Meeza Struggles In Usa Essay

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CS1-MEZA struggle in US Introduction A. [Capture reader’s interest] B. [Build case through logic] C. [Topic sentence/thesis statement] Presenting the Problem The Meza Family has been referred to CPS and I because Grandmother Meza took her youngest grandchild to huesero that resulted in bruises. The grandchild, Minerva was born premature and has also been in the hospital multiple times because of pneumonia. The girl also may have cerebral palsy. Mrs. Meza also is in the U.S. illegally, she had the opportunity to legalize her immigrant statues but her mother got sick. Mrs. Meza returned to Mexico to care for her mother for six mother. Biological resources While Mr. Meza has health insurance coverage that covers his children and himself. With the fact that Mr. Meza’s youngest child Minerva was born premature, it paid most of the …show more content…

Meza feels that God is punishing her. Other than this statement there is no indication of the family formally being a part of a church. Major theories/perspectives used to analyze the study Erikson’s Theory of Psychosocial Development applies to every member of the Meza family. Erikson’s Theory of Psychosocial Development eight stages that cover the lifespan. While Erikson incorporated many of Freud’s theory, Erikson was interested in how social contact and associations played a role in the development and growth of human beings. A second theory that applies is Micro, Mezzo and Macro levels of conceptualization. Each member of the family can be helped by seeing to their spirituality, impulse control, work/school, ethnic identity, health, and emotional development. Life Span Perspectives Age/Developmental stage. Minerva is at Stage Two: Autonomy vs. Shame and Doubt. At 2 years old she should be learning to do things self-sufficiently and gaining a sense of self-confidence. Due to Minerva’s health issues learning to do things on her own may be hard and lead to

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