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Qualifications Needed To Work With Disabled Children
New beginnings!: Transitions are always a tricky time in life no matter what type of "abled" you are! your school should have a team that is set up to help you with this transition. There are also typically a number of community resources available to help. Reach out of your friends and family as well to let them know how they can support you during this time of changes and new beginnings! good luck! ...Read more
What would be your qualifications for working as a volunteer in a children's hospital? What would you look for?
Generally: Someone who is understanding, compassionate, lots of patience , personable, always have a smile on his face, someone who listens, and love unconditionally.Someone who is uplifting , mature and responsible with a positive attitude! someone who is a team player, is also important. ...Read more
Pediatric asthma: All children with asthma should receive albuterol for quick relief of symptoms. Nih asthma guidelines suggest, children 0-4 years old with persistent asthma be treated preferably with low doses of inhaled steroids (pulmicort, flovent) or alternatively with singulair (montelukast) or cromolyn. As the severity worsens, higher doses of inhaled steroids are used and combined with singulair (montelukast) or serevent (as advair). ...Read more
Many choices: There are many different careers for professionals who work with sick children. Doctors and nurses are obvious, but child life specialists, physical therapists, respiratory therapists, pharmacists, speech therapists, social work and psychologists are among the many other choices. Also, health providers of many types can tailor their practice or career to focus on children in particular. ...Read more
Disabled child: If the child is totally unable to eat, as an infant, then a feeding tube is usually placed, through the nose, into the stomach. If the problem turns out to be something that is not going to resolve quickly, then a feeding tube is placed, surgically, directly into the stomach. Occupational therapy should also be a part of care. They can help your child to learn to eat, if developmentally possible. ...Read more
Many: Children with autism spectrum disorders often require the help of many different professionals. Some are teachers, teacher assistants, pediatricians, psychiatrists, neurologists, nurses, nutritionists, physical therapists, occupational therapists, speech therapists, behavioral therapists, and many more. ...Read more
Complex: Physicians can address safety and any medical limitations that may be needed. Rehab medicine doctors and physical therapists may assess physical competencies in terms of physical abilities and limitations and psychologists or neuropsychologist may adress mental comeptencies. Physcial measurements, cognitive and neuropsych testing, and similar tests can be performed. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Slow ly but surely: The best way to work off the love handles is by burning slightly more calories than you consume every day. This will result in a slow, steady decrease in body fat that won't feel onerous. It is the healthiest way to do it as well. Add in some cardio, do some core, and lift some weights to burn more. Make small changes to your diet to decrease your calories. Loss no more than 1 #/week. ...Read more
I would like to know how much exercise is to much? I currently work out 5 days a week for abour 2 hours. I am trying to lose my baby weight I have 2 children 2 and 4yrs and with my son i gained 60+ pounds. I've lost about 55 pounds so far. But im trying t
Keep up : Your good work. You are doing just fine. ...Read more
Do Not Think So: No evidence that I am aware of that it does.But i don't think that it hurts. ...Read more
Child psychologists: Children's mental facilities generally employ a variety of practitioners to help patients and their families. There may be child psychiatrists, child psychologists, social workers, nurses, counselors, teachers, and various assistants working as a team. There would also most likely be pediatricians, primary care physicians, or possibly nurse practitioners to help with basic medical needs. ...Read more
ADHD treatment: It is the skill and relation with trained therapist that works best rather than merely technique. It is very important for parents to learn about the nature of adhd and brain development, to understand better what your child is dealing with. A good book for adhd education is "scattered" by gabor mate. Kids with adhd are sensitive, relationship-hungry, creative and punishment does not work. ...Read moreSee 13 more doctor answers
Pediatric oncologist: Physicians who specialize in cancer care for children are pediatric oncologists. These doctors have generally done medical school plus a three year period of on the job training in pediatrics followed by a two to three year period of on the job training in cancer care focused on treating malignant diseases in children. ...Read more
Hydration: The primary treatment in viral gastroenteritis is a close attention to hydration.A source of fluids through oral rehydration fluids, and some solids like applesause, steamed rice, unseasoned pasta and bananas, all help.With proper hydration, most kids will self heal over a few days. ...Read more
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