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Parenting. Unit 4 Parenting Challenges. 4.1 Match terms related to parenting challenges. 1. ADHD - (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder) - a learning disability in which a person is not able to control his or her activity or concentrate for a normal length of time.

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    1. Parenting Unit 4 Parenting Challenges

    2. 4.1 Match terms related to parenting challenges 1. ADHD - (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder) - a learning disability in which a person is not able to control his or her activity or concentrate for a normal length of time. 2. attention span - the length of time a person can concentrate on any one thing. 3. autism - a disorder characterized by lack of communication, extreme concern with oneself, and detachment from reality. 4. caregiver - a person that provides care for and meets the needs of someone else 5. child abuse - physical, emotional, or sexual violence against children 6. child neglect - failure to meet the child's physical or emotional needs 7. crisis - an unstable or critical situation in which the outcome will make a decisive difference for better or worse 8. disabled - unable to perform certain physical, mental, and/or emotional tasks. 9. dual career family - a family in which both husband and wife are employed outside the home

    3. 10. dysfunctional family - family system in which one or more family members do not fulfill their responsibilities throwing the system out of balance 11. gifted child - children with unusual intelligence, special artistic talents, and/or the ability to understand relationships and abstract ideas. 12. hyperactive - being overly and uncontrollably active. 13. inclusion - a term for enrolling special needs children into all areas of the curriculum 14. latch key child - a child who regularly goes home after school to an empty house or apartment 15. postpartum depression - feelings of sadness and hopelessness following the birth, delivery, and recovery period 16. prodigy - a gifted child. 17. shaken baby syndrome - a serious type of physical abuse that occurs when a baby is violently shaken 18. sibling - a brother or sister 19. special needs population - a group of people identified as needing assistance to compensate for specific disabilities.

    4. 4.2 Name specific concerns of a new parent • that they will be a good parent • ability to care of the infant • soft spot • bathing • caring for circumcision • health of the baby • sneezing • coughing • bowel function

    5. 4.3 List specific concerns of single parents • all physical care and guidance • all financial needs • food, clothing, shelter, child care • lack emotional support • need for role model • latch key child(a child who regularly goes home after school to an empty house or apartment)

    6. 4.4 Name specific concerns of dual-career families (a family in which both husband and wife are employed outside the home) • childcare options • childcare costs • career obligations • division of household chores

    7. 4.5 List qualities of child-care services • trained caregivers(a person that provides care for and meets the needs of someone else) • cleanliness • organization • safe environment • healthy meals and snacks

    8. 4.6 List causes of child abuse (physical, emotional, or sexual violence against children) and neglect (failure to meet the child's physical or emotional needs) • Abuse and neglect are common in a dysfunctional family(family system in which one or more family members do not fulfill their responsibilities throwing the system out of balance) • Alcoholism and drug abuse are contributing factors. • Postpartum depression(feelings of sadness and hopelessness following the birth, delivery, and recovery period) can cause women to abuse, neglect or kill their children in extreme situations. • Parents may loose control and shake a crying baby which can lead to shaken baby syndrome (a serious type of physical abuse that occurs when a baby is violently shaken).

    9. 4.7 Designate symptoms of child abuse and neglect • cuts • bruises • bite marks • burns • very low self esteem • promiscuous • dirty clothes • malnutrition

    10. 4.8 Identify characteristics of children with special needs(a group of people identified as needing assistance to compensate for specific disabilities) • Mentally Disabled (unable to perform certain physical, mental, and/or emotional tasks) • intellectual function below average • unable to care for self or live independently • can care for self with assistance • Physically Disabled • limited mobility, vision, hearing, speech • immobile, blind, deaf, mute

    11. Learning Disabled: dyslexia, ADD, ADHD(a learning disability in which a person is not able to control his or her activity or concentrate for a normal length of time) A hyperactive(being overly and uncontrollably active) child may struggle in school short attention span(the length of time a person can concentrate on any one thing) can affect learning subject specific

    12. Emotional Disorders: depression anxiety autism (disorder characterized by lack of communication, extreme concern with oneself, and detachment from reality) Gifted Children(children with unusual intelligence, special artistic talents, and/or the ability to understand relationships and abstract ideas) above average intellectual abilities extraordinary talent often referred to as a prodigy (a gifted child)

    13. 4.9 Determine requirements of children with special needs • They want to be treated like everyone else, especially their sibling (a brother or sister) • Specific equipment if need is physical • crutches, braces, wheel chair • hearing aids, sign language • Braille • Specific education requirements for learning disabilities • IEP, designated classroom • inclusion (a term for enrolling special needs children into all areas of the curriculum) • Challenges and outlets for gifted children • advanced course • musical, art

    14. 4.10 Explain care required for and injured or sick child • Caring for a sick child often involves no more than keeping the child inside and quiet for a while. • Often recovery takes only a few days. • Keep the child away from other children during the contagious period. • The child may need pain relief or a medicine to reduce fever. NEVER give aspirin to a child with a fever. • Allow the child to sleep. • Quite play will help to pass the time.

    15. 4.11 Describe parenting strategies to help cope with crisis(an unstable or critical situation in which the outcome will make a decisive difference for better or worse) • Members pull together to help each other meet their needs and cope with change. • The family sets financial goals and work to meet them. • budgeting, cutting costs • Community resources are used when needed. • church, community counseling • Professional help is used when needed. • doctor, counselor, therapist

    16. 4.12 Identify resources available for parenting problems • family members • neighbors • teachers • co-workers • clergy members • public agencies • private agencies • support groups