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Course Text: Lally, J. R., Mangione, P. L., & Greenwald, D. (Eds.). (2006). Concepts for Care: 20 Essays on Infant/Toddler Development and Learning. San Francisco: WestEd.
- Using your own words, define and explain the term trauma. Then, based on the articles Mental Health Risk and Protective Factors, Risk and Protective Factors for Mental, Emotional, and Behavioral Disorders Across the Life Cycle, and Child Trauma Tool Kit, explain how risk factors and protective factors related to children, families, and communities can influence a child’s reaction to traumatic events.
- The impact of trauma is pervasive, affecting the physical development of the brain and the quality of children’s relationships and attachments with others. Based on the article Effects of Tramatic Events on Young Children,describe the impact of trauma on each of these areas of young children’s development.
- Identifying behaviors associated with child trauma plays a critical role in providing children with the support they need to develop and thrive. Based on the article Child Trauma Tool Kit and the “Working with Traumatized Young Children in Child Care and Education Settings” essay in Concepts for Care, identify and explain three behaviors that might indicate a child has experienced trauma. Next, explain why early identification is such an important component of providing children and families the support they need.
- Please cite work.