Traumatic Stress in Students Cohort 2 Activity 2 (Uninvolved parenting ( …
Traumatic Stress in Students
Cohort 2 Activity 2
Children has neglect from parents for a long time.The parents denied all his/her thoughts and demands, ignored his/her emotion needs, and forced children to do things they did not like.
This could be considered as one type of Chronic Trauma.
Students often shows fear becoming dependent on other people
Withdrawal,Kids are often emotionally withdrawn
Lack of social skills/ No friends
They offer little or no supervision
They have few or no expectations or demands for behavior
They don't attend school events and parent-teacher conferences
They may intentionally avoid their children
Children must learn to provide for themselves
They have an increased risk of substance abuse
They tend to exhibit more delinquency during adolescence
They feel fear, anxiety, or stress due to the lack of family support
Identify why parents are not involved.
Invite parent assistance and input for addressing school-based concern, keeping focus of interaction solution-oriented (i.e., what can we do to foster child’s progress?).
Use community outreach..
Develop meaningful roles for families (e.g., build on home experiences in classrooms, utilize parent expertise such as co-leader for a workshop, etc.).
Explain to parents that their participation is essential for student's success both physically and academically.
Have contact with parents early in the school year.
Establish ongoing communication systems. The should include good news as well as sharing of concerns. Have a way to communicate and share resources to address concerns.
Use two-way communication formats.
Due to the lack of emotional responsiveness and love from their caretakers, children raised by uninvolved parents may have difficulty forming attachments later in life. The complete lack of boundaries in the home makes it difficult to learn appropriate behaviors and limits in school and other social situations, which is why children with uninvolved parents are more likely to misbehave.
Uninvolved parenting is a style characterized by a lack of responsiveness to a child's needs. Uninvolved parents make few to no demands of their children and they are often indifferent, dismissive, or even completely neglectful.( Kendra Cherry, July 17,2019)
They show little warmth, love, and affection towards their children