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Anticipatory Guidance for Neonates to Adolescents Table

Anticipatory guidance helps family, caregivers, and others know what to expect according to the child’s growth and development. The guidance is done through collaboration between the healthcare provider and the caregiver. It is sometimes thought of as a type of counseling. Nurse practitioners working in pediatric primary care need to be experts on anticipatory guidance. There are excellent resources available and these are being updated as technologies and environments change.

This Assignment will demonstrate your ability to describe age-specific anticipatory guidance for the child and the family. Additionally, you will then have a reference table for quick glance created by you for future encounters with pediatric individuals and their families.

This assignment has a template that you will use to fill in the relevant elements of the anticipatory guidance per age group. The columns provide guidance to the specific areas such as safety and immunizations. If there is an area that is not applicable, such as oral health in infancy-newborn group, then place N/A in the box.

APA style, refernces no older than 5 years

AGE GROUP

PHYSICAL DEVELOPMENT AND MENTAL HEALTH

NUTRITION AND PHYSICAL ACTIVITY

ORAL HEALTH

SAFETY CONCERNS

IMMUNIZATIONS

Infancy- Newborn Visit

Infancy-First Week Visit

Infancy-1 Month Visit

Infancy-2 Month Visit

Infancy-4 Month Visit

Infancy-6 Month Visit

Infancy-9 Month Visit

Early Childhood-12 Month Visit

Early Childhood-15 Month Visit

Early Childhood-18 Month Visit

Early Childhood-2 Year Visit

Early Childhood-2.5 Year Visit

Early Childhood-3 Year Visit

Early Childhood-4 Year Visit

Middle Childhood-5 and 6 Year Visits

Middle Childhood-7 and 8 Year Visits

Middle Childhood-9 and 10 Year Visits

Early Adolescence-11 to 14 Year Visits

Middle Adolescence-15 to 17 Year Visits

Late Adolescence-18 to 21 Year Visits