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Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Jak Korygowac Obnizone Napiecie Jezyka

Basia Panko, 6 month old, 2008
Pytanie Rodzica:
“Bylismy na kontroli u lekarza rehabilitacji i logopedy. Wg logopedy coreczka nasza rozwija sie prawidlowo, ale Pani zwrocila uwage na lekko obnizone napiecie jezyka. Coreczka nasza wystawia go. Powiedziala jak karmic lyzeczka i zwrocila uwage na to, ze nie powinnam juz karmic piersia. Co sadzisz na ten temat? Nie chcialabym Jej odstawiac. Czy moglabys nam polecic jakies cwiczenia logopedyczne? Moze ksiazki?”
Odpowiedz:
Najpierw polecalabym sparawdzic czy migdalki dziecka sa normalnych rozmiarow. Jesli sa powiekszone moga blokowac droge oddechowa i wowczas dziecko kompensuje to oddychaniem przez usta zamiast nos. Przy otwartych ustech jezyk leniwie spoczywa w dolnej czesci jamy ustnej.
Podobny odruch pojawia sie przy niedroznym nosie spowodowanym krzywa przegroda nosa, zapaleniu zatok, infekcji drog oddechowych, zapaleniu ucha swodkowego czy alergicznym katarze.

Jesli powyzsze trudnosci zostana wykluczone nalezy zorpoczac codzienna i systematyczna stymulacje jezyka i miesni jamy ustnej. Najlepsze wyniki osiaga sie kiedy dziecko jest wypoczete i wlaczone w zabawe terapeutyczna.

Napisalam kilka artykulow, ktore moga posluzyc jako przewodnik. Mimo iz sa one po angielsku mozna przyjrzec sie zawartym w nich zdjeciom i materialom terapeutycznym stosowanym podczas cwiczen.

Artykuly mozesz otworzyc przez nacisniecie tytulow .
  1. Decrease Tongue Protrusion and Improve Oral-Motor Strength – PobudzenieLeniwego Jezyka i Poprawienie Sparawnosci Miesni Jamy Ustnej. (Przyczyny, podstawowe zasady terapii, metody i techniki pracy.) 
  2. Straws Therapy - Terapia Slomkowa (Bardzo skuteczna i lubiana przez dzieci. Slomki roznej grubosci, dlugosci i ksztaltow moga byc uzywane do wciagania plynow jak i wydmuchiwania powietrza, np. malowania obrazkow czy wyscigu pomponow i wacianych kulek. Do cwiczen dmuchania mozna rowniez uzyc wiatraczki.)
  3. Whistle and Horns as Therapy Tools – Terapia Gwizdkowa (W sklepach z asortymantem na przyjecia mozna znalezc przerozne gwizdki. Niktore z nich udzwieczniane sa na skutek wydechu a inne wdechu powietrza. Liczy sie uklad ust wokol i zamkniecie ustnika.) 
  4. Oral-Motor Exercises – Cwiczenia Miesni Jamy Ustnej (Warto prowadzic je przed duzym lustrem, tak aby dziecko jednoczesnie moglo widziec siebie i terapeute. Do masarzu twarzy mozna zastosowac krem nawilzajacy i male reczniczki o roznej temperaturze.) 
  5. Sensory and Feeding Products – Producty Stosowane w Terapii Odwrazliwianiai Karmienia (Bardzo polecam kubki z wycieciem na nos, Cut-out Cup. Mozna je latwo zrobic domowym sposobem. Dobrze gdyby kubki z pokrywkami nie mialy ustnika tylko niewielki otwor na wylatujacy plyn. Zastepnikiem tradycyjnego sippy cup moze byc kubek z miekka slomka, ktora mozna schowac przy zamknieciu, Hunny Bear Cup. Poza tym zacheczam do stosowania roznych rodzajow lyzeczek. Na poczatku przy karmieniu lyzeczka, umiesc jedzenie centralnie na jezyju jednioczenie uciskajac jezyk lyzeczka. Spowoduje to zmniejszenie wystawiania jezyka podczas jedzenia. Z czasem kiedy wystawianie jezyka zmniejszy sie wkladaj jedzenie z bokow, blizej koncikow ust i pomiedzy zeby. Zacheci to dziecko do czestrzego przezuwania i bocznej pracy jezyka.) 
  6. Feeding Development Table - Etapy Rozwoju Pokarmowego Dziecka/Tabelka (warto do niej zajrzec i zobaczyc na jakim etapie jest Twoje dziecko.) 

Moim zadaniem odstawienie od piersi nie jest konieczne, nalezy jednak pamietac o urozmaicaniu diety, konsystencji podawanych plynow i pokarmow, roznorodnosci smakow, zapacow i temperatury, stosowaniu rozmaitych lyzeczek oraz zamknietych i otwartych kubkow.

Powyzej zamieszczone materialy sa bardzo obszerne, wiec prosze pytac jesli pojawia sie jakiekolwiek watpliwosci. Mam nadzieje, ze pomoga spojrzec na problem obnizonego napiecia jezyka z szerszej perspektywy i postawia go w bardziej optymistycznym swietle.
             


Tuesday, April 25, 2017

Inspirational Precepts for Kids and Teenagers

What Are Their?
Precepts are powerful principles.
Precepts are commands intended especially as a general rule of action. Precepts are suggestions, not obligatory pieces of advice which are communicated typically through teaching. When you understand and apply them in your life they can give you the strength to concur everything that comes before you.
Precepts - Synonym 
  • Rules apply to more restricted or specific situations, for example the rules of the game. Anyone who has raised children has found that while they may complain about hard and fast rules, they actually feel more secure with them than with rules that are vague and always open to negotiation. Clear-cut rules don't allow for unspoken agendas to come sneaking in the back door of the mind.
  • Principles are governing actions or procedures.
  • Low implies imposition by a sovereign authority and the obligation of obedience on the part of all subject to that authority.
  • Regulations imply prescription by authority in order to control an organization or system.
  • Statutes imply a law enacted by a legislative body.
  • Ordinances apply to an order governing some detail of procedure or conduct enforced by a limited authority such as a municipality.
  • Canons suggest in nonreligious use a principle or rule of behavior or procedure commonly accepted as a valid guide.
Check my daughter’s favorite 
“365 Days of Wonder: Mr. Browne's Book of Precepts” by R.J. Palacio
Basia finished her 3D puzzels, 2017

365 DAYS OF WONDER is a beautiful companion to the novel "Wonder": a collection of quotes and wise words, one for every day of the year. It includes funny, insightful, inspiring thoughts from WONDER's fans, famous authors and personalities - from Roald Dahl and Paul McCartney to Anne Frank, Tolkien and Popeye - and from the novel itself.
Basia, 2017
Precepts can teach us, guide us, and serve as therapy for suffering hearts and minds.

If you are looking for inspiration learn about Nick Vujicic

Friday, April 14, 2017

Earth Day Every Day

Celebrate it on Saturday, April 22, 2017 or any other day of the year!
This holiday is a humble but joyful way to show your appreciation for the environment.

NY Public Library, April 2017

Environmental Facts:
  • The average American produces more than 4 pounds of garbage per day.
  • Almost half of the food in the U.S. goes to waste (about 3,000 pounds per second.)
  • Every year, Americans throw away enough paper and plastic cups, forks, and spoons to circle the equator 300 times.
April 2017

Simple Changes to Waste Less:
  • The energy saved by recycling one plastic bottle can power a computer for 25 minutes.
  • The energy saved from recycling one glass bottle will operate a 100-watt light bulb for four hours.
Things to Do This Earth Day:
"Things That Grow" by Libby Walden

Books to Inspire Your Explorer:
  • "Things That Grow" by Libby Walden
  • "Urban Roosts, Where Birds Nest in the City" by Barbara Bush
  • "Even an Ostrich Needs a Nest, Where Birds Begin" by Irene Kell

Saturday, April 1, 2017

April – National Poetry Month

Made By Basia Panko, 2017

National Poetry Month is a celebration of poetry introduced in 1996 and organized by the Academy of American Poets as a way to increase awareness and appreciation of poetry in the United States. 1998, National Poetry Month has also been celebrated each April in Canada.
Poems from "I've lost my hippopotamus" by Jack Prelutsky

During 30 days of April we can celebrate the joy, expressiveness, and pure delight of poetry.

Check links for children:
Suggestions from The Academy of American Poets' website poets.org 
  1. Order a free National Poetry Month poster and display it at work or school.
  2. Sign up for Poem-a-Day and read a poem each morning.
  3. Sign up for TeachThis Poem, a weekly series for teachers.
  4. Memorizea poem.
  5. Createan anthology of your favorite poems on Poets.org.
  6. Encourage a young person to participate in the DearPoet project.
  7. Buy a book of poetry from your local bookstore.
  8. Review these concrete examples of howpoetry matters in the United States today.
  9. Learn more about poetsand poetry events in your state.
  10. Ask your governor or mayor for a proclamation in support of National Poetry Month.
  11. Attend a poetry reading at a local university, bookstore, cafe, or library.
  12. Read a poem at an open mic. It’s a great way to meet other writers in your area and find out about your local poetry writing community.
  13. Start a poetryreading group.
  14. Write an exquisitecorpse poem with friends.
  15. Chalka poem on the sidewalk.
  16. Deepen your daily experience by reading EdwardHirsch’s essay “Howto Read a Poem.”
  17. Ask the United States Post Office to issuemore stamps celebrating poets.
  18. Recreate a poet’s favorite food or drink by followinghis or her recipe.
  19. Read about differentpoetic forms.
  20. Read about poems titled “poem.”
  21. Watch a poetrymovie.
  22. Subscribe to AmericanPoets magazine or a small press poetry journal.
  23. Watch Rachel Eliza Griffiths’s P.O.P (Poets on Poetry) videos.
  24. Watch or read Carolyn Forche’s talk “NotPersuasion, But Transport: The Poetry of Witness.”
  25. Read or listen to MarkDoty’s talk “Tideof Voices: Why Poetry Matters Now.”
  26. Read AllenGinsberg’s classicessay about Walt Whitman’s “Leaves of Grass.”
  27. Celebrate Poemin Your Pocket Day today! The idea is simple: select a poem you love, carry it with you, then share it with coworkers, family, and friends.
  28. Sign up for a poetry class or workshop.
  29. Get ready for Mother’s Day by makinga card featuring a lineof poetry.
  30. Read the first chapter of MurielRukeyer’s inspiring book TheLife of Poetry.