Cognitive behavioral therapy will also be used to increase effective strategies for behavioral management (Wilmhurst, 2004). Conrad’s parents will be given parent training program, in which they will be taught the skills to promote positive relationships among family members through learning appropriate reinforcement strategies (Beardslee & Knitzer,
People with learning disabilities often have confidence issues and it can feel very daunting when required to access the community independently. These people often rely on support to do so and if, for example they require to use healthcare services outside their support time, they are faced with the problem of accessing the services
Unit 4222-220 Supporting individuals who are distressed. HSC 2012 1.1 Identify common causes of distress. Causes of distress can vary, and are different for each person. Common causes are: * Informed of a death or serious illness of someone close * Receive bad/worrying news * Serious worrying issues re: family, money * Reaction to behavior of others towards them * Find environment frustrating/restricting * Deprived of information and are scared * Anxiety about upcoming events * Unable to achieve targets set my themselves * Overload of family/work pressure 1.2 Describe signs that may indicate an individual is distressed. Signs that can indicate a person is being distressed can be easier to see if you have a close working
They may find it difficult to carry out physical tasks due to sensory loss. A person is unique and may have had different life experiences which means the way dementia affects them is personal to them. They have different likes/ dislikes and needs so we must try to meet these the best we can. 1.3 A person with dementia may feel excluded from society because the way they are treated by other's. They may not be given the oppourtunity to be involved just because other's haven't got the time of day for them.
For example, communicating with people with special needs requires a lot of patience and understanding of the condition they are in, which can be difficult for many people. Also, catering for special needs (like employing people who can use sign language; using Braille; wheelchair access ramps and installing disabled toilets.) can be expensive, which is sometimes a problem for certain health and social care settings that cannot afford this. In addition, there is also the problem of not everyone being able to understand certain special needs communications, which can make communication difficult. Finally, sometimes having advocates or carers can be a problem if the person addressing the special needs person talks to their advocate rather than them.
Culturally competent health care can be achieved through self-reflection and continued self education. The escalating populations of culturally and ethnically diverse people in America calls for nurses to give culturally competent care. (Green-Hernandez, 2004). Culturally incompetent care can occur due to misunderstandings, unpreparedness, or even the lack of desire to provide culturally specific treatments (Jeffereys, 2005). Different languages can cause a serious barrier when trying to perform culturally competent care.
This will prepare and train you better than simply reading books on becoming a counselor. Take a domestic violence courses to become certified as a domestic violence counselor. Many shelters and online services offer this training, and can provide certification in as little as a few months. Universalclass.com offers a domestic violence courses that teach awareness training, mediation, negotiation skills and a host of other skills that are necessary to advocate on behalf of victims. I plan to stay focus on seeking more information about becoming an Domestic violence counselor.
The purpose of this paper was to examine some literature on the impact of ADHD on siblings. The result of the literature that was reviewed indicates that siblings feel a part of a dysfunctional family when one child has ADHD. The behaviors and symptoms associated with ADHD can put a hug strain on the sibling as well as the family and the affected child causing a major disruption. There needs to be more research done on how to cope and maintain a healthy family unit when one child has
The articles referenced within this paper were chosen because of their relevancy, reliability, and the methodology used to collect its data. The people examined in the articles included married and unmarried couples from diverse backgrounds, race, and locality. The overall impact of the research was a societal decline in positive illustrations of happy and healthy marriages and family. Because divorce and single parenting is often a stressful and life-altering experience, this paper offered ways to build lasting and positive relationships to maintain the marital union. Strong family relationships and marriage is the “bedrock of society” and bolsters human interactions.