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Child Development 2

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Divorce legal process that leads to the termination of marriage
Child Custody term used to describe the legal and practical relationship between a parent and child. This can cause residence and contact issues and conflicts
Child Support ongoing obligation for a periodic payment made by the non-custodial parent to the custodial parent
Grief multi-faceted response to loss. Although conventionally focused on the emotional response to loss, it also has physical, cognitive, behavioral, social, and philosophical dimensions.
Death of a Parent psychological harm Therefore, it is important that the emotions the child feels are worked through completely and discussed openly
Death of a Child Loss, miscarriage, SIDS, abortion, or stillbirth
Physical Conditions of the body or mind that cause pain, dysfunction, or distress to the person afflicted or those in contact with the person can be deemed an illness.
Mental depression, anxiety, schizophrenia, ADHD
Social Social determinants of health are the social conditions in which people live which determine their health. Illnesses are generally related to social, economic, political, and environmental circumstances.
Nuclear Family nuclear families can be any size, so long as the family can support itself and consists of only parents and children.
Nuclear Family commonality third most common household arrangement in the nation.
EXTENDED FAMILY use the network of relatives to act as a close-knit community. Can included spouses of children, aunts, uncles, cousins, etc.
EXTENDED FAMILY rules growing up this way does not necessarily mean severing bonds between oneself, parents, or grandparents. The members of the household often share the workload. The leader is usually the oldest male, and they set the rules for the family.
Single Parent is a parent who cares for one or more children without the assistance of another parent in the home.
STEP FAMILY New family that comes along with stepparents
Shared parenting both parents equally raise child
Stage One: Single Young Adults Leave Home Leave home become independent, have to have financial stability, make deep relationships
Stage Two: The new Couple Joins Their Families Through Marriage Or Living Together emotional transition. have to do things differently.
Stage Three: Families with Young Children Except new members in family adjust to make space for new kids, juggling task, and financial and household tasks.
Stage Four Families with Adolescents- Increase in flexibility of the family, sandwhich generation
Stage Five: Launching Children and Moving On- Difficult time for parents
Stage Six: Families in Later Life- Shifting of roles
First order change Changing the individuals in a setting to attempt to fix a problem.
Second order change Attending to systems and structures involved with the problem to adjust the person-environment fit
Created by: Niameb