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Treatment of Child and Adolescent Problems
Thyroid Problems Treatment
Thyroid Disorder Treatment
Paediatric Critical Care
Treatment of Childhood Infections
Child Nutrition Management
Growth And Development Including General Paediatri
Management of New Born Care
Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis (Pgd)
Congenital Ear Problem Treatment
Treatment of Polycystic Ovary Syndrome In Adolesce
Treatment of Thyroid Disease in Children
Cleft Lip Treatment
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My 4 year old daughter is suffering from cough since last three months, although a paediatrician was consulted however intermittent coughing persists.
Ways to help students with learning disabilities
Ways to help students with visual-perception weaknesses-
- Give the child extra time to complete visual activities. They need time to figure out what they are seeing.
- When writing on the board, help the child keep to place by writing each line in a different color.
- Avoid tasks involving copying from the board or from books.
- Reduce homework/classwork requirements by allowing the child to do only the even or odd problems.
- Copy pages of non-consumable books so the child doesn't have to copy writing or math problems.
- Teach the child to highlight important information in books.
- Allow the child to use a notecard, ruler, or his finger, under lines of print when reading.
- Use a mask or window card (slot in a card) to keep them from losing their place.
- On worksheets, put a heavy line around the pertinent items to help them attend to one item at a time.
- Allow the child to point to or touch the first letter of every word. This will eliminate reversal tendencies.
- Use color cues like green letters at the beginning and red ones at the end.
- Present reading materials that are clear, legible, and on uncrowded pages.
- Provide tactile experiences such as sandpaper letters, form letters from playdough or pipe cleaners.
- Mark paper to show the child where to start and stop.
- Mark the child's desk with left and right markers.
- Present new material and give directions orally.
- Mouthing the words or quietly whispering will make a visual task an auditory one as well.
- Ways to help students with visual motor weaknesses
- Avoid assigning long copying or written assignments.
- Use manipulative activities to increase fine motor control.
- Experiment with different writing tools to find the one that makes writing easier for the child.
- Pencil grips are helpful for many children.
- Proper position is important for good writing. Make sure the child's chair and table are appropriate height.
- A piece of tape can be placed on the desk to help position papers for cursive writing.
- Try cursive writing if the child has trouble printing.
- If printing is preferred, teach the methods that do not require the child to lift his/her pencil off the paper.
- Use white paper with dark blue lines. Paper with raised lines might also be helpful.
- Teach child to put finger between words for spacing when writing.
- Have the child write on every other line. It's easier for him/her to read and make corrections.
- Be aware that children sometimes write illegibly purposely because they cannot spell the words
- Sometimes it's easier for the child to write on paper with narrower lines rather than the wide-lined paper.
- Disregard misspellings when grading, unless it is a spelling task.
- Provide spelling aids for the child to use.
- Teach letter and number formation using strokes direction and sequence.
- Teach the child keyboarding and how to use word processing.
- Provide models of correct letter and number formation.
- Ways to help students with auditory perception weaknesses
- Seat students in a location where sound is clear; avoid seating near distracting sounds or noises.
- Keep oral directions short and simple. Give directions one step at a time. Give pause time.
- Accompany oral directions with written directions.
- Ask students to paraphrase your oral directions. Call upon different group members to do this.
- Alert the students when you are giving directions with verbal cues (e. G" this is important.)
- Make and maintain eye contact when giving oral directions.
- Talk at a slower rate if students indicate they are having difficulty staying with you.
- Use visual cues to reinforce verbal directions.
- Allow students to move to a quiet place in the classroom to do their independent work.
- Write key points on the board for students to copy for studying during a lecture or oral presentation.
Doctor, My son is 1 year 8 months old. He has not vaccinated with IPV due to unavailability of the same. He has taken 6 doses of OPV. Can he be vaccinated with IPV now? Kindly let me know the procedure. Regards
Hello doctors, I am very confusing about my nephew she is 2 years old and she is right side big cyst and surgeon Dr. done sonography today so please see report and advice on this matter and helping me Thanking you.
Actually mere sister ka beta abhi 2 saal ka hai lag bhag. Or wo normal huya tha. But kuch time baad usko minor brain hemorrhage hogya tha. Or kafi time machine me reha. Abhi vo waise to thik hai but Dr. Kehte hai ki uske ek ear me problem hai or vo kam sunnta ho or uska operation bataya hai 6 lakh tak kharcha or bola hai ki koi chip hai Jo iske ear me dali jayegi or iske mind ki nase week hai or wo apne pairo par bhi kharda nahi hota thik se. Means vo dekhne mein abnormal lagta hai but vo normal hai. Kya iska koi ilaaz hai kyonki itna paisa nahi hai ki operation kar de so please kuch bataye taki vo baby thik ho jaye please help
If you have conjunctivitis, you can help limit its spread to other people by following these steps: Wash your hands often with soap and warm water. Wash them especially well before and after cleaning, or applying eye drops or ointment to, your infected eye. Avoid touching or rubbing your eyes.