Reintegration to school after hospital treatment
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Reintegration to school after hospital treatment needs and services by Isobel Larcombe

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Published by Avebury in Aldershot, Brookfield, Vt., USA .
Written in English


  • Children -- Hospital care.,
  • School attendance.,
  • Adjustment (Psychology) in children

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Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 120-127).

StatementIsobel Larcombe.
LC ClassificationsRJ242 .L37 1995
The Physical Object
Paginationx, 127 p. ;
Number of Pages127
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1128942M
ISBN 101856289907
LC Control Number94073472

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Childhood Posttraumatic Stress Disorder: Diagnosis, Treatment, and School Reintegration Article (PDF Available) in School psychology review 33(1) November with 1, Reads. By: Anna Baumgartner, Psy.D., Psychologist and School Reintegration Coordinator, Jonathan Jaques Children’s Cancer Center, Miller Children’s & Women’s Hospital Long Beach. For children with cancer, treatment may last months — or for some, years. During a recent Open Forum Educational Night, the focus was on School Re-Entry and Back to School.A panel of presenters shared valuable information on integration of patients back into school during and after treatment including information on School Re-Integration Checklist, School Visits, Special Accommodations and additional resources available. Rehabilitation often begins in the hospital environment. The focus in this early stage of recovery is typically on regaining physical, self-care, and general cognitive skills; however, many people with moderate or severe brain injuries will need ongoing rehabilitation to regain optimal function after they are discharged from a medical facility.

- Children of different diagnoses and experiences will enter the classroom. Many will not fit the typical IEP process, so these are resources that will integrate concepts. In this "tool box" is the start of activities to inspire and/ or elicit conversations with peers about students with illnesses or who are in need of special accommodations pins. The school reentry program reported by Worchel-Prevatt et al. () was theoretically based on Wallander's “Risk/Resistance Model” (Wallander et al., ) and was designed to influence the multiple domains that impact school reintegration (i.e., family, child, school, and hospital). This program maintained an interdisciplinary approach by Cited by: Community reintegration is an important aspect of every burn rehabilitation program because the ultimate goal is to return the individual as close as possible to his or her preinjury life, including work, school, home, recreational, and community activities. Early identification of those at risk for prolonged unemployment and subsequent referral to comprehensive rehabilitative services that.   Abstract. Chronic physical illnesses affect a significant proportion of the US child and adolescent population. Approximately 20% of children with chronic medical conditions may be removed from school for an extended amount of time or for repeated brief time periods due to medical issues (e.g., hospitalizations, medical appointments), parent concerns about school’s ability to meet medical Author: George J. DuPaul, Molly S. Daffner, Aliza R. Jaffe.

  This information will provide additional information on the best methods for schools to approach reintegration of adolescents after psychiatric hospitalization. Resources. Cook-Cottone, C. (). Childhood posttraumatic stress disorder: Diagnosis, treatment, and school reintegration. School Psychology Review, 33(1), Cahners, S. (). A strong hospital–school liaison: A necessity for good rehabilitation planning for disfigured children. Scandinavian Journal of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, 13, – PubMed CrossRef Google Scholar. But after reunion comes reintegration -- and while both are exciting, reintegration is harder than it looks. Here are some tried-and-true tips for how to make reunion and reintegration a little. Discuss where your student can recover best after leaving the hospital – the university or at home. Hospital stays can be very short, as little as a few days, so decisions need to be made quickly.