By Linda L. Eddy
Caring for Children with certain Healthcare wishes and Their households: A guide for Healthcare Professionals presents a advisor for addressing the demanding situations of offering optimum basic and regimen deal with the certain wishes population. greater than simply taking care of the sufferers, the textual content stresses the significance of taking care of their households as well.
The e-book starts with chapters on universal elements of this inhabitants, together with actual or sensory disabilities and developmental and studying disabilities. next chapters expound on extra particular issues with regards to conversation, mobility, emotional matters, caliber of existence, and end-of-life.
Caring for Children with detailed Healthcare wishes and Their Families is a must have booklet for kin and pediatric nurse practitioners, registered nurses, healthcare technicians, medical professional assistants and social providers pros who see those sufferers frequently as a part of their day-by-day sufferer load.Content:
Chapter 1 creation (pages 3–7): Linda L. Eddy
Chapter 2 universal actual or Sensory Disabilities (pages 9–55): Mary C. Sobralske
Chapter three universal Developmental/Learning Disabilities (pages 57–70): Linda L. Eddy
Chapter four taking good care of teenagers with Feeding and conversation modifications (pages 71–85): Lisa Lyons
Chapter five taking care of young children with Mobility alterations (pages 87–96): Jeannine Roth
Chapter 6 taking care of the kid with particular Social and Emotional wishes (pages 97–116): Sheela M. Choppala‐Nestor and Portia Riley
Chapter 7 felony and Regulatory concerns (pages 117–132): Ginny Wacker Guido
Chapter eight Use of Theories to lead perform (pages 133–148): Linda L. Eddy
Chapter nine improving caliber of lifestyles for kids with precise Healthcare wishes (pages 149–159): Linda L. Eddy
Chapter 10 effect on relations and lengthening family members Well‐Being (pages 161–172): Linda L. Eddy
Chapter eleven Public future health and college well-being Nursing of youngsters with specified Healthcare wishes (pages 173–190): Phyllis Eide
Chapter 12 End‐of‐Life take care of little ones with particular wishes and their households (pages 191–219): Janet A. Lohan
Chapter thirteen evaluation, and improvement of an Interprofessional Plan of Care (pages 221–243): Nancy Lowry and Patricia Shaw
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