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Behaviour A child who abuses other children, draws or plays out violent or sexual scenes with peers or toys might be mimicking behaviour they have experienced. Marked changes in behaviour, inability to concentrate and anxiety about going home are always worth exploring, as is rummaging bins or stealing food and comfort items. 9595 CHAP 2 13-26 16/6/05 8:55 am Page 23 Protecting children 23 Development Any developmental delay can be an indicator of abuse but equally significant is a sudden regression such as the child whose language acquisition suddenly declines or the previously continent child who becomes incontinent.
They have also made attempts to use his knowledge of football-related statistics to lift his profile within the class. His peers are very impressed with his knowledge, and while they still regard him as odd, they respect his abilities and tolerate his differences. SUMMARY These case studies serve to illustrate the notion that there are aspects of good practice that are generic with regard to the support of these children and work across the board. These include: ● the use of structure and routine ● practitioner language ● visual systems ● individualized motivators ● practitioner awareness and knowledge ● appropriate and creative use of support staff ● knowledge of the individual child’s perspective and sensibilities ● a recognition of the role of other children and peer relationships ● a recognition of the role of parents ● a commitment to an inclusive philosophy.
He has frequent bruising to his legs, back and face. His mother says that he is clumsy and often fights with the other children. The staff have noticed his clumsiness in school but he is withdrawn rather than aggressive with both staff and other children. He is afraid of trying anything new in case he makes a mess or a mistake. 9595 CHAP 2 13-26 16/6/05 8:55 am Page 25 Protecting children 25 CASE STUDY continued When he is asked to draw pictures or talk about home, he always says how much he loves his mother and shows no fear of her.