The observations of parents form significant part of the evaluation of the doctor, as they make use of their input as the means of further investigation. The clinicians analyses the weight, height, reflex and other age appropriate behaviour of the child in order to diagnose the problem. The doctor creates link between the parents observational and clinical observation in order to reach on conclusion (Parkes, et al., 2008). Motor skill development analysis is important because the main reason behind cerebral palsy is either brain malformation or brain injury that takes place during birth, fetal development or after birth. The damage occurs in different parts of the brain due to which the motor control is affected extensively.
I believe multicultural sensitivity that I demonstrate as an individual is one of other strengths that I am able to contribute towards the mission of the clinic. As I have the knowledge of social and psychological needs of older adults, I am able to interact with patients at Oak Street very well. Taking surveys and welcoming patients to share their ideas, I have
Child Abuse: Child abuse has been defined as physical, emotional, sexual abuse or neglect (Child Care Act 1991 cited in The Department of Health 1996). Institutional Abuse: Institutional abuse can be defined as any type of a system or programme, policy or procedure or individual interaction with a child in a care placement that causes abuse, neglect or is harmful to a child's well-being (Eliana Gi1 1982 cited in The Department Health 1996) Policy: A policy can be defined as a written statement that indicates clearly the values of an organisation on a certain subject (Health Information and Quality Authority 2006 cited in Health Service Executive 2009).
But now, researchers have begun to reveal what happens in the brain following this kind of trauma. Trauma can cause lasting changes in the areas of the brain that deal with stress, namely the amygdala, hippocampus, and prefrontal
It helped me gain better understanding on the pro and cons of consequences of divorce in children. I will use this source to contrast my idea on how divorce affects children and adolescent. Chase-Lansdale, P. L., & Hetherington, E. M. (1990). The impact of divorce on life-span development: Short and long term effects. Life-span development and behavior, 10, 105-150.
There are many different ways for a trauma to affect a person’s life. One of the most prominent means is through childhood experience. Adolescent and teenage years are both essential stages of development; when trauma disrupts this process, the mind and body can be effected more so than that of an adult who has never experienced trauma before. Greenwald’s “Childhood Handbook” provides multiple scenarios regarding the affects a trauma can bestow on a child. The novel “Trauma and Recovery,” by Judith Herman, goes into detail regarding the topic of captivity and how it can intensify the trauma one has endured for a period of time.
Introduction There have been a variety of studies, which have established how disruptions to attachment and bonding can negatively effect on emotional and psychological development. Family separation and loss experiences have been clearly identified as a risk factor for mental health problems in childhood and adulthood. Way of thinking, temperament and experiences all things play important roles, children who have had broken up relationships with primary caregivers are more likely to have compromised mental health. Separation and loss can be traumatic and its impact depends on the situation of the separation or loss. The work of Van der Kolk (1996) and others (Glaser, 1998) also work on the effect of attachment on mental health ,time addition ,situation ,or conflict between child r care giver, sometimes effect psychological and biologically.
Knowing that, I had a wonderful learning experience in my live practicum and with the IHI case studies and FEMA certificate is a rewarding feeling. All the practicum components helped me to have an improved understanding of quality and safe
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hat have been developing to understand and explain the origins and causes of child abuse. Psychological Theories This theory focuses on the impulsive and psychological traits of the offenders. According to Corby (2000), often the individual abuser may have been abuse in childhood, thus causing abnormalities are responsible for abuse. i. Attachment Theory Bowlby (1951) talks about this theory whereby he explains that the separation of a child from the mother in the first five years may lead to psychological and social difficulties in later life.
He has demonstrated a satisfactory understanding of sequencing historical dates along a timeline and the difference between primary and secondary sources. He investigated an archaeological mystery and using a range of different sources he presented his findings in a forensic report, to a satisfactory standard. Charlotte has shown interest in history this term. She is able to confidently sequence historical events in chronological order. Charlotte has good time management as she was able to submit a draft, which benefited the final outcome of her Narrabeen Man report.
Dearden & Becker (2004) identified that the responsibilities exhibited by young carers depends upon the nature of the illness, which can include physical, mental, learning or sensory disabilities. Many researchers identify general caring responsibilities to include emotional support, domestic care, both looking after the adult and other siblings (Michail and Smyth:2010) However, as Becker and Aldridge (2003) highlighted the importance of establishing whether those caring for parental mental illnesses have distinct and particular needs. Similarly, Cox and Pakenham (2014) conducted research into measurement and structure of a measure called the Young Carer of Parents Inventory (YCOPI). The results suggest that there is a considerable difference in caregiving experiences within the range of young carers who were accessed by the YCOPI-A.