Jenny, an 18-month-old girl, was brought to the clinic by her mother. Jenny was referred to the clinic due to lack of interest to interact. Her mother also reported that Jenny’s behaviors can be very unpredictable. She is very shy and has terrible temper tantrums. Jenny lives at home with her parents, two older brothers, and one younger brother. Jenny’s father reportedly has motor coordination and attention problems. Family history: Her father’s sister was
diagnosed with obsessive-compulsive disorder and depression. Her oldest brother had been diagnosed with Asperger syndrome based on a multidisciplinary evaluation and has difficulties with balance, coordination, motor planning, attention, distractibility, and anxiety. By parent report, her other brother displays mild social difficulties, motor coordination problems, mild language delay, attention problems, and a high activity level.
The writer should support the below responses with at least four sources (at least one source from his/her own research on this topic). One source from Chapters 7 and 8 of Child and Adolescent Behavioral Health and Chapter 31.6, 31.13, and one source from 31.14 of Kaplan & Sadock’s Synopsis of Psychiatry. To equal a total of four sources.
- What are some key developmental milestone at this age?
- Discuss two important assessments of this child.
3.What appropriate assessment methods/tools would you use and why?
- What is the possible diagnoses for the patient and why?
- Discuss evidence-based approach and intervention plan.
equest the Court also offers opinions on the interpretation of the American Convention on Human Rights and whether domestic laws are compatible with relevant treaties concerning the protection of human rights . Similarly, the African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights set up in 1987, is also mandated to oversee and interpret the Banjul Charter intended to promote and protect human rights and basic freedoms in the African continent . Its protective function is quasi-judicial and relates to consideration of individual and (on the unique occasion of DRC against Burundi, Rwanda and Uganda ) State petitions, but its decisions are not binding. As we will see below, the African Commission has interpreted ‘the Charter for the benefit of refugees and displaced persons [… and] has enabled these individuals to use its communication procedure to enforce their rights ’. Much like its Inter-American counterpart, the African Commission also reports on its country visits, fact-finding missions and country periodic reports. One such report was on the Mission of Good Offices to Senegal, which followed concerns raised about grave human rights violations resulting in mass displacement of people. The visit culminated in a number of recommendations and proposed strategies, including that the government should ‘assist all displaced persons and refugees, encouraging them to return to their homes by guaranteeing their security’ . The African Commission also includes the office of the Special Rapporteur on Refugees, Asylum Seekers and Displaced Persons in Africa. Despite its efforts, the African Commission has been criticised for its shortcomings. As well as having its independence questioned, the Commission has been ‘chronically under-resourced and th>GET ANSWER