Child and Adolescent mental health services work with people aging from birth to eighteen years. CAMHS provide assessments of children’s behaviour and work with young people with identified emotional or behavioural difficulties. CAMHS is defined in its broadest sense to include all services that promote emotional health and well-being or which respond to and meet the mental health needs of children and young people at targeted or specialist levels. Department Children, School and Families (2008). Loss, neglect or trauma experienced during childhood can undermine the social, emotional and interpersonal attachment necessary for later healthy adjustment to relationships, social roles and consequential mental wellbeing and may be contributory
Some of the children live with their parents or relatives while the others live with foster parents. Some live in group homes. When Josie was asked about question two and three she began to go into detail which is as follows. Josie would look after the foster kids under her care, she would visit their schools and confer with the teachers about their performances and behaviors. A number of the children may be facing issues involving their emotions and behavior since they are victims of ill-treatment.
Blooms Research and Response Jennifer Crane NUR/427 June 24th, 2013 Gina Stephens Blooms Research and Response Blooms Taxonomy of Education is a communication between caregivers for patient education and related issues to patient care. The research done by Bloom is a valuable tool for Nurses to communicate with staff members and their patients. There are three domains involved with taxonomy: Cognitive, Affective, and Psychomotor. Each of these domains measure the level of understanding achieved. In this paper will teach how learn how Bloom’s Taxonomy applies in a case study, how it is a benefit to nursing instructions and will describe each domain.
Ida Jean Orlando 1 RUNNING HEAD: IDA JEAN ORLANDO Ida Jean Orlando’s Nursing Process Theory Krystal Farley, RN, BSN Maryville University October 7, 2009 Ida Jean Orlando 2 Abstract The profession of nursing has a very rich history that begins with the most fundamental concepts of caring for and restoring health to those who are impaired. The initiation of providing care requires that information be gathered and organized in such a way that is expedient and effective. It is also required that a nurse’s efforts be used systematically with ease and that through repetition, this basic “framework” that is being formed, is able to be analyzed for its effectiveness, and changes can be made to improve the process or series of actions. Nursing is comprised of objective, measureable data, subjective data, concepts, philosophy, phenomena, and science, just to name a few. With so many components and such a broad scope of information, a framework is required to build ideas and give direction to the ideas that will begin to evolve with this cohesion.
Families first work together with the school to give a child the best possible start in life, If a child is referred to families First then they gather information from all other agencies to make an individual assessments for a child or young person’s needs. Families First can offer support and advise for : * Parenting (help and advice for parents) * Home management * Anger management/challenging behaviour * Wishes, feelings and self esteem * School attendance * The move from primary school to secondary school (some children find it very hard to deal with transitions.) * Healthy relationships (help promote this) * Anti-social behaviour and
When students struggle teachers have to look at many different aspects as to why the student is struggling in school. Some students may struggle with school because of learning disabilities, boredom in the classroom, health problems, or family issues. The focus of this paper is the family system theory. Understanding how the family system play a part in a student education. Teachers have to take different approaches when the child comes from a culturally and linguistically diverse family and/or the child has special needs.
New knowledge is applied into practice through evidence based decision making, quality improvement processes, instituting policy changes, and providing patient and community education opportunities. With background in OB/GYN, my interest is the role of Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner. My aim involves collaborating with other healthcare professionals to provide high quality individualized care, promote health education, disease prevention, advocacy, and counseling to women in a community setting. WHNP certification is provided by the National Certification Corporation
Some of the children that will enter our classroom may come from undesirable environments. As early childhood educators it is our responsibility to find strategies that will help those with autism, ADHD, and other environmental issues, to change their challenging behaviors into one that would be more suitable for learning. Children with autism have challenging behavior because their brains deal information in a different way. These children have a hard time learning to take turns and sharing with others. Autistic children are known for self-stimulating behavior such as; flapping of their arms when upset.
(preschool) • Child gains trust in their care givers, they are in control of their emotions Stage 3: • Initiative verses Guilt (3-5 years) • Their social world is widening • Adults expect children to be more responsible • Children develop uncomfortable guilt feelings if they are irresponsible Stage 4: • Industry versus Identity ( elementary-school years) • Children take initiative which gives them new experiences. • Mastering knowledge and intellectual skills • Children enjoy learning new skills • Problems can arise developing a sense of inferiority and incompetence Stage 5: • Identity verses Identity Confusion (High School) • Trying to find themselves and what they want out of life • Encourage students to explore different paths • If not allowed to explore may develop identity crisis. Stage 6: • Intimacy versus Isolation (early adulthood) • Developing a relationship with a partner • Intimacy is finding yourself but not losing yourself in someone else • Hazards - Feeling of loneliness when you cannot find a partner Stage 7: • Generativity versus Stagnation: ( mid-adult ) • Generativity means transmitting something positive to the next generation. • Stagnation can happen when we feel we have done nothing to help the next generation Stage 8: • Integrity versus Despair ( Late Adulthood ) • If retrospective evaluations are positive they develop a sense of integrity • If they have mainly negative backward experiences they
Assignment 331 Understand Child and Young Person Development Induction Pack for New Staff (School Policy) Assessment Methods It is school policy to use the following assessment methods to monitor a child/young person’s development in the classroom: • Marking and feedback. • Class or revision tests A child or young person’s development does not always follow the expected pattern due to disability. This may be physical and prevent growth. There may be emotional issues being suffered and this could be due to various occurrences such as divorce, bereavement or health issues within the family. Environmental issues could also have an effect because of the environment in which a child or young person lives.