up. He orientates well in the space. He recognizes his image in the mirror and looks at it with an interest. He has perceptions for the main colors but cannot name them. The child is with insufficient ability for concentration of his attention. His active attention is attracted and kept with difficulties. The child is communicative, initiates with ease contacts with the personnel, the other children and with strangers. He likes the contacts with adults. He is not conflict and has good behavior in the group. He is prone to exhibiting whims and to be unhappy. He protects a toy that is taken away from him. The intellect of the child is with deficit corresponding to the diagnosis of Down Syndrome. He shows attachment, joy, anxiety and guilt. He is calm and observes the play of the other children. He plays with them and enjoys contacts with them. He carries out simple orders come here, give me your hand, and sit down. The child doesn’t have skills to serve himself built up, needs constant support. He can eat independently. He can’t put his clothes on and take them off on his own but cooperates when changed. He reacts to his name. He orientates in the daily routine. He doesn’t signal his physiological needs. The child understands the speech of the others when expressed elementary. He carries out orders and verbal commands. He pronounces single words by imitating. He is communicative, seeks contacts, and shows preferences in the interactions with the other children and the personnel. He has expressive mimics by which shows his emotions and attitudes. The child likes to listen to songs, laughs loud and claps with his hands. He moves in time with the music and is very lively and energetic. He attracts the attention of the adults by pulling them or patting them with his little hand because he can’t speak. He pronounces separate syllables: ma, ba, da as well as words from repetitive syllables: mama, baba.
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