Every parent aspires to be the best parent, ultimately by meeting their infants’ needs and most importantly by spending quality time and attending to them (Kelly). However, there comes the demanding moment when mothers of babies have too many commitments to attend to them fully. Whereas daycares come in handy to alleviate this problem, there are occasions that have shed doubt over their indented value to the children. First, it must be noted with emphasis that as much as the day cares are simply ‘waiting bays’ for the children as their parents engage in their daily tasks, they turn out to be very instrumental in the development of the children, owing to the huge amount of time spent there. This paper draws from previous research performed by scholars to frame the thesis that day cares have continually lost their fundamental meaning, and modern parents ought to look for safer and sound alternatives.
Everyone would agree that child care providers work long exhausting hours caring for societies most precious asset - our children. They deserve to have holidays and vacations to get refreshed and spend time with their own families. The big BUT, however, is should this be paid time off that is billable to parents. What do you think? Should parents be required to pay their child care provider for holidays and/or vacation time?
Almost every day either one or two staffs will call in to report sick or request for urgent leave. And because of the absenteeism, the ward constantly faced with a shortfall of manpower, which leads to unhappiness among the staffs. Most typical reason given was not feeling well, while others could be due to family matters that could not permit them to report for duty. The issues have been highlighted to our superior, where possible strategies have been ruled out to reduce the absenteeism rate. One of the strategies that have been implanted by sisters in the ward is that they will monitor staffs absenteeism rate for every month.
Fakhri Rajab article "First Blame the Parents" is about how parents rely on maids and servants .The author discusses how parents hold maids and servants responsible for everything in the house.The article also shows kids now a day have everything done for them and how that might affect them in the future . Fahkri sees that maid hold beyond their responsibility and they don’t have enough time to spend with themselves. The author finds that some of the tasks performed by maids should be done by parents. He shows how frustrated he is because parents do not appreciate gods gift and leave their children all day.According to the author parents barely spend quality time with their children, talking to them and teaching the more about life form their experince.The author finds that kids hanging with maids for a long period affects the may they think as most often hey have a different religion and they speak a different language and that might have a negative effect on the kids. In his article Fakhri discusses how badly maids are treated in kuwait.He says they are insulted and humiliated to do things that are beyond what they are supposed to do.
Although the family is from the dominant culture, they live in an area mostly populated with wealthy, well educated people. An’s father’s illness often prevents him from working, leaving the burden of supporting the family on her mother. Her mother is also the main caregiver for An’s father and grandmother; putting further strain upon the mother’s ability to maintain steady work hours and be present for An. Additionally, An’s educational delay requires educational assistance that could socially separate her from her peers, creating a greater dependence upon adults. Factoring in these elements would help a therapist from any theoretical orientation develop culturally appropriate goals with An and her
This short commercial explores the double standards and gender bias that many women face in the workplace. We’ve been looking at the idea of gender stereotyping and gender bias in the past few weeks; for example, how women are seen as more domestic, emotionally caring people while men are seen as rational, dedicated workers. A mother’s place is with her children, whereas the father should provide for his family. Women who decide to work are considered ‘selfish’. Men who work after hours are ‘dedicated’.
In the tourism business the need for labor has been increasing. “ Those seeking work---or parents seeking jobs for their children---naturally gravitate towards establishments with a demand for unskilled labor”( Edralin, 2002). The tourism business is looking for children that will easily work for the business. Considering the fact that lots of people our out of work, children are put to work to help feed their families. “ Because of the extraordinary degree of irregularity of the industry, the low pay and status of most employees, and the lack of controls operating in its unofficial fringes, young people are found
2.2.7. Challenges of caring for preterm newborns at home. Caring for a preterm newborn is a herculean task with so many challenges in the form of psychological, physical and financial due to the extra care it requires. A healthy term baby born is always a joy and called for celebration by both immediate and extended family members but in the case of preterm birth, parents are left with feeling of fear and grief due to the anticipated challenges that they may face. A qualitative study done Nabiwemba et al (2014) on recognition and home care of low birth weight neonates which are similar to preterm babies found out that, the major challenges of mothers caring for these babies were the issue of not bathing the baby, not giving other foods except
A single-parent must work full time to be able to afford to provide for themselves and their child. They must also be able to still have time to offer an exuberant amount of emotional time for the well being of their child. However, even though this may seem impossible, it can be done. As this subject continues to be looked down on people must realize that single parents are becoming more common in today’s world. Since 1995 the American
So they can be put to do any jobs without much difficulty and they are also more active and quick. Employers find them more amenable to discipline and control. 2.1.4 Lack of Educational Facilities It is widely accepted that immediate and poor educational facilities as well as the neglect of the enforcement of free and compulsory education for all children below the age 14 years leads to child labour. Because of prevalent of poverty their families are not able to afford the expenditure on education, however, less it may be. Education facilities were not available for girls belonging to traditional families have purdah among the families.