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SOCIAL-EMOTIONAL DEVELOPMENT OF DEAF CHILDREN SAME OR DIFFERENT? Dr. Diane Morton. If everyone in the world used sign language, there would be no need for this book…. WHY CAN’T THEY HAVE IT ALL. LANGUAGE IS THE KEY TO SOCIAL-EMOTIONAL DEVELOPMENT. ERIK ERICKSON. Trust/Mistrust – 0-18 mo

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Social emotional development of deaf children same or different dr diane morton
SOCIAL-EMOTIONAL DEVELOPMENT OF DEAF CHILDRENSAME OR DIFFERENT?Dr. Diane Morton


If everyone in the world used sign language there would be no need for this book
If everyone in the world used sign language, there would be no need for this book…..


Why can t they have it all
WHY CAN’T THEYHAVE IT ALL


Language is the key to social emotional development
LANGUAGEIS THE KEY TO SOCIAL-EMOTIONALDEVELOPMENT


Erik erickson
ERIK ERICKSON

  • Trust/Mistrust – 0-18 mo

  • Autonomy/Shame – 18 mo-3

  • Initiative/Guilt – 3-6

  • Industry/Inferiority – 6-12

  • Identify/Role Confusion – 12-18

  • Intimacy/Isolation – 18-35

  • Generativity/Stagnation – 35-60

  • Integrity/Despair – 60+


Diane morton s stages of development
DIANE MORTON’S STAGES OF DEVELOPMENT

  • Learning about love - ages 0-2

  • Independence – ages 2-4

  • Pride and Responsibility – ages 4-12

  • How do I fit in? - ages 12-18

  • Learning to love – ages 18-35

  • Helping family and community – ages 35-70

  • Reflect on a good life – age 70+

    • Based on Erickson



Learning about love brings sense of security
LEARNING ABOUT LOVEBRINGS SENSE OF SECURITY

  • Mother/father/caretaker loving care

  • Visual contact/physical touch

  • Nurturing/attachment/communication

  • Baby does not respond to voice

  • Parents’ reaction to “deaf”


Independence ages 2 5
INDEPENDENCEAges 2-5


Independence develops self esteem
INDEPENDENCEDEVELOPS SELF ESTEEM

  • Master life skills

  • “I can do it myself” and “No”

  • Self esteem being part of family unit

  • Overprotection

  • Lack of experiences and explanations

  • Lack of social experiences



Developing pride having responsibility builds self esteem
DEVELOPING PRIDEHAVING RESPONSIBILITYBUILDS SELF ESTEEM

  • Developing competence

  • Learning and creating

  • Experimenting

  • Lack of social opportunities

  • Impact of hearing loss on learning


How do i fit in ages 12 18
HOW DO I FIT IN?Ages 12-18


Fitting in finding a place in the world
FITTING INFinding a Place in the World

  • “Who Am I” – my identity

  • Self as separate from family

  • Peer relationships

  • Sense of belonging

    • Understanding feelings of others

  • Confronting “deafness”

    • Cultural identity

    • Interacting/navigating hearing world

    • Daily hassles of being deaf


Learning to love ages 18 35
LEARNING TO LOVEAges 18-35


Learning to love independence part ii
LEARNING TO LOVE(Independence Part II)

  • Separate from family

    • Emerging Adulthood

  • Form long term relationships

  • Work/school/careers

  • Communicating feelings and needs

  • Isolation

    • Geographic isolation

    • Linguistic isolation

    • Limited selection of partners

    • Limited career choices


  • Final two stages
    Final two stages

    Helping Family and Community

    • Ages 35-70

    • Family/Career accomplishments

    • Limited economic/community resources

      Reflect on a Good Life

    • Ages 70+

    • Deal with loss and death

    • Early isolation/limited resources

    • Dependent on hearing family


    Being competent in a language is the key to social and emotional success and well being
    Being competent in a languageis the key tosocial and emotionalsuccess and well being


    Language comptency
    LANGUAGE COMPTENCY

    • Interact with others

    • Acquire information

    • Question information

    • Form own opinions

    • Be a thinker

    • Be independent


    Language is necessary for your child to become a social and emotional being
    Language is necessaryfor your child to becomea social and emotionalbeing


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