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Levels of Mastery for SchoolAged Children

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On a similar note, their parents help them in allowing the children to contribute to the management of the illness through close adult supervision. They need to reassure the children that are not their fault that they have such illnesses.
According to Blond-Langner (45), children suffering from these illnesses go silent, (another approach at) an advanced age. Infants and toddlers beginning to establish trust as well as overall security senses often go silent due to the illnesses. They have little understanding of the illnesses. Most children suffering from chronic illnesses stretch to peers and parents for comfort especially in sequences of pain. They suffer in great pain, have restrictions in motion as well as separation from their respective parents as the main challenges they face in developing security and trust. Parents can come in handy to help them through availing their presence for the painful procedures and remaining with their respective children at all times possible. I am of the opinion that Bluebond-Langner’s proposal is workable as it includes during holding and soothing, hospitalizations, as well as interacting with the babies more. The third strategy is reaching out.
According to Bloom (1999), the pathological variations for the environmental forces of childhood abuse, there are need to establish of both destructive and creative, extraordinary capacities. It provides for a way of fostering the consciousness development of abnormal states that the ordinary body and mind reality and imagination relations include memory and knowledge. According to Poza (2003), he altered conscious states allow for the elaboration of an array of somatic and psychological symptoms. Such symptoms simultaneously make cancellation and revelations of their respective origins while focusing on the disguised language secrets and their impacts on the children.