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Helping children and adolescents with chronic and serious medical conditions

Helping children and adolescents with chronic and serious medical conditions

a strengths-based approach

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Published by Wiley in Hoboken, N.J .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Child health services,
  • Teenagers -- Medical care

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statement[edited by] Nancy Boyd Webb.
    ContributionsWebb, Nancy Boyd, 1932-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRJ101 .H43 2009
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23631614M
    ISBN 109780470371398
    LC Control Number2009028340
    OCLC/WorldCa316010053

    Publications on maternal, newborn, child and adolescent health Management of the sick young infant aged up to 2 months - updated chart booklet and training manuals August -- This update reflects the recent guidelines on Managing possible serious bacterial infection (PSBI) in young infants when referral is not feasible published in Children Guidelines for Home Care of Infants, Children, and Adolescents with Chronic Disease 0 Many infants, children, and adolescents with long-term, serious health problems are confined to hospitals for prolonged treatment during recovery, and such patients are rehospitalized frequently. Hospitalized patients usually lack the normal, in-.

    A chronic illness is a condition that lasts It's estimated that up to one-third of people with a serious medical condition have Research on chronic illnesses and depression indicates that. The child who is diagnosed with a serious and chronic medical illness is at greater risk for developing emotional problems. Unlike a child who has a temporary medical condition such as the flu, the child with a chronic illness must cope with knowing that the disease is permanent, incurable and may even get worse with time.

    Dr. Nancy Boyd Webb is a clinical social worker and holds the title of Distinguished University Professor Emerita at Fordham University Graduate School of Social Service where she held the endowed James R. Dumpson Chair in Child Welfare Studies and where she founded, directed, and taught in the Post-master’s Certificate Program in Child and Adolescent Therapy for 22 .   Abstract Headaches are common in children and adolescents. Among children 5 to 17 years of age, 20% of the total pediatric cases have reported to be of headaches.(1) The most common types of headaches in this age group are tension headaches i.e. about 15% and migraine i.e. 5%. However, less than 3% of headaches are [ ].


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"Helping Children and Adolescents with Chronic and Serious Medical Conditions provides a wellspring of knowledge, from the theoretical to the clinical. The many vignettes and transcriptions immeasurably enrich the reader's understanding of the interventions and their broader applicability.".

—Barbara M. Sourkes, PhD.5/5(3). Helping Children and Adolescents with Chronic and Serious Medical Conditions: A Strengths-Based Approach - Kindle edition by Webb, Nancy Boyd.

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The many vignettes and transcriptions immeasurably enrich the reader's understanding of the interventions and their broader applicability."5/5(2). Providing an innovative inter-professional model, Helping Children and Adolescents with Chronic and Serious Medical Conditions provides a multi-disciplinary approach so that practitioners from a diverse range of helping fields, working in hospitals, out-patient clinics, agencies and schools, may be better equipped to foster children's resilience and build on.

Details about Helping Children and Adolescents with Chronic and Serious Medical Conditions: A Strengths-Based Approach "Helping Children and Adolescents with Chronic and Serious Medical Conditionsprovides a wellspring of knowledge, from Price: $ With thoughtful coverage of positive helping approaches that encourage family and individual strengths,Helping Children and Adolescents with Chronic and Serious Medical Conditions: A Strengths-Based Approachis an invaluable resource for social workers, teachers, school counselors, and other mental health and medical professionals who work with medically challenged children and adolescents.

Helping children and adolescents with chronic and serious medical conditions: a strengths-based approach / Nancy Boyd Webb, editor. Other author/creator Webb, Nancy Boyd, Many practitioners lack the training to deal competently with acute and chronic health issues presented by their young clients.

This book provides a multi-disciplinary approach so that practitioners from a diverse range of helping fields may be better equipped to foster children's resilience and build on their emotional strengths. Although this book is to help work through the life changes and challenges of an illness, it also helps remind kids that there is more to them than their illness with pages dedicated to what makes them unique and special.

In short, I think every child, whether young or teen, facing a health challenge could benefit from this book. Publisher Synopsis " Helping Children and Adolescents with Chronic and Serious Medical Conditions provides a wellspring of knowledge, from the theoretical to the clinical.

The many vignettes and transcriptions immeasurably enrich the reader's understanding of the interventions and their broader applicability.". Helping Children and Adolescents with Chronic and Serious Medical Conditions: A Strengths-Based Approach presents practical guidance on integrating the latest research into evidence-based practice to ensure the best client care.

Edited by a top scholar in the field, this essential resource contains contributions from renowned specialists in various helping : Wiley.

Over the last century, the primary burden of disease in children and young people has shifted from infectious diseases towards chronic conditions.1 Improvements in neonatal and paediatric care for chronic conditions mean more children with previously lethal conditions are now surviving into adulthood.2,3 Depending on the definition used, 13–27% of children are affected by chronic conditions Cited by: Parents can help by allowing children to help in management of their illness (with close adult supervision).

They should also reassure their children that the illness is not their fault. Parents can help elementary school kids develop resilience in the face of a chronic illness.

Adolescent girls with a chronic illness are more likely to suffer from depression than adolescent males. Low levels of social support lead to poorer outcomes. Family history of depression is also a risk factor for the development of mood disorders.

Illnesses involving the. Encourage your child to spend time with other children with a chronic illness or disability that is the same or similar to your child's condition. Frequently talk about the illness or condition so that your child feels comfortable being open about it.

Praise for Helping Children and Adolescents with Chronic and Serious Medical ConditionsA Strengths-Based Approach"Helping Children and Adolescents with Chronic and Serious Medical Conditionsprovides a wellspring of knowledge, from the theoretical. What Are Chronic Illnesses.

There are two types of illnesses: acute and illnesses (like a cold or the flu) are usually over relatively quickly.

Chronic illnesses, though, are long-lasting health conditions (the word "chronic" comes from the Greek word chronos, meaning time). Having a chronic condition doesn't necessarily mean an illness is critical or.

clinical services to community programs that help people prevent and manage their chronic diseases and conditions. Sincethe Tips From Former Smokers ® campaign has motivated overcigarette smokers to quit for good.

The percentage of adults meeting the national guideline for aerobic physical activity increased from 44% in to. Scope of the Problem: Chronic illness in Childhood and Adolescence. A chronic illness or medical condition is a health problem that lasts three months or more, affects a child’s normal activities, and requires frequent hospitalizations, home health care, and/or extensive medical care (Mokkink et al.

).Specifically, Van Cleave et al. () define chronic health conditions in a child Cited by:   Meet with your child's teachers regularly to talk about how your child is doing at school. Ask if your child's health condition is affecting her schoolwork or behavior.

If your child is missing a lot of school due to illness, talk with her teacher about ways to help her keep up with her work. Know the Law. By law, your child is entitled to an. Some children and teenagers with chronic health conditions react to the worries and disruptions the condition presents by becoming depressed or overly anxious.

The term for this is “internalizing problems.” The child responds to the condition with internal .About 2 million adolescents (6% of persons aged years) in the United States have a chronic health condition that results in limitation of daily activities or disability. 1, 2 The most common of these conditions are asthma and other chronic respiratory tract diseases, musculoskeletal disorders, and heart disease.

3 Mental health problems, such as depression, Cited by:   U.S. adolescents are a more diverse group than ever before. This diversity extends to youth’s health needs, which can include managing chronic conditions or disabilities. Childhood disabilities can have lifelong effects on health, educational, vocational, and economic outcomes.

1,2 As a group, youth with chronic conditions and disabilities have more complex Author: Office of Adolescent Health.