- Author:Monica Loose Jones
- Publisher:HarperCollins Publishers (January 1985)
- Pages:306 pages
- FB2 format1889 kb
- ePUB format1107 kb
- DJVU format1922 kb
- Formats:azw mbr lit docx
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This humane and sensitive book gives practical advice and support to parents of chronically ill children and to those involved with their care. Audrey McCollum deals sensitively with both the physical and emotional difficulties these children face at each stage of their development as well as the unique pressures encountered by their families.
Methods: The parents of the children who were admitted to the children´s department at our rehabilitation institute in 2010 were . the psychosocial difficulties of the chronically ill or disabled children and their parents.
Methods: The parents of the children who were admitted to the children´s department at our rehabilitation institute in 2010 were invited to cooperate. The Measure of Process of Care for Parents (MPOC-20) questionnaire was sent to 238 parents. Demographic and medical data were also collected. Results: 104 parents/caregivers replied upon first invitation. Aim: We wanted to identify the importance of several factors that could influence the. evaluation of processes of care. Methods: The parents of the children who were admitted to the children´s department at our.
This step-by-step, illustrated handbook offers clear and comprehensive instructions on delivering medical care to an ill or disabled child. Shipping: FREE Within . Destination, rates & speeds. 30 Day Return Policy.
Jones became a practical expert through caring for her own daughter: ""Although she did become progressively . Distinct from earlier home-care guides in focusing on children-and helpful in conquering daily hurdles, as well as answering persistent questions.
From sound interviews with health professionals, she is able to provide the medical background.
Children are a blessing. As a parent of a disabled child I don’t feel I need comfort. My brother was chronically ill and my mother just wanted people to listen. Caring for a special needs child can take up a lot of time. Understanding yes, but not comfort. My child is as good as any other and a true gift from God. It is hard for people to understand that it is difficult and we have different challenges than other parents but we have our children. Comfort is for what comes after.
Tina Aswani Omprakash is a Crohn’s patient and health advocate for the chronically ill and disabled. She is based out of New York City. Tina is a student of Public Health at Mount Sinai’s Icahn School of Medicine.
Parents joke about bubble wrapping their children to save them from all the world’s dangers. This information is not a substitute for professional medical, psychiatric or psychological advice. There’s a fair bit of controversy about how far we go to protect our kids. It’s hard to know where the line is between our healthy parental duty to protect and unhealthy over-sheltering. com or its partners by any person quoted or mentioned.