moderate association between SHORT-CARE pervasive depression and the number of life events experienced over the previous year. Personal illness, bereavement and theft were the most salient events. There was a stronger, graded, relationship between the number of social support deﬁcits (SSDs) and depression...
Identify risk and resilience factors for the young person concerned as they go through the process of transitions. You should evaluate how the legal framework can support the young person’s transition.
The young person this case study is about is a young boy named Tom; he is one years old and is currently...
affect children and young people’s development including:
2.2 Describe with examples the importance of recognising and responding to concerns about children and young people’s development.
3.1 Identify the transitions experienced by most children and young...
Duration 3 Hours 100 Marks
FIRST PROP DP FOURIE MRS E VISSER
KS HL HENDERSON MRS E MOJAPELO-BATKA
MS PB MOKISATLHE MRS BC VON KROSIGK
SECOND PROF WA SNYMUS
EXTERNAL PROF JB SCHOEMAN (PRETORIA - UP)
ANSWER QUESTION 1...
for pointing, holding small objects and starting to dress and feed themselves. Also they can play with balls and enjoy climbing.
After 3 years, children start to have more control to use pencils and crayons, books; they can use cups and feed themselves and will have more confidence when they running...
LOSING A LOVED ONE:
A LITERATURE REVIEW OF
BEREAVEMENT AND RESILIENCE
Megan R. Moran
This review summarizes the existing literature related to assessment and measurement,
foundations of behavior, applications to therapy, special populations, relevant ethical and
Aspects of HIV/AIDS:
Children and Adolescents
Kristin L. Close, LMSW
1. Identify psychosocial factors that affect children and
adolescents infected with human immunodeficiency
virus (HIV)/AIDS and how these factors relate to
general chronic illness.
2. Identify sources of stigma and...
Outcome 3: Understand the potential effects of transitions on children and young people
3.1 Identify the transitions experienced by most children and young people
3.3 Describe with examples how transitions may affect children and young people’s behaviour and development
a. Explain how children and young people’s development is influenced by a range of personal factors.
The range of personal factors can be influenced in both the positive and negative with regards to a child’s or young person’s development these can include:-
The social situation i.e. where and how...
Identify the transitions experienced by most children and young people.
Most children may experiencetransitions; transitions can be long term or short term.
Sometransitions that most children may experience are likely to be, starting school or changing from one school to another. Some families...
exemption for bereavement in the diagnostic criteria that allows for such symptoms to persist for up to two months after the death of a loved one, more than two months of persistent and pervasive depressive symptoms maybe diagnosed as a major depressive disorder (MDD) in the context of bereavement. These symptoms...
Bereavement Support for Families Following the Death of a Child from Cancer
Natarlie Decinquea; Leanne Monterossob; Gaye Dadda; Ranita Sidhua; Rosemary Macphersona; Samar Aounc a Princess Margaret Hospital, Perth, Western Australia b Princess Margaret Hospital for Children and Edith Cowan...
quickly as some physical stressors and the body may be depleted of its
adaptive energy more readily than it is from physical stressors; this chronic stress response increases susceptibility to diseases of adaptation
i. Emotional state may not adapt as quickly
ii. Some adjustment...
1. Identify the translations experienced by most children and young people
* Moving nursery/school – E.g. From one nursery to another o from primary to secondary school.
* Moving house – E.g. To a new area. The child/young person must settle and adapt to the new area.
* New sibling/family...
world-class teaching to deliver ground-breaking advances in physical and mental health care.
M E N TA L H E A LT H N U R S I N G O F A D U LT S W I T H L E A R N I N G D I SA B I L I T I E S
This publication provides guidance for nurses and nursing students in mental...
L Scenario or case study
D Learner’s own products M Task set by CACHE
E Learner log N Questions and answers
F Activity plan or planned activity O Assessment method devised by Centre
G Observation of CYP or adults by the learner Assessment plan
be diagnosed in war veterans, PTSD can also be
diagnosed in civilians. Often, as in the case with bereavement and grief, little to no attention is
given to young children in such situations; children tend to cope differently with traumatic
events. Treatment options for PTSD include psychodynamic,...
minimise the latter, none of us can avoid the former. Death is one human experience that we can all anticipate with absolute certainty’ (Legood/Markham 1:2003).
Death and dying are inescapable aspects of the human experience, and at some point in everyone’s life it is inevitable that they will have to face...
China, and cannot speak any English, this could affected the development in the child making friends, due to not being able to communicate with other children, Child R is also going to struggle to express how they are feeling. i.e. if they are feeling unwell. This could result in the child becoming moody...
Nursing 464—Exam 3
Death in the Lives of Adults (Class 11)
* I. Parental Bereavement
* Erickson, adulthood- Generativity vs. Stagnation: A child’s death is opposed to the nurturing psychosocial task of adulthood
* Death of a child represents the untimely...