When it comes to controversy of medicating a child that has EBD or ADHD it is huge. Parents do not like to speak about how this could affect their children by medication to help process their disability. People with ADHD or EBD is not considered a disability, but many people feel that with these symptoms also comes the ease of breaking them down. This is not how children with these problems should be treated. There are ordinary people of society, only with special care needs.
This have proven to be untrue because although the vaccines are available, they are not mandatory and some parents do not believe in vaccinations for various reasons. One main concern of many parents is that the vaccine causes neurologic damages to children which has not been scientifically proven. With sufficient education this fear can be overcome. The vaccine available for measles
They also do not have the financial foundation to support their urge to spend money on the products advertised. Children are much more gullible than adults. Sharon Bedor wrote in a 1998 national conference article about her concerns about advertising to such a young age. “There are questions about the ability of children so young to understand advertising and its intent and not be deceived and manipulated by it. Experts say that children do not understand persuasive intent until they are eight or nine years old and that it is unethical to advertise to them before then.
Many parents hold religious beliefs against vaccination. Forcing such parents to vaccinate their children would violate the 1st Amendment which guarantees citizens the right to the free exercise of their religion. 3. Vaccines are often unnecessary in many cases where the threat of death from disease is small. During the early nineteenth century, mortality for the childhood diseases whooping cough, measles, and scarlet fever fell
Some people were against the idea of abstinence because they said this would put their kids at risk by “providing a fear-based program that gave children incomplete, inaccurate, biased an sectarian information”. A women from Planned Parenthood referred to it as a “trick” to the students (517). Limbaugh disapproves of this opinion, and says it is “absurd” since he believes that this approach is honest and provides student with information about health endangerment. Students will learn about the truth of a sexually active
Those concerns are magnified when it comes to treating children like Comstock, who often are not included in clinical trials because of their young age, and who may have many more years to contend with any possible side effects of the drug. Some experts point out that not all of marijuana’s components, and their effects on the body, have been studied, not to mention well understood. Without more research, both doctors and parents will continue to face the difficult decision of giving youngsters a compound and hoping it will do more good than
Their educational opportunity decreases, and the drop out of school is enormous because they are not encourage them as much as boys. They are seen in the family as a burden. Lack of education and many obstacles impoverish them. They suffer physical and emotional stress most of their lifetime. In United States, the CDC reported, Adolescent Girls formed a major group of people who received help from the government for prenatal services.
There are many reasons why people choose to not have their children vaccinated such as that they don't believe that vaccinations work or they don't think it's necessary (Vaccinate Your Baby, 2011). If vaccinations didn't work, we would not be using them for over a hundred years. Vaccines were first developed in the end of the 19th century (Careers in Vaccine Research, 2012). Vaccines are the reason so many diseases has died off. If there were no vaccines, the
ADHD Consequences (Early to Late Childhood) October 9, 2011 ADHD Consequences (Early to Late Childhood) Most parents who recognize and accept that their child has ADHD look for treatment of some kind. It might be prescription medication, natural methods like diet and supplements, or therapy and/or coaching. Some kids, though, never get properly diagnosed or treated. Sometimes it is a matter of refusing to believe that your child has ADHD, sometimes it’s because there’s no one who cares enough to point it out. In the case of low income families, it may be a matter of finances.