Care and health of children who are experiencing/have experienced abuse and/or neglect. In your Health Promotion Report, you will need to include the following:
Care and health of children who are experiencing/have experienced abuse
Module Three (3): Care and health of children who are experiencing/have experienced abuse and/or neglect
In your Health Promotion Report, you will need to include the following:
Firstly, define and discuss child abuse and/or neglect AND
Secondly, the theories of child abuse/or neglect AND
Thirdly, describe the impact of abuse and/or neglect on the child’s development and well-being AND
Fourthly, discuss the reporting procedure if child abuse and/or neglect is suspect and your responsibilities AND
Further, provide your recommended plan for at least ONE health promotion and at least ONE education strategies as a professional for child and/or families and/or professionals AND
Additionally, apply at least two of the Ottawa Charter for Health Promotion (WHO, 1986) action areas within your discussion in the appropriate sections depending on which actions or principles are discussed AND
Finally, discuss any cultural priorities or consideration that need to be considered when planning health promotion.
The Report should adhere to the following structure:
Title page with Assessment details and Student details, student name and student number on all pages and number all pages.
Introduction to chosen topic
Subheadings to be use to address above requirements for the chosen Module: outline above for Module 3 or Module 4
References within 5-7 years to be use, peer review and relevant to the assessment topic.
Dot points are NOT to be use d.
Submit all assessment in Word Doc format, no PDF format.
Appendixes may be include to support your Report and will not be include in the word count.
Below is the link to the Australian Childhood Foundation which has some great links to evidence based articles and other organisations which discuss childhood development, impacts on and strategies to assist.
Protecting our Children. Understanding and preventing abuse and neglect in Early Childhood. By Sharon Hirschy and Eliane Wilkinson.