4 edition of Family Planning and Children Resource Guide 3 (The Successful Family) found in the catalog.
September 2002 by Creflo Dollar Ministries .
Written in English
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The test results should be presented to the client, followed by a discussion of options and appropriate referrals. Some youth who have gone through traumatic experiences have a range of needs that may be best served by a group of service providers working in tandem. The AAP highlights the promotion of optimal early brain and child development and childhood trauma. Providers should inform clients about all contraceptive methods that can be used safely.
This includes consideration of the following factors: Social-behavioral factors. If there might be delays in obtaining prenantal care, the client should be provided or referred for any needed STD screening including HIV and vaccinations Providers should follow CDC recommendations that all clients aged 13—64 years be screened routinely for HIV infection and that all persons likely to be at high risk for HIV be rescreened at least annually For a male client, a medical history should include use of condoms, known allergies to condoms, partner use of contraception, recent intercourse, whether his partner is currently pregnant or has had a child, miscarriage, or termination, and the presence of any infectious or chronic health condition. When providing contraception, providers should instruct the client about correct and consistent use and employ the following strategies to facilitate a client's use of contraception: Provide onsite dispensing; Begin contraception at the time of the visit rather than waiting for next menses also known as "quick start" if the provider can reasonably be certain that the client is not pregnant
Zolna, M. In addition to direct exposure to a traumatic event, PTSD can also occur when an individual learns that a close family member has, for example, died or experienced a violent assault. Your physical space sets the tone for your interactions with clients. Where they continue to exist, these and similar policies, practices, and procedures can severely undermine efforts to achieve desired outcomes for clients in service systems. Alternative modes of follow-up other than visits to the service site, such as telephone, e-mail, or text messaging, should be considered assuming confidentiality can be assuredas needed.
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This tip sheet provides guidance on how to arrange a physical environment to accommodate a wide range of feelings, interactions, and behaviors. Other risk factors that place women at increased risk include a previous gonorrhea infection, the presence of other STDs, new or multiple sex partners, inconsistent condom use, commercial sex work, and drug use.
In most cases, a detailed history provides the most accurate assessment of pregnancy risk in a woman about to start using a contraceptive method. Males with symptoms suggestive of gonorrhea urethral discharge or dysuria or whose partner has gonorrhea should be tested and empirically treated at the initial visit.
Treatment Most treatment involves counseling with specific types of talk therapy, with medication, or with a combination of the two. These Family Planning and Children Resource Guide 3 book highlight the need for providers of family planning services to deliver high-quality care to all clients, including adolescents, LGBTQ persons, racial and ethnic minorities, clients with limited English proficiency, and persons living with disabilities.
The consequences of unintended childbearing: A white paper [Internet]. Unnecessary medical procedures and tests might create logistical, Family Planning and Children Resource Guide 3 book, or economic barriers to contraceptive access for some women, particularly adolescents and low-income women, who have Family Planning and Children Resource Guide 3 book rates of unintended pregnancies 1,51, What is the client's reason for the visit?
Contraceptive experiences and preferences. Confirm the client's understanding. Women with regular menstrual cycles should be advised that vaginal intercourse every 1—2 days beginning soon after the menstrual period ends can increase the likelihood of becoming pregnant.
Women and men should be counseled that these procedures are not intended to be reversible and that other highly effective, reversible methods of contraception e. Infertility Counseling Counseling provided during the clinical visit should be guided by information elicited from the client during the medical and reproductive history and the findings of the physical exam.
When providing contraception, providers should instruct the client about correct and consistent use and employ the following strategies to facilitate a client's use of contraception: Provide onsite dispensing; Begin contraception at the time of the visit rather than waiting for next menses also known as "quick start" if the provider can reasonably be certain that the client is not pregnant Clinics,New York: Guttmacher Institute, CDC further recommends that screening be provided after the patient is notified that testing will be performed as part of general medical consent unless the patient declines opt-out screening or otherwise prohibited by state law.
Providers should strive to establish and maintain rapport. For example, clients who are trying to achieve pregnancy and those at high risk of unintended pregnancy should be given higher priority for preconception health services.
When educating clients about contraceptive methods that the clients can use safely, providers should ensure that clients understand the following: Method effectiveness. In most cases, a qualitative urine pregnancy test will be sufficient; however, in certain cases, the provider may consider performing a quantitative serum pregnancy test, if exact hCG levels would be helpful for diagnosis and management.
The provider should assess any changes in the client's medical history, including changes in risk factors and medications that might affect safe use of the contraceptive method.
The federal recommendations cited in this report should be followed when determining which STD services a client might need. Noncontraceptive benefits. The client should be informed that some medications might be contraindicated in pregnancy, and any current medications taken during pregnancy need to be reviewed by a prenatal care provider e.
Male clients should also be reminded that condoms should be used correctly and consistently to reduce risk of STDs, including HIV. Trauma technically refers to a particularly stressful experience or event.
These recommendations are intended for all current or potential providers of family planning services, including those funded by the Title X program. Preconception health services such as screening for obesity, smoking, and mental health are a subset of all preventive services for women and men.
Providers of family planning services should offer confidential services to adolescents and observe all relevant state laws and any legal obligations, such as notification or reporting of child abuse, child molestation, sexual abuse, rape, or incest, as well as human trafficking 58, Screening for lipid disorders, skin cancer, colorectal cancer, or osteoporosis are examples of this type of service.
Clinical evaluation of a client electing permanent sterilization should be guided by the clinician who performs the procedure. If a client does not have another source of primary care, priority should be given to providing related reproductive health services or providing referrals, as needed.Resource Guide June 1 Emergency Preparedness, Response, and Recovery Resources for Child Care Programs Natural disasters and emergencies can be emotionally devastating and cause property damage that can be costly to repair.
Child care programs are not immune to these risks and should plan and prepare for any event (minor as. We are here to help with your sexual and reproductive health. We can offer you health information, clinical services, education, training and research.
We work with people of any gender, age, ethnicity or sexual orientation. The Administration for Children and Families, the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administrations, the Administration for Community Living, the Offices of the Assistant Secretary for Health and the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation at HHS have worked together to develop this Guide to Trauma-Informed Human Services.Find Services for Children and Pdf.
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