Caula Rogers Eng-105 English Composition 1 03/30/2014 Dr. Victoria Smith Impact of ADHD on a Child’s Schooling Children with ADHD generally have trouble in school, only because school causes many trials for children with ADHD. ADHD is not a learning disorder; however it can cause children to have problems with learning. Furthermore, children with ADHD have an excessive rate of learning disorders and will have problems with other school-work like calculation and following a long with his/her teacher during direct instructional time. But with enduring and an efficient plan, the child will be capable of succeeding in the classroom. ADHD negatively can affect a child’s social and emotional behavior and the ability to control them in a positive manner in a school environment.
Secondly, balance in the monitoring of high-risk patients was inadequate. Staff failed to implement additional monitoring for Mr. B. The patient needed extra monitoring due to had an increased dosage due to high tolerance to the prescribed sedatives. Leaving an untrained family member to attend to a patient in respiratory crisis was not only unsafe; it was in violation of established conscious-sedation protocol. Mr. B. was vulnerable when he was left unattended.
This can cause depression, a sense loss or hopelessness and non-compliance with new medication regiments and new self-care practices. Frustration with his new physical limitation may cause him not to use his walker and precipitate falls. Given Mr. Trosack’s lack of acceptance of his newly diagnosed hypertension and Diabetes, my concern would be non-compliance with dietary changes and new medications. Timely taking of medications is important for control of blood sugar and blood pressure. The family does not appear to understand the need for this and education will be very necessary.
Many students and teacher across the state and nation have similar issues as well. I do not believe that the district should measure a student’s intelligence based on standardized test scores because it is inaccurate way of measuring their full potential. The district should also not use the tests to measure intelligence because if schools
Social services should have removed Andy from her care because she could not care for him. I did not think they should have put him in the Los Angeles County because no child should be in a place like that. According to the textbook, Tower-Crosson, (2010). “Protective workers involved in the assessment process learn to ask specific question designed to assess the potential risk of the home situation to the child and the capacity of the parents to cope with child rearing. The interviewing process is an integral
A common stereotype is that the poor, uneducated parent isn’t going to be involved with their child’s progress and school activities. This is based on the assumption that these families are uneducated, and therefore will not be interested in their child’s education. However, other factors are not thought of. Some of these immigrant families cannot participate in PTO meetings because they are working long hours in our agriculture fields, getting home late and having to still help with homework, cook dinner and get their children to bed. These families do not work a typical 9-5, this does not mean that they are not involved with their children’s school.
Yes I believe that fear and mistrust of health workers and governments among African Americans and other people around the world seem misplaced in our times. Consider patient dumping a racial barrier that limits access to health care. An African American or an undesirable patient looking for help at a private hospital may face the possibility of being transferred to another facility. Even though, a law was passed by the Emergency Medical Treatment and Active Labor Act that prevents patients from being dumped, hospitals still do it. The lack of enforcement of these legislative enactments makes patient dumping an ongoing dilemma.
When a life changing incident happens, like a parent going to prison, this can also affect the relationship between kids. Other children don’t understand why there friend is always down, never confides in them anymore and never wants to go out and do things. This is because they are not experiencing everything their friend is going through and they don’t know how to react to the situation. Most kids lose a lot of friends when dealing with a situation like this. It also affects the relationship with other family members.
Insecurity can also mean fear of abandonment or fear of being replaced. Parents may also fear that questions or criticism will put their child at a disadvantage in school. However, in most cases, the provider is the secondary attachment for the child. Guilt is another emotion parents sometimes may feel because the parents are not there as much as they should be because of work or other obligations. Parents are often show frustration at not being there and being able to help their children in addition to not getting to see them as much as the teachers do.
Robyn believes that medication can be helpful, but she does give valid points about how it is over used. There is no one true norm for a human mind. By changing how the brain acts just to mask the troubled area, doesn’t help to find the root of the problem. Sarah says in her paper that pain (a problem) in our life is a response to our life. When experiencing “pain”, one reassesses and rebuilds, or takes a pill to cover it up.