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Mental Health in Kids and Teens
Learners identify various therapeutic interaction strategies to be used when working with children and adolescents to enhance self-esteem, self-concept, self-worth, body image, and coping and communication skills.
In this interactive object, learners examine the characteristics of osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, and osteoporosis. Students then describe the precautions to be aware of when working with clients who have arthritis and identify assistive devices that clients might use to prevent injuries at home.
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This is a review of everything we have learned about throughout the term in Health. Answer the question correctly, and you get a hit, however, if you get it wrong, it is an out. Topics: Alcohol, Tobacco, & Drug Use While Pregnant; Eating Disorders; Coping with Loss & Grief; Anxiety; Depression; Developing Your Self-Esteem; Family Relationships; Friendships