Patients should not have to deal with that kind of pressure, it is already enough having to go through treatment every day. With hemodialysis patients are able to become more independent in treating their disease. Patients shouldn 't have to feel to put a burden on their family to be taken care of. Having the home hemodialysis doesn 't only help patients, but the family as well. Moreover, Davis (2013) noted that despite home hemodialysis benefiting patients, "With quality teaching principles and good training resources, patients can even make Nephrology nurses’ lives easier because of their increased independence" ( p291-292.
Joseph A. Doyle Jr. (2007) discusses, “Children investigated for abuse or neglect are not tracked over time in a systematic way.” (p.1584). If the foster system does not efficiently track the wellbeing of these children, it makes it difficult to provide all the necessary support for them. Providing a program that will help track, transition, and counsel these children will greatly impact the overall improvement of the foster system. Foster care was not meant to be a permanent solution for these children. It was not developed to traumatize or negatively impact the outcome for the children place in the system.
Some of these children may not be old enough to have a voice or they just are too shy. By having those in society aware of the signs and symptoms of child abuse we are hoping to break down the cycle. Some parents may not even believe that what they are doing to their child is a sign of child abuse but it could be something that has been passed down from their parents. What parents have to remember is that there are many ways of parenting around the world, this does not mean that anything goes, as long as it’s “cultural”, parents must adapt to what is acceptable in the dominant culture around them (Pennsylvania Family Support Alliance website, 2016, para.
But does this mean that doctors are diagnosing patients with ADHD just because they are less mature than some of their peers instead of having a definite behavioral hyperactivity? Clearly the diagnoses of ADHD is up for question. New research has proven that the maturity level of the child does play a role in the child 's performance at school. But that doesn 't mean that the child automatically has ADHD because he or she can 't pay attention as well as someone a year older. Therefore why is there such a raise in
Talking about the hard decision to use or not medication for children with autism in order to improve their quality of life, we can say that their parents should think twice. According with Broun and Umbarger (2005) children and adults with ASD could display behaviors that can degrade their quality of life and require some form of intervention. Also, Broun and Umbarger, suggesting that the use of medication in children and adults with ASD can be a viable process that make them able to live safely and access a broader range of activities in their home, schools and communities. But, I disagree with the fact that in order to improve their quality of life, relatives should administer certain form of medication. I consider that this option could
“Kids should be going to pre-k because it helps kids prepare for the social, academic, and emotional demands of Kindergarten. pre-k helps them get ready to learn,”says Sarah Murphy, an Occupational Therapist who works in the Torrington schools. There is a clear academic advantage with kids who go to pre-k. Children who attend will have an advantage in their reading and math skills. Students are less likely to drop out of High School if they attend preschool
Even further, the results of both the treatment approaches varied differently. The Sharkey et al. treatment showed that the group therapy along with the parental education of how to help their children showed very good results: all of the children felt more confident in speaking at school, and the parents reported lowered anxiety in helping their children. On the other hand the treatment done by Manassis and Tannock (2008) showed promising results through medical treatment. The medicine used, selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors, showed better improvement in functioning with their speech in all
Hiring a Child Life Specialist to work with pediatrics and be present during imaging sessions or non-invasive procedures, in place of using anesthesia, can limit a child 's exposure and aid in emotional health. Child Life Specialists understand the different emotional and cognitive stages of children, and can better prepare them and their family members for procedures based on developmental and cultural needs (Brewer et al., 2006). Several studies have shown that "children who received preparation, rehearsal, and supportive care were significantly less distressed and more cooperative" during procedures (Brewer et al., 2006, p. 14). Likewise, parents were more pleased with their hospital experience when questions were answered, misconceptions were alleviated, and attentive care was given. (Brewer et al.,
Spanking is a disciplinary action where children can learn from it. Many oppose spanking as a form of discipline because psychologists, therapist, counselors plus many others have researched the behavioral, psychological and emotional effects. Some have found that it can lead to depression, delinquency etc. I do not think that spankings cause negative affects because of studies and personal experience. Certain circumstance in the household along with spanking may lead to negative outcomes.
Children with ADHD Attention Psychiatric Association says that up to 11% of children in the U.S have been diagnosed with ADHD. This is a concerning percentage considering the possibility for misdiagnosis. Many children have been misdiagnosed with ADHD due to parents being overwhelmed by their high energy children, Schools not questioning a misdiagnosis because they get more funding for a child with a mental handicap, and because doctors choose the easy way out when treating a child with high energy. The first reason why children are being misdiagnosed for ADHD because parents are being overwhelmed by their high energy children. “The child 's only advocate is the parent who lacked the courage to apply discipline” (Guelph Murphy 2006).
According to Lori, fifty percent of her practice is counseling, forty percent is parenting coordination or other work for the court systems and ten percent is evaluations. Typical issues presented by her clients are mainly anxiety, depression, perfectionism, OCD, and family issues. Lori uses cognitive behavioral theory mostly for her work. She calls herself “eclectic” and will use whatever will work. Some rewards for her current counseling position is being able to see a kid regulate their own emotions and have the coping skills to help with their anxiety, depression, perfectionism, etc.
This helps putting a pause on the puberty and let children have a little more time to grow and develop and be more confident of their gender identity. The drawback of this treatment is that very little research has been done in this field. According to few studies that have been done in past the distress about gender will shift with time. According to one of the doctor the majority of kids with gender dysphoria will not grow up to transgender adolescents or adults. Starting puberty blocking medicals as early as possible is very important for some people because if major changes accords like growing of breasts or deepening of voice they cannot be
Then you’ll feel better.’ “ There are many of these examples depicted online, and while some may find them “stupid” or “whiny” you must take the time to consider that just like a physical illness, a mental illness is serious. This is why, in high schools and middle schools where we don’t have counselors available for children and teenagers who most obviously need help, the problem could evolve into one of much more severity. An example of this could be a child who has separated parents, but a great school life. Said child is popular at school, but one day a classmate notices that whenever the two have playdates, they almost always go to one of two different houses, and now they’ve singled out a child who is different. Now, because of his parent’s separation, he is distanced from both his peers and teachers, and now his grades began to plummet.
This is also widely believed to be the more common type of ADHD. While the school system cannot mandate a parent place their child on ADHD medicine there is still a fair amount of pressure felt by parents/caregivers to do so once their child is diagnosed with ADHD. This pressure comes from the desire of both parents/caregivers and school officials to see the child succeed academically, stay out of behavioral trouble in school, and to do well socially. There is also a struggle in the school room on how to deal with children with ADHD who are not on medicine. What actions are appropriate for discipline?