Dental Nursing 5234: Unit 302 Safeguarding Project Research and explain what safeguarding is. Safeguarding is system that is protecting child or vulnerable adult from anything that can hurt them. There are many forms of harm connected with safeguarding such: poor access to health care; not been treated the same way as others; been abused or neglected, impairment of the health, maltreatment or impairment of the development.
Hawaii, which is an island state that many consider paradise on earth, is rich in beauty. American citizens come from all over the nation to visit Hawaii due to its unique landscape that isn’t found anywhere else in the United State. Hawaii is also known as the “Aloha State.” This nickname was given due to the fact that the word aloha is one of the most commonly used words in the state. Aloha can mean goodbye or hello, and can also communicate welcome and love.
I am reading To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee, and I am on page 188. This book is about Scout, Dill, and Jem finding a mad dog named Tim Johnson. Atticus shoots it and they learn that he was the best shot in Maycomb county when he was younger. Jem gets mad at Mrs. Dubose and wrecks her camellias because she says bad things about Atticus. He has to read to her everyday for two hours as a punishment.
The cycle of abuse model describes sexually abusive behaviour as being part of a maladaptive response to stressors in a young person’s life (O’Reilly & Carr, 2004). It is worth noting that Lane’s ‘abuse cycle’ is a descriptive model (Level III), and not one which purports to define the various causal factors that lead to sexually abusive behaviour (Ward et al., 2006). It consists of three main stages or phases: the precipitating phase, the compensatory phase and finally the integration phase (Lane, 1997). According to this model a stressful event can result in low self‐esteem and feelings of powerlessness (Lane, 1997).
02/25/16 -The Assessment Summary has substantiated the child abuse and neglect as a FOUNDED. The mother has been charged with 40 criminal charges related to child abuse. (See Attached) 02/23/17 - Citizen Review Board, Josephine Circuit Court, Findings and Recommendations. Bethany remains placed in her long term DDS placement.
The parental neglect The mother is strongly influenced by her own father. She was raised the same way by her father. She believed that raising a child is just providing a place to sleep and provide food. One can clearly see the evidence based on Piaget’s theory of cognitive development (Bukato & Daehler, 1995), with the mother’s poor cognitive development, Carol did not acquire an opportunity to experience and understand the world. Carol did not have the opportunity to assimilate and accommodate equilibrium.
According to Sperry & Sperry (2012), Cognitive –Behavioral case conceptualizations include a clinical, cultural, and treatment formulation that emphasize signature elements such as predisposition (maladaptive cognitions/behaviors), treatment goals, treatment focus, treatment strategy and treatment interventions. In efforts to demonstrate an example of a Cognitive – Behavioral case conceptualization statement, Client A is presented. Client A is a 9 year old female Caucasian, 4th grader.
How does Child Maltreatment impact a child’s development? Child Maltreatment is a devastating problem in contemporary society that affects all sectors of the population. Every child has the right to a healthy life free from violence, though each year millions of children around the world fall victims to child maltreatment (McNichol & Tash, 2001). Subsequently, child maltreatment is a huge global problem with a serious impact on the victims’ physical and mental health, wellbeing and development throughout their lives – and, by extension on their families, wider communities and society. Understanding the relationship between child maltreatment and the developmental effects it causes is important because it is not only necessary in providing
Here is yet another generation left broken. Unfortunately, alcoholism is a cycle means the children of people with substance abuse issues will often become addicts themselves, thus, creating another broken generation. Substance abuse is a growing issue in America; therefore, there is a rise in the prevalence of the following symptoms: depression, anxiety, and Posttraumatic Stress Disorder. Doctor Sarah William in her article “What Happens to Children of Alcoholic Parents?” explains that approximately 30 million adolescents are decedents of addicts. This becomes 30 million human beings with an increased risk for psychological issues, as well as, many other conditions.
Physical Abuse: Physical Abuse is categorized as harm inflicted on a child which is non-accidental. Physical abuse can range from hitting, punching, scratching, biting, kicking, throwing, stabbing, choking, throwing, being beaten with an object or having objects thrown at them or even burning. This kind of physical abuse is generally perpetrated by the parents, care givers or family members living in the house. According to our textbook "Any injury is considered abuse regardless of whether the caregiver intended to hurt the child (CWIGW, 2013)." Neglect: Neglect is the failure of a parent, caregiver or family member to provide the child with basic living needs.
Case Study 2 As a setting it is our responsibility to note down all events seen, including the date, time and where it took place. It is also important to monitor this, seeing if the child comes to the nursery like this often, or on particular days. It is our duty to safeguard the child and if we feel that they are being 'neglected' we have the right to report it. However, we could support the mother by having an informal meeting, talking about any issues that she may be having.
their kids is a debatable topic. Spanking can lead to long-term abuse as well as other side factors. Spanking should not be able be allowed based on the chain reaction that leads to physical, mental and emotional abuse, and also abandonment. The Healthy Place has stated “that one-third of children who have wIn today’s society parents being able to spankitnessed battering from their mother or father demonstrate significant behavioural and emotional problems”. If it excels from a simple spanking, it can turn into physical abuse.
Punishment is defined as the deliberate infliction of pain on a person for the sake of attaining revenge (Gilligan, 2000, p. 746). The social construct of punishment is prison; it is putting the wrongdoer behind bars. Society seeks revenge, and revenge can be prison. Penitentiaries or prisons are institutions, the main purpose is to inflict pain on people for the sake of revenge (Gilligan, 2000, p. 746). Furthermore, punishment tends to be subjective and irrational in comparison to being objective which would remove the emotion.