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Old 05-22-2012, 09:31 PM
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Default unit 022 4.1 analyse the importance of early identification of speech language and communication delays and disorders

please help me on this unit!!!!!!!!
i've wrote some of it but really struggling on the potential risks of late recognition.
could someone please help!!!!!
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Old 05-22-2012, 11:16 PM
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Hi, welcome to silkysteps, it's important as without early intervention children are at risk of all these issues
  • Not realising or being able to fulfil what they consider their full potential, ie. early intervention helps to ensure children have the opportunities to reach their full potential.
  • Experiencing problems with learning and understanding information ie. early intervention prevents children's learning and understanding from deteriorating or becoming worse.
  • Struggling to be independent
  • Sense of isolation
  • Becoming withdrawn
  • Difficulty in or loss of interest in making and keeping friendships
  • Lack of motivation
  • Depression
  • Low self-esteem and confidence
  • Inability to express feelings appropriately
  • Possible regression of behaviour
  • Separation anxiety
  • Anti-social behaviour
There's good reading on Talking point and information about the Early Language Development Programme

Analyse by examining what the risks/key points are and what might happen if intervention did and didn't exist.

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Old 05-23-2012, 09:29 PM
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thank you very much that really helps!!!!
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hello does anyone know the answer to CYP Core 3.1 - 4.1: analyse the importance of early identification of speech, language and communication delays and disorders and the potential risks of late recognition? i really need help on this one
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I'm not even sure if I have answered the question correctly and my eyes are bleeding from reading it over and over but...

my answer:

Knowing the signs of delays will allow for us to make swift assessment to discover the needs of the child to help and support them in their speech, language and communication. It is important to know and understand the features that may appear i.e. not pronouncing words properly, using singular words when at an age where they should be using more and not speaking at all and knowing what to do once it has been identified. With the support, children will flourish. If left unassisted, children are likely to become frustrated, confused or angry and show signs of unwanted behaviour. They may not be able to engage in activities that have been set out for other children and may show signs of low self-esteem.
It is the role of the practitioner to know and understand children's learning and development in order to notice any early signs and therefore be able to provide suitable activities to encourage L&D for the individual.
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This is my answer, but when i gave it in, my assessor told me that I need to identify the positives.

Language is the centre of cognitive and social development. It allows you to think and process new information. It is important to indentify delays in speech, language and communication early, so that there is early intervention. During this stage children’s brains are still developing, so it is critical that we they received early intervention as it can change the impact on a child’s communication difficulty, thus in turn, can have a positive effect on the behaviours later on in life. The faster a child’s needs could be identified the greater the chance there is to make sure they don’t get left behind. Children’s speech, language and communication strengthen other areas of a child’s development. Children with poor speech may find it harder to understand the link between sounds and letter shapes, thus delaying the reading and writing skills. They may find it a lot more difficult to control their behaviour or play with other children as a result, thus developing antisocial behaviours, leaving them feeling isolated and frustrated.

I have answered the question which asks for the potentail risks. can anyone give me any positives from early identification??
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