Anthony, aged 9 years and 11 months.
Anthony is sociable and curious. Initiates contact and maintains a good dialogue.
Anthony is self-care and the new of independence corresponds to the calendar age. Orients well both in the family and school environment, as well as in the wider social environment.
His ideas about the world are built, but they are a little poorer than expected for the age. Anthony is open to information and new experiences.
He has a formed spatial gnosis, orients himself well to the location of objects relative to each other. Quantitative representations are constructed. Has good construction skills.
Uses correctly constructed sentences. He can read and write. Narrates an event or text in a chronological and logical sequence.
Attention is normal, with slightly reduced working capacity. Memory is normal.
It is studied according to the general program at school, meeting the requirements. With better motivation and the formation of better effort skills, there can be better achievements.
Anthony is an extrovert, builds and maintains interpersonal relationships with children, respects authority. He is a significant figure to his brother and sister and is attached to them.
Nancy, 6 years and 6 months old.
Nancy is sociable, quickly establishes contact. She is physically active and loves movement games.
Gross motor skills are well developed, fine motor skills correspond to a slightly younger age.
Knows household items and their purpose. Names plants, animals, body parts. The pronunciation is broken. Speech is poor and agrammatic.
Concepts of color and shape are not fully developed. Does not specify a corresponding color upon request. After a demonstration, he draws a circle and parallel lines, but not a square.
Common ideas about the world are poor and fragmentary.
Stability of attention is impaired, working capacity and range are reduced. It does not detect 4-5 differences in 2 pictures.
The memory is mainly mechanical, and has slight disturbances.
It is difficult to navigate the location of objects relative to each other in space. Constructive skills correspond to a lower age.
Thinking is figurative. Nancy traces causal relationships of a domestic nature. It does not differentiate an essential feature. Does not arrange 3 pictures in correct sequence. Does not differentiate a redundant object in a group of images. Intellectual functioning is within Mild Mental Retardation.
Nancy initiates contacts and plays with children. He does not always judge and respect personal space and does not have an adequate strategy for dealing with conflicts and difficulties.
Rio, 7 years and 6 months old.
Rio is mischievous and sociable. Shows curiosity about new toys and people. Loves movement games.
The development of gross motor skills corresponds to age, fine motor skills are not well developed. Knows household items and their purpose. Orients well in familiar surroundings. ideas about color and shape are not fully developed and poison at a younger age. Understands greater and less, but not more – less. It cannot add and subtract.
The vocabulary is poor and includes mostly everyday words. Uses short simple sentences. The pronunciation is broken. Has difficulty understanding questions and instructions and does better when accompanied by a demonstration.
Attention is disturbed with concentration and resistance. Tends to switch activities before completing the previous one. Easily distracted by external stimuli. Memory is mechanical.
Rio finds it difficult to navigate the placement of objects relative to each other. Constructive skills correspond to a lower age.
Groups objects by a common feature, but does not differentiate an essential feature in images and words. Traces cause-and-effect relationships in events related to life and the immediate environment. intellectual functioning is within Mild Mental Retardation.
Rio likes to play with children. When an advantage is taken away or minimal provocation, he often reacts with impulsive aggressive reactions – hitting, screaming, crying. Hard to follow rules and boundaries. Social skills do not correspond to calendar age.