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Esther B. Hess, Ph.D. FCICPP, Board Certified, Diplomate-Fellow. D.I.R. Certified & D.I.R. Senior Clinician Clinical Psychologist,Lic.#16090 Child Adolescent & Family Autism & Selective Mutism Regulatory Disorders & Developmental Delays Web page: www.Drhessautism.com

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Esther b hess ph d fcicpp board certified diplomate fellow
Esther B. Hess, Ph.D.FCICPP, Board Certified,Diplomate-Fellow

D.I.R. Certified & D.I.R. Senior Clinician

Clinical Psychologist,Lic.#16090

Child Adolescent & Family

Autism & Selective Mutism

Regulatory Disorders & Developmental Delays

Web page: www.Drhessautism.com

E-mail: [email protected]

www.DrHessCenterForTheDevelopingMind.org

Phone #: (310) 444-0111 / (310) 652-7581

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The Functional Developmental Growth Chart

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Developmental Stages

6b.Creates logical bridges between

three or more emotional ideas.

6a. Creates logical bridges

between ideas.

5b. Use ideas (words/symbols)

beyond expressing basic.

Child is making slightly quicker

progress than the expected rate.

5a. Use ideas (words/symbols)

to convey intentions or feelings.

4b. Organize chains of interactions

(complex problem solving).

4a.Organize chains of interaction

(simple problem solving).

Child is making slightly slower

progress than the expected rate.

3. Interacts in purposeful

manner.

2. Engages in relationships.

Developmental problems are

becoming greater as the child

is becoming older.

1. Focuses and attends to

sighs and sounds.


Outline of the dir model

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OUTLINE OF THEDIR MODEL

Developmental

history

Assessment of

sensory processing

Observation of

Family patterns

Biomedical

assessment

Assessment of

sensory modulation

Functional

Developmental

Evaluation

Review of

Current functioning

Assessment of

motor and

perceptual motor

functioning

Observation of child

caregiver interaction

Assessment of

auditory processing and

functional language skills

Review and/or observation

of educational program

and peer interactions


Music & Dance

Musical Instruments, microphones

hula hoops, mirrors, ribbons, slinkees...

Thematic Play

Play sets, large and small, representing real

life experiences-kitchens, workbench, garage,

jail, play house, adult and child figures,

dinosaurs, pirates, pirate ships, space stations,

dress-up, wands, Popular figures i.e.,

Disney, Thomas Train, Sesame Street,

super heroes, bad guys, ghosts, monsters...

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Motor Planning

SmallMotor Sensory

Tactile toys- squeeze toys, Koosh balls,

large marbles, play dough, putty, foam.

Oral/motor- whistles, straws.

Cause/effect toys- puzzles, large paper,

markers, paints, magic tricks...

Trays-water, bean, rice and/or sand trays.

Motor Planning

LargeMotor Sensory

Blocks, balls, bowling pins, swings,

obstacle courses, trampoline

Outdoor play equipment; bikes,

scooters, balls, chalk, sand play toys...

Auditory/ Verbal Processing

Augmentative communication,

Auditory games -Simon says

Identifying sounds and objects

on tapes, books, auditory

discrimination materials...

Visual/Spatial

Quantitative/ Time & Space

Flashlights, magnifying glasses,

various construction blocks, coins,

mazes, charades, and other games.

eye/hand activities-games, puzzles,

sequence story cards…



Family

Support

Parent/Sibling/

Grandparent support

Community education

& Outreach

Specific Therapies

As required:

*Speech & Language

*Occupational therapy

*Physical therapy

*Perceptual Motor

*Visual/Spatial

*Nutritional Counseling

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Comprehensive

Functional

Developmental

Intervention

Program

Biomedical

Interventions

Western/Homeopathic/

Eastern medicine,

Bio-feed back,

Genetic counseling

Home Programs

To include:

Spontaneous developmentally

appropriate Interactions

(Floor Time),

semi-structured problem-solving

(e.g. play dates),

and motor, sensory, and

visual/spatial activities.

School Program

To include three elements:

Spontaneous developmentally appropriate

Interactions with teachers & peers,

semi-structured problem solving and motor,

(e.g. lunch buddies),

sensory, and visual/spatial activities

(e.g. play dough station),

plus educational and social activities.




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