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In this paper, you are asked to Perform a 24-hour food recall of all meals and snacks; (you may tell the parent about this ahead of time so that they can have this ready, or obtain it that day). determine the number of servings consumed in the groups mentioned.
To create a food plan for Preschoolers (ages 2 to 5), go to
in the left-hand menu select Child & Teen BMI Calculator; here, enter the child’s date of birth (which you will need to obtain- just don’t include it in your paper!), the date of your assessment, the gender of the child, and a weight and height; then click on Calculate. You will be given results: both their BMI, and the interpretation of it (whether or not they would be considered overweight or obese). On the results page you can also click on ‘BMI-for-Age Percentile Growth Chart’ to get this.
For this portion, go to the following web site: http://www.cdc.gov/ncbddd/childdevelopment/index.html This is the homepage for developmental information from the CDC: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Here, under Developmental Milestones, click on “Milestones children should reach from birth through 5 years of age”
On this page, on the upper (white) portion of the page, click on the appropriate age for your child under ‘Click on the age of your child to see the milestones’. This brings up a list of activities usually attained by this age. It also includes, under Developmental Monitoring, a list of activities or indicators that may be a warning signal for some type of development delay or problem. Run off a copy of the list prior to your visit to interview the parent, as you will want to go through this list with the parent. (On the Milestones page above, in the light purple section, you can also enter the age of your child, then click on Go; you will get the same list of milestones as above, but it does not include the list of ‘warning signs’ that you get by obtaining the list above.) Again, you do not need to include this form when submitting this paper, but need to discuss your findings in the paper.
Go through this list with the parent, noting which ones have been attained or not attained by the child. Based on this, does the child seem to be at an appropriate developmental level? Does the parent have any concerns or questions about the child’s development?