The lack of education leads to further development of barriers such as a financial barrier and poor lifestyle that makes them unable to provide for themselves and their child. Most jobs that do not require a high school diploma only offer a minimum wage and do not offer adequate benefits to meet all medical needs. “key indicators of health, infant mortality rates and low-birth weight rates, were elevated when infants were born to mothers who were less educated” (Flores et al,1998). Considering that statement I believe that the biggest barrier affecting this vulnerable population’s health is education. Vulnerable mothers that do not finish getting their education become discouraged and loose the motivation and drive to tackle the oncoming challenges that life brings, creating for them another barrier on the micro level; it being a financial barrier.
It does not just make meeting new people difficult, but also takes a lot longer to trust someone and to share information with them. People who are bashful are so worried about what people think of them. As a result, “their thoughts and strength are limited to a very small circle of people; they are in fact limited by their own thoughts and emotions” (Jonne 259). Shy people constantly think negatively and that others are always slighting them, insulting them, or attacking them in some ways. Due to that point of view, they decide to abstain interacting with people.
They can also be discriminated against by people overwhelming them too much. For example when someone insists on helping them with everything because by helping them with everything they are still being treated as if they are something less than human. Still they are being treated as obviously different and in doing so it can also make them offended and lose confidence in the things they are capable of doing themselves. Individual with additional needs are also not employed because of their disability as they are seen as less skill people. This can be a barrier for them because it means they cannot achieve their own dreams and goals in life as well cannot be independent and control over their life.
Mainly, most people in this situation cannot enjoy their life and they cannot take risky steps that would make their life better because they are always afraid of what people might have to say about them. Lack of assertiveness may be another cause of lack of confidence. People who cannot express their opinions and needs are often ignored and not much respected. People need to learn how to be assertive, so other people can understand their needs and respect them. Lack of assertiveness has some effect on people who suffer from it.
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. Parents may be reluctant to express their concerns because of cultural beliefs related to the authoritative position of the teacher. Parents may also be unsure of how to express their concerns to the teachers. Research shows that parents provide a passionate feeling that is highly personalized and comes with a history and a future. During a power struggle between a parent and a child, you will see emotions seldom seen by two people.
The effects of SLCN on young people - Task 12 There is a strong correlation between EBD (emotional and behavioural difficulties) and those who have SLCN ( speech, language and communication needs). Many of the behavioural difficulties that arise from SLCN are avoidable by early detection and intervention, this is still very much lacking within social care provisions and many children and young people’s difficulties go undetected for too long. Many parents and settings are quick to label ‘naughty’ children and would prefer to let someone else deal with them than to look at the root of the problem and see if there is a reason behind these behaviours. There are many agencies that can help, much of the problem is that people don’t also realise there is a problem to begin with. Families that are aware of the problem aren’t always made aware of what help is available for them and although this has had more parliamentary support and has been further prioritised, it hasn’t been widely publicised.
Their relationships with their family are badly compromised because this disorder causes teens to make no efforts to hide their behaviour, and they are not concerned with the feelings of others. They are most likely to not do well at school and not attend school regularly. What are the causes contributing to Conduct Disorder? This disorder is most commonly found amongst adolescents with troubled past experiences (mainly child abuse) and family issues, which can include parents with drug and/or alcohol addictions and family conflicts. It can also be caused by genetic defects and often arise out of situations of poverty.
If I could change one thing in my community it would be to offer parenting classes. I listen to my friends complain about their relationship with their parents and the lack of communication between them often. What I have come to realize is that both parties don’t know that the relationship is broken and they need to change the way they are talking to each other because obviously it is not working. I believe that if parents knew different ways to talk and help their kids then more could get done in the relationship. It is hard raising kids and hurtful things can be said, but I just don’t think a parent should react in a hurtful manner.
The Opportunity of a Lifetime In major cities all over the United States there are children that grow up in underprivileged families, only knowing the sites of busy streets and high-rise buildings. They are raised in an environment that is stricken by poverty and violence. Many of them are forced to work to help their families and they miss out on being a kid. Even though they may be raised in a loving family, they still do not get to experience the same joys of other, more fortunate, children. There are many children in today’s society that never get the privilege of experiencing those joys such as summer camp, but now they can, through summer programs that allow them to go to camp for little or no cost!
It is difficult to prevent basic human nature of children, but in order to protect them from making life changing mistakes parents need to understand, and respect the needs of their young adults. Adolescents rebel due to anger and resentment. This rage comes from the environment around them. In most cases anger builds up from lack of affection and attention from family and parents. Many times parents do not know their child’s greatest fears, struggles and joy, and to the parents it is acceptable as their parents did not know that much about them.