Child Develop. 10 17 April 2009 Child Study Introduction The Child Study data I have gathered comes from the observation I have completed at Mission Bell Elementary School. Mission Bell Elementary School is a local school in Riverside. In the P.M preschool class there are 24 students, one teacher, and one assistant. The child I decided to observe is names Zoe. Zoe is 4 years and 10 months old. I immediately was drawn to Zoe because she had such a big personality, was very social, and smart. I am glad that I choose to observe Zoe because she was able to make my observation process smooth and easy. While observing her I had to pay close attention to her biosocial development, motor skills, cognitive skills, communication skills,
If this scenario happened in an outpatient clinic or urgent care center and there were physicians who were more dedicated to patient safety a report to child protective services may have been made regarding the child’s injuries. This child deserves to have her rights observed and
The reporting party (RP) stated she 5/24/16 arrived at the home at approximately 4:10PM to find her 3 year old daughter Michaela Rojas' right eye scratched and bruised. The RP stated she was no informed by the licensee prior to her arrival that her child had been injured: she had
The reporter stated while in the home on 07/16/15, the child her and her father that the home is hot and there is an air conditioner in her mother’s room but her mother keeps the door closed. The reporter stated the home is hot and nasty, there is no bed
The reporting party (RP) stated her son Da' Rell Jones DOB: 10/12/85 has lived in the facility for approximately 13 years. The RP stated on a visit she observed that her son's right eyebrow was swollen and escorted her son outside of the home. The RP stated her son is non-verbal but understands and is able to shake his head yes and no. The RP asked her son if someone had hit him and he nodded yes. The RP stated she named off the names of the caregivers and when she came to a caregiver named Chips, her son identified the caregiver by nodding no. The RP stated she notified the Regional Center of the incident. The RP stated that she is being retaliated against for filing the complaint with the Regional Center. On one occasion while out with her
RP stated law enforcement received a call from an anonymous caller stated an employee, Shemaiah Messengale grabbed the child Marley's arm which is fractured. Law enforcement contacted the child's mother to verify injuries. It was disclosed the child had suffered 4 fractures to her elbow and wrist. The RP stated law enforcement spoke with owner/licensee of the facility and the employee accused of causing the injury. They reported Marley sustained the injuries accidentally when she fell from slide. The RP stated the child was treated at Children's Hospital Los Angeles (CHLA) by Dr. Lindsey Andras who determined the injuries are consistent with a fall. Law enforcement did not speak with treating doctor to confirm the information. The RP disclosed
1:10pm- IRTC called the source who validated the narrative and expressed that the injury was observed yesterday (11/27/17). Source voiced that the injury appeared to be more like a rash; since the child has a history of eczema, they didn’t think much of it. Source uttered that the subject child’s mother called inquiring about the injury and wanted to know if the subject child fell at the daycare. Source stated that the child did not fall, but it was recommended for the child to be brought for a medical assessment. Source indicated that they received a return call from the subject child’s mother stating that the medical provider reported that the injury appears to have been sustained by a fall or possibly by another child. Source reiterated that the child did not fall at the daycare. Source added that besides the subject child, there are two active children residing at the case address.
The reporting party (RP) disclosed that Taylor Trusheim DOB: 4/3/99 was brought into Sutter/Yuba Behavioral Health for a Triage appointment to assess for possible services. Prior to the appointment Taylor's mother La Vonne Bettencourt received a call from a family member who brought up an incident which occurred when she
3/30/17 11:00am- IRTC spoke with assigned CPS, Christina Davis, who reported that she observed the subject child and no visible injuries were present. CPS expressed that she reviewed a doctor’s notes the subject child’s mother had which states that the child was medically assessed and diagnosed with “pink eye.” Based on
Gwenyth came to school on 09/03/15 with bruises on her left arm and the child indicated to the reporter that she had bruises on her buttock area; the bruises do not require any medical treatment. Gwenyth told Mr. Temple on 08/31/15 her mother asked her if she’d put clothes in the wash. Gwenyth thought she had and told her mother yes but later remembered she hadn’t; Ms. Daly thought the child lied to her and whipped her with a belt on her buttocks area, hit her with a wooden spatula on the arm until it broke, and grabbed her by the neck threw her on the floor and this is when she punched the child in her nose. Gwenyth told the reporter her nose bled really badly. According to the child, her mother has abused her consistently since the age of
IRTC spoke with CPS, Iren Anderson, who reported that she spoke with the subject child and it was reported that the injuries she sustained to both arms were inflicted by another student. CPS said the child was allegedly play fighting with another child resulting in her injury; child indicated that she is not physically disciplined by the alleged subject and she enjoys residing at in the foster home. IRTC reviewed pictures of the injuries and they appeared to be significant bruising on both arms. CPS expressed that it seems to be a game which kids playing, and the injury does not appear to have been maliciously inflicted. Based on CPS’ statement, this case does not meet the criteria for an IRT. If there is any suspicion that the injuries were
The RP stated medical office has received 4 alleged abuse complaints from 4 different children. Each child stated Ms. Lisa was the perpetrator. The RP stated a 3 year old Hispanic girl was initially potty trained. The RP stated the child was eager and happy to attend the preschool however; the child began to soil herself and refused to back to the preschool. According to the RP the child stated that Ms. Lisa put her finger in her vagina.
Reporting party (RP) stated that her daughter, April O'Meany-Lucas (04/08/2000) is ADHD and has learning disabilities which qualified her to be cared for at this daycare. RP stated that child attended until December 2016. RP stated that she left specific instructions for the licensee to not allow the child access to any electronic devices (cell phones, tablets, computers, etc) because RP would not be able to monitor her. RP stated that she discovered nude photos of the child which were taken during daycare hours using the licensee's tablet and posted the photos on social media. LPA Lasso-Hills asked RP how she found out about the photos and RP stated that she searched through "Instagram". LPA asked if the child has an Instagram account, and
The reporting party (RP) stated on 12/08/15 he arrived at the facility at approximately 5:30PM to pick up his 19 month old son Neil. Upon knocking on the door the RP inquired about his son and was told that he was napping. The RP stated he wanted to come into the home and obtain his son without waking him. According to the RP the licensee refused to let him into the home after requesting four different times to be allowed in the home. The RP was told there were two other children crying and required her attention. The licensee closed the door on the RP and within a few moments arrived at the door carrying the RP son. The RP was upset due to the licensee not allowing him to retrieve his son without waking him waking him. The RP gave the licensee
The reporting party (RP) stated that foster child was asked to leave the home. The foster child left the home and went to a friend's home (name no available) for two days. Prior to the child leaving the home she asked her foster parents to contact her FFA social worker