Child Behavior And Language Assessment

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The postulate we chose to research is from the social participation frame of reference. It states that if routine is provided for difficult or disorganizing activities, children will develop calmer and more cooperative behaviors during those activities (Olson, 2010). When researching for an article that either supported or refuted the postulate, Family- Centered Intervention for Young Children at- risk for Language and Behavior Problems was found. The study was initiated by dividing forty- one randomly selected children, ages 3-5 years, with potential language and behavioral difficulties into a control group or intervention group receiving adult support (Chao, Bryan, Burstein, & Ergul, 2006). The purpose was to explore the impact parent involvement and routines have on the development of socially acceptable behavior and language in children (Chao et al., 2006). Parents were asked to rate various aspects of their child, such as motor skills and behavior, then decide activities in the Child Behavior and Language Assessment (CBLA) to focus on and review intermittently in a log to help conclude if the intervention was beneficial or not (Chao et al., 2006). The intervention was based on the reviews and opinions of the parents and occasional professional observation. CBLA is comprised of assessments of children 's language and behavior, and routine- based activities assisting the establishment of language and ideal behavior (Chao et al., 2006). The
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