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Parenting. Unit 1 The Parenthood Decision Mary Smith/Manila High School. Objective 1.1. Define terms related to the parenthood decision. Terms/Definitions. ADOPTIVE PARENT. A PERSON WHO BECOMES A PARENT THROUGH A LEGAL PROCESS. BIOLOGICAL PARENT.

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parenting

Parenting

Unit 1

The Parenthood Decision

Mary Smith/Manila High School

objective 1 1
Objective 1.1
  • Define terms related to the parenthood decision
adoptive parent
ADOPTIVE PARENT
  • A PERSON WHO BECOMES A PARENT THROUGH A LEGAL PROCESS
biological parent
BIOLOGICAL PARENT
  • TWO PEOPLE WHO CONCEIVE A CHILD; ALSO CALLED BIRTH PARENTS
blended family
BLENDED FAMILY
  • EITHER OR BOTH SPOUSES HAVE BEEN MARRIED BEFORE AND HAVE ONE OR MORE CHILDREN FROM A PREVIOUS RELATIONSHIP
extended family
EXTENDED FAMILY
  • SEVERAL GENERATIONS OF A FAMILY THAT LIVE TOGETHER
family planning
FAMILY PLANNING
  • A DELIBERATE ACT OF DECIDING HOW MANY CHILDREN AND THE SPACING OF YEARS BETWEEN EACH CHILD
foster parent
FOSTER PARENT
  • A PERSON WHO PROVIDES A TEMPORARY HOME FOR A CHILD
genetic counseling
GENETIC COUNSELING
  • MEDICAL ADVICE THAT TELLS A COUPLE THE OPTIONS AND RISKS OF HAVING GENETIC PROBLEMS IN THEIR CHILDREN
heredity
HEREDITY
  • THE SUM OF ALL THE QUALITIES A PERSON INHERITS FROM HIS OR HER PARENTS AT BIRTH
infertility
INFERTILITY
  • THE INABILITY TO CONCEIVE A CHILD
nuclear family
NUCLEAR FAMILY
  • MADE UP OF A MARRIED COUPLE AND THEIR BIOLOGICAL OR ADOPTED CHILDREN
parenting1
PARENTING
  • THE PROCESS OF CARING FOR CHILDREN AND HELPING THEM GROW AND LEARN
sibling
SIBLING
  • A BROTHER OR SISTER
objective 1 2
Objective 1.2
  • CLASSIFY TYPES OF PARENTS
parenting options
Parenting Options:
  • Biological parents
  • Adoptive parents
  • Foster parents
  • Surrogate parents
objective 1 3
Objective 1.3
  • State factors to consider in making a parenthood decision
true or false
True or False?
  • All parenting skills are instinctive
  • Parenting is always fun
  • Children are always cute and sweet
am i parent material factors to consider
Am I parent material? Factors to consider:
  • Desire to express marital love
  • Desire to be parents
  • Expectations about parenthood
  • Expectations about children
  • Pressure from family & friends
  • Desire to influence a partner
factors to consider
(factors to consider)
  • Your goals
  • Your marital relationship
  • Your finances
  • Your career
  • Your readiness for parenthood
  • Your age & health
wanted parent
Wanted: Parent
  • Full-time position available for mature individual. Job required dedication, flexibility, and nurturance. Must be willing to work seven 24-hour shifts per week. No experience needed, but child development knowledge is a definite plus. Responsibilities include: changing diapers, fixing meals, cleaning up messes, and answering questions, as well as teaching, loving, and guiding a child from infancy to adulthood. A minimum 18-year commitment is required.
do you have
Do you have…
  • Dedication
    • Deep level of commitment
  • Flexibility
    • Ready and able to adapt to new situations
  • Nurturance
    • Loving care and attention
objective 1 4
Objective 1.4
  • List types of family structures with components of each
family
Family
  • A person or group of persons who live together and support each other
types of families
Types of families:
  • Nuclear
    • Mom, Dad, their kids
  • Extended
    • Parents, children, other relatives
  • Single-Parent
    • One parent and his/her children
  • Blended
    • Step-parents and stepchildren
  • Couple without Children
    • A (married) couple who have no children
objective 1 4 2
Objective 1.4.2
  • Examine the impact of an additional child within each family structure
more kids
More kids?
  • Nuclear
  • Extended
  • Single-parent
  • Blended
  • Couple without children
objective 1 5
Objective 1.5
  • List costs related to having and raising a child
what it costs to raise a child
What it costs to raise a child…
  • 2001—the total cost to raise a child from birth to age 17 averages $170,500!!!
costs
Costs….
  • Housing
    • Bigger house, taxes, utilities, furniture, equipment
  • Food
    • More groceries, formula, baby food
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Also…
  • Clothing
    • Baby clothes (they grow fast), diapers, shoes
  • Child Care and Education
    • Babysitters, school expenses, college
  • Health Care
    • Pregnancy, delivery, immunizations, doctor visits, health problems, accidents, injuries, normal sickness, prescriptions
  • Other
    • Toys, books, computers, entertainment, lessons, etc
objective 1 6
Objective 1.6
  • Name reasons for family planning
advantages of family planning
Advantages of family planning:
  • Helps ensure parenthood by choice rather than by chance
  • Allows a couple to set and reach goals
  • To determine number and spacing of children
  • To allow for a couple’s physical, emotional, and financial readiness
objective 1 7
Objective 1.7
  • List factors that influence family planning decisions
factors that influence family planning
Factors that influence family planning:
  • Age
  • Security in the marriage
  • Goals
  • Personal readiness
  • Health
  • Emotions
  • Finances
  • Spacing of children
options for infertile couples
Options for Infertile Couples
  • In vitro fertilization
  • Artificial insemination
  • Surrogate mother
  • Adoption
objective 1 8
Objective 1.8
  • Describe the purpose of genetic counseling
reasons for genetic counseling
Reasons for genetic counseling
  • Family history of genetic disorders
  • Previous birth of a child with a genetic disorder
  • Personal choice based on age or some other risk factor
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