There are many reasons why children in situations of vulnerability often have difficulties with attention and exhibit behaviours deemed difficult or problematic. In order to properly help such children, it is important to distinguish between more transient problems and those caused by actual neurological deficits.
Children and teens in vulnerable situations experience numerous sources of toxic stress. This daily exposure to stress is associated with a number of problems, in particular anxiety disorders.
CSP is a model of integrated social medicine developed by Dr. Gilles Julien. Through this interactive journey, you discover the main themes, clinical approach, service continuum, unique features, philosophy and values of CSP.
This training session will enable you to get at the heart of assessment/course of action and become familiar with each of the steps that are part of community social pediatrics’ unique clinical process.
In order to ensure a child’s full health and well-being, professionals in social pediatrics rely on, among other things, the Convention on the Rights of the Child and its global intervention strategy for ensuring all children can develop to their full potential.
Increasingly research in neuroscience is focusing on the impact of stress on child development. It is showed that prolonged activation of stress response systems can disturb the development and architecture of the brain and other systems in the body.
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