Chat with us, powered by LiveChat Zachary is a 5-year-old boy admitted to the pediatric unit with dehydration. His parents work in a small town 90 miles from the hospital, and you are planning his Chil - Writeden

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Zachary is a 5-year-old boy admitted to the pediatric unit with dehydration. His parents work in a small town 90 miles from the hospital, and you are planning his Child Life services as well as looking at his discharge needs. Describe the role and impact of family-centered care in the planning of Zachary's services.


Review the material at the Suicide Prevention Resource Center or another professional resource. 

Choose two points or concerns relating to children and suicide. Discuss your chosen topics clearly and expand your discussion with additional information from two academic published sources, one of which can be our textbook.

· Align your posting to the discussion rubric and make sure you support your writing with facts.  Your writing cannot be solely opinion.

· Do not copy the question back into your reply.


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An important part of college, and any content creation, is organizing and storing your information. When you write an academic paper, part of what you will do is use other people's research to support your assertions. When you do this, you have to properly quote and cite this information (or paraphrase with citation), and then reference this information. When in college, the typical citation methods include APA, MLA, and Chicago. In addition, there are others such as AP, AMA, Bluebook, and IEEE.


For this week's discussion, come up with an example of diminishing marginal utility that you've encountered recently. This example could be a product or service you've purchased or an experience you've had


What should the organization communicate to its stakeholders and the public about its crisis management and sustainability efforts?


1, What are the benefits of planning in your personal life?.

2. What are the benefits of planning well for a group of children in an after-school program?

Your post must be a minimum of 250 words and your response to two other classmates must be a 100 word each


1. If you were going to use the project-based approach to planning with a group of after-school children, ages kindergarten to 3rd grade, brainstorm a list of 5 possible projects?


. What are some of the questions you could use to stimulate their inquiry and learning about the projects? (Use Bloom's Taxonomy) Write three questions for each project you suggested.


Write a plan about how you have the children present their projects. Who would they present to? What would they need to do? What would you do to facilitate and support their presentations?


. Again, assume your after school group includes children in Kindergarten through 3rd grade. You want to use the integrated approach to teaching children about the subject of spiders, Plan an activity in each of these areas: Art, Music, Math, Science, Language, Social Studies and Outdoor Activities. Make a list of books or poems you could use. For art, do Not say, we will draw, paint or color spiders. Make it an activity that is teaching an art concept.

Q 11

Qasim is one member a growing immigrant community, having arrived only recently with his mother, father, and older sister, Daba, from Syria. Qasim is two years old. At home Qasim’s family speaks Arabic, but both parents are taking English classes and are committed to become skilled in the language of their new home. Through an interpreter, Qasim’s parents report that he has an extensive vocabulary and seems to be adding new words and using longer sentences, in Arabic, each day. The journey to their new home was a perilous one. His family has shared that Qasim sometimes has bad dreams about their journey that wake him up and require stroking, rocking, and soothing words to get him back to sleep. His family calls him a “little professor” based on the fact that he is extremely curious, quite perceptive, and very interested in how things work. To support his English development and help him begin to feel at home, his family has sent him to your nearby early childhood program each day. As his teacher, you notice that he often seems withdrawn and quiet, but is also watching the other children to see and follow what they’re doing. How would you support his transition into your classroom and engage his family in this new early learning experience? Discuss with peers.