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Health and Medical Care of Infants - Every day, physicians called pediatricians are helping and treating children’s illnesses and making sure they are healthy. Dr. Ananya Mandel describes pediatrics “as the branch of medicine dealing with the health and medical care of infants, children and adolescents from birth up to the age of 18” (Ananya l). Pediatricians work with children and care about their health. Without pediatricians, children wouldn’t receive special treatment, which is highly necessary since caring for children’s health is not the same as adult care....   [tags: children, health, pediatrics, physicians, career]
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Care Management of Adolescents with Asthma - Care Management of Adolescents with Asthma Care Management of Adolescents with Asthma Asthma is a chronic condition associated with inflammation, constriction and swelling of the airways, and increased mucus secretion making if difficult to breath (Kaufman, 2012). In the United Stated, approximately 7 million children had asthma in 2010 (Centers for Disease Control [CDC], 2012a). This means that 1 in every 11 children suffers from this chronic inflammatory disease (CDC, 2012a). Data from 2006-2008 was analyzed to calculate 12-month incidence rates....   [tags: inflamation, constriction & swelling of airways]
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Duty of Care For Students - A. Introduction Children are at risk of injuring themselves at any time. Parents have different expectations of teachers as a professional than that of themselves when caring for their own children. When forcing parents to put their children in school by law at the age of six years and six months (Department of Education Western Australia, 2011), the Department must implement a Duty of Care to help protect Teachers and the children that are in their care. These expectations or breaches of; can result in injuries or legal proceedings....   [tags: Education]
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Helath Care in Saudi Arabia - Summarize the region of the world you selected. Include some brief public health information about the region, including the average length of life and the main diseases from which people die. Describe how the health care system/s are organised. 719 words Saudi Arabia government allocated a main concern for health care. Health services and health systems have remarkably improved in capacity and quality over the last few years. In fact, Saudi Arabia achieved a compatible position, among other nations, on comparing the growth rate on the basis of time and size....   [tags: Region, Public Health Information, Diseases]
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The Importance of Prenatal Care - ... The best and easiest solution to avoid methyl mercury is to follow fish guides when consuming any type of fish. The most modern or common environmental factor that all expecting mothers should avoid is tobacco smoke. Smoking has been known for years as a health risk, and more importantly, a huge hazard to pregnant women. All expecting mothers should stop smoking immediately following conception. Quitting can be a difficult task for most people, but supporting family members can help with the process of quitting, and provide moral support....   [tags: hazards, smoking, pregnancy] 1863 words
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Duty of Care Analysis - Introduction: The purpose of this report is clarify what the Duty of Care Policy of Western Australia is and the contents of the policy. This analysis will be using the Duty of Care Policy on the Department of Education webpage as the reference guide. The Policy was written by the Department of Education for students in the state. It is used to define what is required relating to the duty of care between teachers and students. In this paper, issues that are covered in the policy will be discussed....   [tags: Education]
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Health and Social Care - Introduction One of the five key principles of care practice is to ‘Support people in having a voice and being heard,’ (K101, Unit 4, p.183). The key principles are linked to the National Occupational Standards for ‘Health and Social Care’. They are a means of establishing and maintaining good care practice. Relationships based on trust and respect should be developed between care receivers and care givers, thus promoting confidence whilst discussing personal matters without fear of reprisal and discrimination....   [tags: Social Work]
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Orphanages and Foster Care - There is a great need to care for the neglected, abandoned, and orphaned children of the world. While most of the world uses orphanages to accommodate this need, the United States uses the foster care program. Both programs are beneficial, but the foster care system better tends to the needs of these orphaned children. When orphanages were first established in the United States, they accomplished the task that they were set up to do. Orphanages began in the 1800’s during the industrial boom (Keiger)....   [tags: Social Issues, Foster Children]
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Child Observation Report - Child development is an amazing thing to watch in the way that children interact with one another and how they perceive the world that surrounds. While doing our research of child development we began to observe a group of kids ranging the ages 1 – 12. During these observations we noticed traits such as attachment, comfort, and love. Through the following examples we will proceed to observe development in our environment and explain its relativity to the text Observation #1 I observed a set of dizygotic or fraternal twins, Antonio and James, that had walked in, which were both males....   [tags: Child Development Observation] 1705 words
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How the Five Phases of Nursing Process may be Used to Provide Effective Nursing Care - Introduction The nursing process is “An organised, systematic and deliberate approach to nursing with the aim of improving standards in nursing care” (Rush S, Fergy S &Weels D, 1996).The five steps of the nursing process are assessment, diagnosis, planning, implementation and evaluating. It was developed by Ida Jean in Florida, USA in 1958 and it was transferred to the UK by 1970.The ‘process ‘is neither a ‘model ‘nor a ‘philosophy’ as it is sometimes defined but merely a method of reasonable discerning and it needs to be used with a clear nursing model....   [tags: health care professionals]
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Firestone Complete Auto Care - Firestone Complete Auto Care As a child, I grew up watching my dad tinker with his cars. I couldn’t have imagined that my curiosity would cause me to be the only gear head of the family. Knowing every part and combination to reach peak performance took a lot more of my time than the average kid. I soon began to age and became a teenager. At this point, the only thing on my mind was getting my license, so that I may build my own hot rod. It wasn’t long before I had done just that, and I found myself heading to college with no sense of who would care for my car....   [tags: Business Analysis ]
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Taking a Look at Child Neglect - ... This could be seen as neglect; physical abuse and non-accidental injury; emotional abuse; and sexual abuse (Cawson 2000). Types of neglect on children can somewhat vary and these may include psychological, biological and social deficits (Crittenden 1998). Work undertaken by Howarth (2007) has identified numerous types of neglect and this can be seen below; • Medical neglect – this involves carers denying a child’s illness or health needs, and failing to ask for appropriate medical attention and treatments....   [tags: safeguarding practices, legal issues] 751 words
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Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect - Child abuse is the physical or emotional mistreatment of a child by a parent, guardian, or other person. Information of child abuse, including sexual abuse, beating, and murder, have climbed in the United States and some authorities believe that the number of cases is under reported. Child neglect is sometimes integrated in legal definitions of child abuse to cover instances of starvation, abandonment, and insufficient care of a child's safety. When reported, child maltreatment cases are intricate by poor foster care services and a legal system that has trouble obliging to the susceptible nature of children(Child Maltreatment, 2015)....   [tags: Violence Against Children]
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The Causes and Effects of Child Neglect - ... Whether it is a single parent home or a double parent home there can still be a large amount of economic stress either one parent doesn’t have a job and the other has a low paying job or maybe both parents go laid off because of the terrible economy which will lead to even more neglect (Gittins). Parents worry about bills so if they have a job they try to get more hours in order to make rent or to buy groceries which is not a bad thing until the parent starts working so much that they forget about their child at home alone....   [tags: abuse, self-esteem, laws] 1922 words
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Effects of Living with a Child with Disabilities - Living with a Child with Special Needs: The Effects on the Family In one’s childhood it is apparent that the immediate family members have a significant impact on the way a child grows up. The environment a child is raised in can and will affect him or her in many ways. Developing siblings learn from one another through everyday play and family activities. The interactions within a family provide many opportunities to acquire social, emotional, and behavioral skills (Conger, Stocker, McGuire, 2009)....   [tags: family, childhood, socialization, social support]
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Child Abuse in The Middle East - ... No one wants to see a child getting abused for no absolute reason. People in organizations put in time and effort to see child abuse stop, but somehow there is just no way around it. There are many organizations on the internet sending emails, letters, and voicemails trying to get people to see how brutal child abuse is and to get people against it. Some people in this world are for child abuse, mostly parents. Parents tend to abuse their children behind close doors. Some adults believe that spanking a child is considered non abusive but it is....   [tags: detention centers, shaken baby]
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Raising a Child with a Disability - ... Our society treats them differently from lack of education on special needs. The society labels them and make their lives more difficult than it has to be because the society is not equipped for their disability. They are “discriminated against by employment, housing, public accommodations, education, transportation, communication, recreation, institutionalization, health services, voting and access to public services”. There are laws for any public establishment to be handicap accessible but that does not help with all the other problems that they face....   [tags: children with special needs]
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Child Pornography: The Fuel for Pedophiles - ... According to the statistics founded on the “Women services & resources website”, Child pornography generates $3 billons annually, daily child pornography web search exceed the one hundred and sixteen thousand entrees, websites offering illegal child pornography are calculated in about one hundred and thousand. Also statistics shows that sexual solicitations to minor made in chat rooms are 89%, and youths who receive some kind of sexual solicitation in person are an estimate of 20% and this show us clearly that people are using the internet to commit illegal acts with the shield of anonymity....   [tags: minor, victims, power, objects, law] 1047 words
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Child Development and The Ecological Theory - ... The mesosystem surrounding the microsystem is representative of the relationships that occur between two or more settings containing the developing child. An example is the relational interactions between caregiver and school, or school and day care. The mesosystem is an environment, or system, of microsystems (1994) The Exosystem represents mostly indirect, but at times direct, influences of the extended community on the child. These include law enforcement, social services, and religious communities, and a caregiver’s work setting....   [tags: caregivers, schools, environment] 712 words
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The Bond Between Mother and Child - Lance Armstrong grew up without his father along with Bill Clinton, Gene Simmons, and Barack Obama. These men are political, economic, and admirable figures all over the world. They show leadership and confidence. These single parents taught their children routines, discipline, and authority. Raising a child with proper care and emotional connection is extremely hard to do when dealing with equal rights among parents. A mother or a father should not co parent if it could harm their child’s present being or future being....   [tags: equal rights, attachment]
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The Responsibility of Raising a Child - Is it true that both parents from a family should bare an equal responsibility in order to take care of their own children. Yes, it is important because parents can play an important role in helping their children strengthen their behaviors, skills, attitudes and motivation that promote their physical and mental health. A child should have love and care from both sides of parents because when he or she grows up, his or her parents should teach him or her many life lessons and nurture him or her by their sophisticated experiences....   [tags: parents, babies, equal responsibility]
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The Tragedy of Sexual Molestation of a Child - ... You at times feel sick to your stomach, contemplating suicide well before life has really begun for you. For a lot of children, this is what they go through everyday. The tragedy I am referring to that would cause all of this is sexual molestation. I will be taking you into the mind someone who was molested as a child, while also sharing some facts on the matter. When researching this information, one must understand that statistics will vary due to the fact that most cases are not reported....   [tags: fault, reported, victims] 764 words
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The Tragedy of Child Abuse - Each day in the United States more than three children die as a result of child abuse (Giardino, 2010). This statistic is too high and there need to be changes to overcome this problem. As a parent you are expected to take of your children and treat them the right way. This is not always the case and children end up being abused in the home were they are supposed to feel safe. Changes need to be made to medical awareness to help keep children safe. Imagine being a child abused constantly by an adult who should be taking care of them....   [tags: Violence Against Children]
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An Exploration of Sweatshops and Child Labor - “One in six children 5 to 14 years old, about 16 percent of all children in this age group is involved in child labor in developing countries. Worldwide, 126 million children work in hazardous conditions, often enduring beatings, humiliation and sexual violence by their employers” (UNICEF). It is near impossible to not think how lucky some children have it these days. Check out the news and see the technology, kids have cell phones, gaming devices and even their own miniature cars to drive around the house....   [tags: children, poverty, social justice] 1436 words
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The Reasons For Child Abuse - All throughout history there are numerous accounts of children being abused by their parents, guardian, or an adult. People often wonder why a man or woman would want to harm a child, and while there are many programs are out there that do their best to prevent child abuse. The best prevention however is finding the causes of child abuse. Child abuse is often the result of stress or anger issues, psychological disorders, or the cause of the person having been abused as a child themselves. Some people cannot handle the responsibilities and obligations a parent must fulfill....   [tags: psychological disorders, sexual abuse]
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The Fifth Child by Doris Lessing - ... One of their common desires is to have a pretty family house in the country and produce a large family of six or eight children. All of their friends, family members and relatives are completely shocked by their odd wish. Slowly they start building a family life; they buy a huge house in the country, and have the first baby. Ever since they have their first baby their house is full of family members, relatives and friends for every holiday, just like they have always dreamed of. Besides the fact that Harriet does not have easy pregnancies and all the work she has to do makes her completely exhausted, she enjoys having a house full of people and to impose on them with her perfect life....   [tags: literary masterpieces and Nobel Prize winners] 636 words
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Child Protective Services and Adoption - Since the beginning of time, people have been adopting. Whether or not the adoption process is for everybody is a debatable topic. Adoption occurs all over the world and is the cause for an impact on not only the children being adopted, but also an impact on those who adopt. Whether it’s nationally on internationally adoption is everywhere and will continue to grow in popularity as the years go on. What is adoption. “Adoption establishes a legally recognized, lifelong relationship between a parent and child....   [tags: adopting parents, children]
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The Horror that Are Child Soldiers - ... The things that child soldiers are forced to do lead to a lot of psychological trauma. When an organization called War Child interviewed children they had rescued, up to 90% admitted that they needed psychological help and support to cope with what they had seen and done. A study has shown that children who are rescued often have nightmares, sadness, recurring violent images, and intrusive thoughts. The children who were forced to commit terrible crimes or were the victims of the crimes have the most psychological damage....   [tags: perfect killing machines, minor abuse]
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Sexual Assault and Child Abuse - There are many different types of victims we have discussed over the course of this class, but we’re only going to talk about two types in the following paper. These two types of victims are common just as any another victim across America. These include sex assault victims and child abuse victims, which are both primary victims in cases. The two share a tie together, both are a victim of abuse and can cause lifelong consequences, but they also pose many differences as well. Many questions arise when talking about victims, for example why is a child or adult being abused and what are the life altering affects to these actions....   [tags: Compare Contrast]
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Is Corporal Punishment Child Abuse? - ... In 2004, Court was held in Maryland, Charles County Department of Social Services versus Vann of the difference between reasonable punishment and child abuse. The court eventually ruled that reasonable corporal punishment is not child abuse. (McCarthy). This was just one of the many cases that disprove corporal punishment being child abuse. In other news a recent poll was taken on whether or not corporal punishment would promote well disciplined students, and fifty-two percent said yes while forty-eight percent said no....   [tags: physical, emotional, sexual, neglect]
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Child Abuse: An Inexcusable Crime - Child abuse occurs in families of all different social classes and of all different cultures. According to the Heritage Foundation, abuse and neglect of American children has increased 134% since 1980 ("The Child Abuse Crisis”). No excuse for child abuse exists. Children are among the most defenseless group of people in society, and to harm those who are defenseless is simply unacceptable. Abusers may make excuses for their actions or even deny they are harming the child, but they are wrong. Child abuse causes significant damage to the victim’s physical and psychological health, the victim’s behavior and social skills, and society as a whole....   [tags: Violence Against Children]
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Analysis of Perceptions in Child's Play - ... The configuration of the toys clearly states that color, themes, and character representation are irrelevant to infants and toddlers, while parent’s attitudes about color and gender may be important aspects of unintentional socialization in the maturation of children. Marketing strategies appeal to children, but adult’s perception of what is appropriate for boys and girls may contribute a great deal of influence on the appearance and nature of gender concentrated toys and games. The toys in the girl section and boy section are very different, yet they also share some similarities....   [tags: target, toy department, gender division] 1040 words
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Play Influence on Child Development - Children develop normally when they are exposed to different types of play that allow them to express themselves while using their imaginations and being physically active. According to the Center for Health Education, Training and Nutrition Awareness, “Play is child’s work”; this is true because it is a child’s job to learn and develop in their first few years of life, in order for them to do this, they play. Not only is playing a child’s full time job, the United Nations High Commission for Human Rights listed play as a right of every child....   [tags: emotional and social development]
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Psychological Effects of Child Abuse - Due to the rise of domestic violence in many families, psychologists are helping affected children cope and confront their emotional imprisonment by using various methods. Over the years, there has been a drastic increase in domestic violence cases. In many instances, the children are most affected in the involvement of the violent disputes. Psychologists study the behaviors of affected children and develop a plan of treatment that aim towards the child’s overall health. Psychologists provide the best treatment by immersing themselves inside the child’s situation and connecting with what the child sees....   [tags: Domestic Violence, Treatment, Therapy]
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Some Statistics on Child Maltreatment - ... Parents who mistreatment their children usually have some sort of psychological disorder like depression or substance abuse. They can become unpredictably mad and oversensitive to their upset infant. When their child cries they respond with anger. They may have impractical developmental expectations as well. They may believe that kids should be completely potty trained or able to sit still at an extremely young age. Serious life stress causes caregivers to behave in abusive ways as well. Parents who mistreat their children are generally dealing with an abundance of problems such as domestic violence or poverty....   [tags: physical, emotional, psychologial abuse] 617 words
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Prevention of Child Abuse Through Education and Intervention - Most questions have answers and sometimes explanations, but there have been many answers to the question of why people abuse children. The trauma of a child being abused can be described in various ways. Child abuse is the mistreatment or maltreatment of a child whether it is mental, physical, emotional, sexual, verbal, or psychological abuse. Child abuse is a traumatic experience. Child abuse is often synonymous with the term child maltreatment or the term of child abuse and neglect. It has been said that the trauma of being physical, mental, emotional, or sexual abuse as a child can effect an individual for the rest of his or her life....   [tags: Child Abuse Domestic Violence] 1159 words
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Day Care - In today’s society the majority of households have a family dynamic where both parents need to work. It is nearly impossible for most families in America to survive financially without two incomes. This puts many parents in a situation where they have to find extra help to watch their children while they are away at work. “These days couples face complex negotiations over work, family, child care, and housekeeping. It becomes evident that where traditional marriage through the centuries has been a partnership based on mutual dependency, modern marriage demands greater self-sufficiency” (Hekker)....   [tags: Parenting ] 2544 words
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The One-Child Policy in China - “China is always talk talk should America drop its hostility toward China.” Should America step into the One-Child Policy and knock down the numbers in the population. Imagine living with the pressure of not over populating the country, because the country didn’t put a stop to the problem earlier in the 19th century.More than twenty-one million babies are born per year. That is 57,534 babies per day, 2,397 per hour, and 40 babies per minute. China’s population in 2012 was 1.351 billion, if China does continue growing at this rate fatalities caused by hungry men and starvation will take over....   [tags: population, baby, girl, choice] 1781 words
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State Interference of Child Medication - Does the state have the right to interfere or intervene and remove children from the home because they feel the parents are negligent in caring for the child's mental and physical health. Based on the parent’s refusal to administer prescribed medication they deemed harmful in exchange for an alternative medicine. This dilemma is discussed by Corey Williams of the Associated Press, author of “Mother battles Michigan over daughter's medication” about Maryann Godboldo who decided to discontinue medicating her daughter, Ariana, with an anti-psychotic drug Risperdal to take on a more holistic approach to her daughter's health issues....   [tags: Article Summary] 813 words
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Theories Relating to Child Abuse - Theories Relating to Child Abuse Child abuse relates to the behavioral or learning theory because “it sees human behavior as almost entirely determined through learning that takes place as a result of reinforcement of our behaviors by others or as a result of our observation of behaviors modeled by others” (Schriver, 2011). “Theories are necessary to explain and to contain the complexities of our lives” (Newberger, 1983). Based upon this theory, child abuse is a reflection of what is normalized in the household....   [tags: behavioral learning, children]
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Foster Care - Introduction In todays’ society many Americans never think about our foster care system. Foster care is when a child is temporarily placed with another family. This child may have been abused, neglected, or may be a child who is dependent and can survive on their own but needs a place to stay. Normally the child parents are sick, alcohol or drug abusers, or may even be homeless themselves. We have forgotten about the thousands of children who are without families and living in foster homes. Many do not even know how foster care came about....   [tags: English Poor Law, Benjamin Eaton, Title IV-E]
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The State of Today's Health Care System - The State of Today's Health Care System Today’s health care system is in a constant state of fluctuation and commotion. It is sometimes difficult for the health care consumer to identify a valuable resource when they need one. The purpose of this paper is to explore one of the many health care resources that are available in the greater Philadelphia area and then visit this site to learn more about it. Philadelphia, in itself is an outstanding resource to the people of the area. In terms of healthcare resource implications this is true....   [tags: Health Care Medical Planned Parenthood Essays] 1246 words
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Foster Care - There are too many children in foster care. Despite federal legislation (viz., the Adoption and Safe Family Act [ASFA], among other legislative directives) designed to reduce the number of children in care, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (2010) indicates that of the 285,000 children exiting care in 2008, only 52 percent were reunified with their parents or primary caretakers. Although ASFA also has statutory guidelines designed to reduce the amount of time required for the courts to decide permanent placement for children that have been removed from their parents, children exiting foster care in 2008 spent an average of 21.8 months in state custody (U.S....   [tags: Social Issues, Adoption and Safe Family Acta] 2114 words
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Overview of Child Welfare - People may wonder which profession in our society is dedicated to the well-being of children: the answer is social work in the field of Child Welfare. Child welfare is a segment of social work that is vital to the health and stability of the children and families in our society. These social workers provide a multitude of different services, some of which include working in the foster care system, child protective services, as caseworkers, and as therapists. They work with children and adults alike, making it their mission to provide the resources and services necessary for children to be in the most safe and healthy environment and situation possible....   [tags: Social Issues, Advocacy]
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Child Abuse and Neglect - The abuse of children is not new. It dates back to biblical times. During recent years, child abuse has had a rise in the public eye. According to the nationally known website Childabuse.com, there are four types of child abuse: physical abuse, sexual abuse, emotional abuse, and neglect (Childabuse), each with its own unique set of characteristics, each affecting a child differently, and each noticeable, stoppable, and preventable. The first type of child abuse is physical abuse. Childabuse.com stated that, this type of abuse should be stopped as soon as possible, for it could result in death....   [tags: Violence Against Children]
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Child Abuse and Neglect - Child Abuse is a very serious issue all throughout the world, in all different countries, cultures, and communities. The four main types of abuse are emotional abuse, physical abuse, neglect, and sexual abuse, and although emotional abuse and neglect are often overlooked, each has just as severe effects on children as sexual and physical abuse (Saisan et al.). The many causes of all kinds of the abuse of children have devastating effects on the child’s life presently and later on in life. There are multiple different causes of child abuse, and although abusing a child cannot be pinpointed to one specific characteristic, issue, or situation, there are factors which contribute to the abuse or...   [tags: Violence Against Children]
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Child Abuse and Neglect - When a child is born people normally think of that as a positive and wonderful thing happening in a person’s life. It should be a paternal instinct to love and cherish, and protect this little person’s life. Unfortunately sometimes this is not always the case, and those parents mistreat or allow someone else to mistreat their children. There also those parents that it happens to their child that gets neglected or abused without their knowledge. The issue of child abuse and neglect is something that happens every day to children and ruins their childhood and makes a big impact on them for rest of their life....   [tags: lives, attention, victim, punishment] 1641 words
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Child Abuse and Neglect - Our children are our future and their health and welfare should be one of our top priorities. Research has confirmed what anyone with common sense already knows: Children, who are fed, do better than those who are hungry. Money spent for child care and education services pay off in the long run and are less likely to be spent on special education and the criminal justice system. There is evidence that hitting children, corporal punishment, which is now illegal in many countries, can contribute to behavioral problems, encourages children to act violently, and can even lower intelligence....   [tags: Violence Against Children]
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Effects of Child Abuse - ... “During a one-year period in the U.S., 16% of youth ages 14 to 17 had been sexually victimized.” ( Finkelhor. "Child Sexual Abuse Statistics." Child Sexual Abuse Statistics. Web. 14 Apr. 2014). Some of the symptoms a child may show who are older in adolescence might be depression; they might not do that well in school, aggression. The child could start feeling trapped if he/she knows the person than they feel like they might some type of loyalty to that person, and in some cases the abuser might threaten the victim....   [tags: physical and emotional abuse, neglect] 642 words
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Child Abuse and Neglect - Many children in the US have to endure child abuse. Most people do not understand the consequences the abused children have to live with for the rest of their lives. Because child abuse is a long-term problem, it impacts not only the child and family, but also the society as a whole. Children who are abused usually end up with self-esteem problems and lose their self-confidence. Therefore, they end up getting addicted to drugs or alcohol, which can create problems for their whole community....   [tags: Violence Against Children]
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China's One Child Policy - In 2004 the Congress of the United States was forced to focus on an incident that occurred as a result of China’s One Child Policy. Mao Hengfeng “troubles with the Chinese government began in the late 1980s when, pregnant for a second time, she asked her work unit to provide larger housing for her growing family. This was refused on the grounds that she was in violation of China's one-child policy,” (Baillot). To battle the indecencies that she felt that were directed towards her, Mao Hengfeng began to fight against the social injustice that she and others faced under the one child policy....   [tags: Population Control in China]
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Child Abuse and Neglect - Child abuse is the most terrible thing you can do to a kid/child. I personally think individuals who abuse kids either grew up getting abused, have issues within themselves, or they don’t have patients to tolerate kids. So they grow up treating people the way they were treated. We all have been children before and we weren’t perfect, children don’t deserve to be treated in any bad way. Child abuse is physical maltreatment or sexual molestation of a child. And it mostly happens within that child’s home....   [tags: Violence Against Children]
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British Child Protection Policies - Introduction “Parliaments and their members can and should be among the foremost champions of child protection. They can legislate, oversee government activity, allocate financial resources and, as leaders within their nations and communities, raise awareness of issues and provide advocacy.” Historic Perspective The end of the 19th century saw a raising concern with the cruelty inflicted to children by their guardians, that was expressed in the public campaigns carried out by the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children ....   [tags: Social Work ]
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Child Abuse and Neglect - Did you know that in 2011, nearly five children died every day in America from child abuse and neglect. In this research paper I will discuss what is child abuse and neglect. Then, we will discover why some parents choose to abuse their children. Next, I will dive into a discussion about the long term effects of child abuse. Finally, we will explore what age groups are affected by abuse. What is child abuse and neglect. According to Child Help, there are different forms of abuse. There is physical abuse which means any non- accidental injury to a child which includes hitting, kicking, slapping, burning, hair pulling, throwing, and whipping....   [tags: Violence Against Children]
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Child Abuse and Neglect - The topic of child abuse is one of the hardest topics to write about. It is imperative to have a profound understanding of this topic and its consequences specially when working in the field of human services. Professionally and personally, I have encountered situations where child abuse is present. This reality has touched my life in many ways and these experiences continue shaping me as a human being and as social service provider. I will try to cover in this paper the subject of child abuse, its definitions, and the scope of the problem and the proper prevention of it....   [tags: Violence Against Children]
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Prevention of Child Abuse - According to Australian Childhood Foundation (2004 (, Professionals working to prevent child abuse and neglect of ideas and information from other disciplines, including public health, education, mental health, and to influence and guide practice. However, it has been the greatest influence public health organization in the context of prevention services. This frame is made of three levels of services: primary prevention programs, aimed at the general population (estate) in an attempt to prevent abuse before it occurs, and programs of secondary prevention, targeting individuals or families who are more likely to abuse (high-risk), and prevention programs tertiary, targeting the fa...   [tags: mental health, parents, neglect]
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Child Labor- International Issue - Introduction Child labor is an immense international issue in the world today and gives rise to other problems. Through several facts, articles, and stories this paper will dive into the problems that many face on a daily basis due to their situation in child labor. This problem will look at where it is hitting some groups of people the hardest and where it may not be as much of a problem and is considered to be over exaggerated, getting several different perspectives of the issue. The various factors contributing to the dilemma of child labor will be touched upon throughout as well....   [tags: Immerse Coorporations, Cheap Labor]
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The Child Adoption Process - ... First off, the couple or person wanting to adopt needs to become familiar with the whole idea of adoption. They might want to subscribe to magazines, go to the library, talk to friends who have adopted and research the topic. Make sure the house, the child is coming home to, is stable and has plenty of space to make them comfortable. The couple or person adopting is required to understand that this is a immense responsibility and that once started has to be finished. An article from New York Times said, "Adoption is a wonderful option that works out so wonderfully for so many people....   [tags: plan, right type of adoption] 748 words
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Types of Child Abuse - Do you ever wonder why adults abuse their children. Well, I do. People that abuse their children don’t know what they are putting them through. Some forms of child abuse are physical abuse, neglect, sexual abuse, and emotional abuse. On November 17, 2013, a child was found handcuffed to a porch with a dead chicken hanging around his neck. The foster families parents were both arrested and put in jail, and 4 other kids including the other one were taken out of there. We need to stop child abuse by strengthening our Social Services and make them more aware of child abuse....   [tags: sexual, emotional, neglect] 574 words
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China's One Child Policy - Many of us in the United States get a chance to choice our rights of the number children we conceive, but many other countries and cultures have different views of on children how they are treated. I will explain, China and India then go into detail on what I believe will be best for India’s future. After the growth of more than 1.2 billion people, China became the largest population in the world. (8) In 1979, Chinese leader Deng Xiaoping limited Chinese population by enforcing the One Child Policy....   [tags: Population Control in China] 693 words
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Indifference to Child Abuse - ... Most of the abuse happens behind closed doors also. The caregiver usually threatens the children if they say they are going to tell someone. I believe that the stats online for child abuse are lower than they really are because children are afraid to talk about their situations. In this second paragraph I will be talking about what abuse does to the children. Some may say that one type of exploitation is worse than others when it comes to adolescents. I feel as if no abuse should occur. After years of mistreatment children may have low self-esteem, the feeling that they have no way out, and may even try to commit suicide....   [tags: The Perils of Indifference by Elie Wiesel] 658 words
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Strengthening The Foster Care and Adoption System - Many potential adopted parents have experienced heartbreak, anguish and other problems that can be associated with adoption. There is an imbalance in the Nations foster care system and the system needs to be strengthening and the quality of services improved. Despite attempts in the foster care system agencies under the guidelines of the “Adoption and Safe Families Act of 1997” (ASFA) to locate suitable homes and families for foster children, many remain in foster care. “Too often, Child Welfare policy and the agencies responsible for it – offices that respond to child abuse and neglect, oversee foster care placements, and seek to reunite children with their parents to find adoptive families...   [tags: Social Work]
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Research Paper: Foster Care In Michigan - ... There are many different agencies that are privately owned. Some of the agencies are associated with certain religions, but you do not have to believe in that religion in order to be a part of that agency. The second step to getting started in foster care is going to an orientation about foster care. This will help an individual learn what to expect when they become a foster parent. It makes them aware of the guidelines and expectations of a foster parent. The license requirements for Michigan: must be between 18 and 65, may be married or single, must have a good child care plan, an income that covers the family’s needs, you may own or rent housing but there has to be at least 40 square...   [tags: social services programs and policies]
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The Truth behind the Foster Care System - As family structure changes children pay the biggest price. They may lose the luxury of a stable home or school to call their own, when parent are no longer in the picture either. This is an issue that is largely ignored by society and most importantly the government. Without the foster system, children would be left abandoned and forgotten by all. The foster system provides thousands of homes for foster children each year, with parents that can give them what they need. But, foster care in America is inadequate for all American foster children and needs to be improved....   [tags: Social Services]
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Principles and Components of Primary Health Care - Principles and Components of Primary Health Care According to World Health Organization (1978), primary health care is defined as a universally accessible health care that is socially acceptable, affordable and requires individuals to be more self-reliant with their health care needs. Primary health care has many goals, but the most important is introducing the importance of self-reliance to individuals. The main objective of primary health care is to provide better health for all. In order to accomplish this goal, the world health organization stated five key goals....   [tags: Healthcare, Medicine]
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The Birth of a Family: Foster Care Adoption - ... When adopting from a different country make sure to not get ones mind set on a certain place. Some countries have a closed adoption policy where they only let people of their county adopted from their children. International adoption can be hard on the child. They do not know the language, the people are different and their everyday Relaford 6 surroundings are different. The person or people adopting may think they are helping the child, but the truth is they are terrified. International children need lots of love and a strong relationship with their new parent(s)....   [tags: birth parents, international adoption] 1065 words
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Assessment and care of a Pediatric Client with Constipation - Assessment and Care of a Pediatric Client with Constipation Hinds Community College, Nursing Allied Health Center Assessment and Care of a Pediatric Client with Constipation Constipation is a subject that many people might feel uncomfortable speaking about, but this abnormality could have undesirable side effects. Brunner and Suddarth defines constipation as, “an abnormal infrequency or irregularity of defecation, abnormal hardening of stools that make their passage difficult and sometimes painful, a decrease in stool volume, or retention of stool in the rectum for a prolonged period often with a sense of incomplete evacuation after defecation” (Smeltzer, Bare, Hinkle, & Cheever,...   [tags: Nursing, Health, Treatments]
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