Personal, Social Skills And Health Care

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Personal, Social Skills MB has had continued deficits in social aspects. He prefers to be by himself, and avoids social interaction when at all possible. MB will attend group activities if someone comes to pick him up, but will not go on his own. MB prefers to sit in his room and listen to music or play video games on his computer. Cognitive Functioning MB has a 8th grade level for reading but is at an 5th level for writing. His sentence He was not able to grasp the more complicated, abstract math. He has difficulties with money and measurements. Health Care, Personal Welfare MB does not like to go to any type of medical or health care facility. He will avoid telling if he has any injuries, and ignores signs and symptoms of…show more content…
MB and the other group home residents have assigned daily chores like; dusting, vacuuming, and bathroom duty. MB is responsible for keeping his room clean and laundry put away. Community Orientation MB is picked up daily from his job coach and taken to work. He is able to ride the city bus, but has gotten off at the wrong stop before and is not comfortable with going out on his own. MB enjoys talking on the telephone to his parents and friends from school. Vocational Skills MB has maintained his job at the car wash since high school. He is a hard worker and able to dry a car using a towel on each hand. Because of his unstable gait, his boss prefers that MB stand on one side of the cars and not walk all the way around. Challenging Behaviors Assessment MB has frequent impulse control issues. He has a low tolerance for frustration and acts out through throwing the nearest object or using curse words. He is easily manipulated by peers and lacks logic, critical thinking skills, has memory deficits and unable to grasp the concept of the future. MB has difficulty identifying and expressing his feelings. FETAL ALCOHOL SYNDROME Baseline Data Collection Baseline data collection was performed using observation of MB is his usual setting at the adult day center. The data was collected using the frequency counting method over three consecutive days. Each interval was fifteen minutes long and observed at the beginning of each hour from 8:00 am to
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