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:o Hello

 

Im trying to cover a PC in C2 Provide fo childrens physical needs.

Contribute to childrens personal hygiene.

Assistance given and the way in which equipment is adapted is consistent with the physial needs and abilities fo the children.

 

Dont really get what it means and Im suppossed to do it for special needs as well?

 

Cant do reflective as have no children with special needs?

 

Help anyone?

 

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Joanne

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Would like to help Joanne what is PC

 

Is this anything to do with brushing teeth - managing in the toilet - providing a step or adapting toilet seat for little people.

Special needs children may follow picture clues better than verbal commands? Am I on the right track ???????????????????/

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Absolutely Mimi. :D All settings should have a toilet suitable for a disabled person (wider door, low level sink and paper towel holder), but only give assistance if necessary. Sometimes you just have to write what you would do if you had a child with special needs to show you could deal with it if the situation arose. :)

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Hi

 

Thanks for your ideas, a pc is a performance criteria that I must show I can or have meet. I was going to do 'what I would do for a child of 4 who was in a wheelchair with upper body movement and write about the disabled toliets and hoists if required also that I would want training in using the equipment and advice for parents and if the disability for very severe I would want medical advice as well. Do you think that will cover it.

 

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Joanne

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I think you should also mention height of activity tables in the main class room, are they the right height for a wheel chair, you can raise them up with longer legs, also think about getting the child out of the wheelchair and onto the floor for a period of time each session. They may get stiff sitting in the same position all the time. They may need some form of OT type activities.

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