Carroll’s finding of the children who reported higher measures of parental warmth and feeling of love in their childhood had a lower possibility of multisystem health risks. (Judith E. Carroll cited by LaBier, 2014). LaBier has gathered many other researchers’ finding of the adversity of childhood experiences to show the significant impact and provided the way to avoid the children experiencing adversity of childhood. It is important for the parents and psychologists to know the childhood development during these days. LaBier concluded that “I think the upshot of this and other findings is that they provide more empirical confirmation that everything is connected in our lives (2014)”.
Studies show that early interventions provided for children with social and behavioural problems which are seen in children diagnosed with conditions such as Autism provides better outcomes(Bruinsma, Koegel, & Koegel, 2004) Literature has also revealed that preterm children who are vulnerable to developmental issues gain benefit from early interventions however it was seen that more improvements of the development of cognition is gained than the other domains (Barrera, Doucet, & Kitching, 1990; Brooks-gunn et al., 2011; Orton, Spittle, Doyle, Anderson, & Boyd, 2009) Advantages of early interventions are gained not only by the children and professionals but the parents’ as well. Studies reveal that families prefer early interventions and actively participate in the programmes. The compliance is more and parents feel that they have a major role in making key decisions about the child which aids in successful implementation of the interventions which in turn improves outcome (Bailey, Hebbeler, Scarborough, Spiker, & Mallik,
By her decision making she gets in the wrong way and ends up getting isolated from everybody in the end. On the other hand Hester doesn’t want or try getting attention through her actions. Also she becomes an outcast of the Puritan community and she slowly finds her way back through hard work and showing she cares. Secondly the way the two characters
An essay on the protection of vulnerable children in Policing. There have been many failures to detect child abuse at an early stage in the past, which have affected the reputation of police in child protection practise. The discussion will include opportunities for early intervention, identifying significant harm, the paramountcy principle from the police perspective, multi-agencies, local authority and historical cases and working models linking to the scenario. Child abuse was first discovered in 1960s in the USA but was later imported into UK by the NSPCC and other social work and health professionals. Kate, W. and Adrian L. James (2007).
Lord laming enquiries (Laming, 2003; 2009) findings stated that ineffective interpersonal relationship and cross system challenges have contributed to failures in care. However, the system used in health and social system health care are different and complex and there are many barriers to successful professional working in terms incompatible information sharing mechanisms (Valios, 2009).For effective inter professional working, it is essential that
“Today, more than 27,000 younglings are reported to have been abused” (“Eleven Facts About Child Abuse”,2016). Hurting the juvenile in the Victorian Era involved adolescents being neglected as harmed in emotional and physical ways. Although that is now true in the present, the issue has been considered more and there are ways to get help, like calling a hotline or contacting a trusted adult. There are many similarities
Divorce and separation is a common thing in the society, and is widespread all over the world. This article is talking about the effect of divorce on children and how it can negatively affect their way of life and sometime create problems that will not appear now until later years in life, how divorce can have negative short-term and long-term effect on most children and also create ways on how children can be protected from these negative effects of divorce. Many research that has been done on divorce and parenting have provided us the information that we needed to know. How divorce have vital effect in the attitude of the children, the negative short-term and long-term effect of divorce on children, the risk factors and the protective factors that will determine how divorce is been experience. We know that parental control, good parenting quality, and the parent-child relationship which are the three most important ways of protecting children can have positive influence on the well-being of the children after divorce when it is provided to the children.
SUMMARYBackground: Ocular trauma is a leading cause of monocular blindness worldwide. Indeveloping countries, eye injuries are not only more common but also more severe in theireffect and this may be attributed to socioeconomic background, inadequate safety measures,lack of optimum treatment facilities, use of traditional eye medication and poor education. Objective: To determine the pattern of eye injuries and their visual outcome in TeachingHospitals in Enugu State.Methods: This prospective cross-sectional descriptive study was carried out at the eye clinicsand emergency units of the University of Nigeria Teaching Hospital, Ituku/ Ozalla and theEnugu State University of Science and Technology Teaching Hospital, Park Lane
In it, he decifers that inclusion can generate an overload of work on the teacher, while mainstreaming can create a sense of failure among the disabled. But when it came to the pros of inclusion, he had much to say about it. Pawliwicz said that a survey between the parents and kids showed that they both had positive reviews over inclusion. Parents said their child’s academic progress didn’t stutter
Considering the fact that indigenous, racialized and/or poor women and children are more likely to become involved with CAS, it is evident that the child welfare system is built upon biases and various stereotypes pertaining to parents involved within these communities. After analyzing the statistics based on children in care, this institution draws out an indirect message that constructs parents of the mentioned categories as inadequate or “unfit” guardians. After thoroughly understanding the different aspects that play a major role in these circumstances, it becomes obvious that these populations’ involvement within CAS is rooted in structural inequalities and injustices. Despite the fact, the child welfare system continues to operate based