Dying and Disabled Children (inbunden)
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Forstenzer, Frances K. (red.)
Illustrations, unspecified
216 x 156 x 19 mm
470 g
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Dying and Disabled Children (inbunden)

Dying and Disabled Children

Dealing With Loss and Grief

Inbunden,  Engelska, 1989-01-01
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In this sensitive and compassionate look at terminally ill and disabled children, professionals from the medical community examine the stresses faced by their parents and siblings. They address the crucial element of communication--within a family and between health care providers and family members--in dealing with a childs serious illness. Ethical decision making, learning to recognize the childs suffering, and talking to children about death are honestly and clearly discussed. Experts offer direct interventions to help family members through the grieving process once a child has died.
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Harold M. Dick, David Price Roye, Jr., Penelope R. Buschman, Austin H. Kutscher, Boris Rubinstein, and Francis K. Forstenzer Editors


Contents I. Loss of a Body Part Traumatic Amputation in Childhood: Functional and Psychosocial Aspects Emotional Reactions to the Loss of a Body Part Reaction of Children and Adolescents to Amputation Amputation and the Reconstruction of Congenital Lesions II. Loss of a Perfect Child Loss of the Perfect Child and Ethical Decision Making: Miguels Story III. Chronic Loss and Disability Seeking Significance Pediatric Orthopedics: Dealing With Loss and Chronic Sorrow The Impact of the Disabled Child on the Family Some Aspects of Psychosocial Sequelae to Treatment of Scoliosis in Adolescent Girls IV. Dealing With Life-Threatening Disease Care of the Dying Adolescent and the Bereaved Family Depression, Denial, and Withdrawal in Mothers of Seriously Ill Children and Adolescents Suffering by Children: Some Observations of Brave Children and Their Families at a Childrens Hospital The Needs of Sarcoma Patients From Diagnosis Through Follow-Up Treatment of Fractures in Children With Malignancies Advantage of Early Spinal Stabilization and Fusion in Patients With Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy Psychosocial Aspects of Chemotherapy The Ultimate Loss: The Dying Child V. Bereavement Communication Among Children, Parents, and Funeral Directors Parental Grief Over the Death of a Child