Working with Ill Children – Test

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    1. Strong family networks handle the illness of a child more effectively.

    2. When children are ill, they are typically most worried about:
    Their own survivalDealing with physical painHow their parents will cope with the illness and possible loss of themMissing school

    3. Families facing the illness of a child need an outlet for aggression.

    4. What part of the triune brain is slowest to respond?
    Emotional or limbicBase or reptilianThinking or neocortex

    5. When families are offered help from their extended families and communities, how can we encourage them to accept it?
    Highlight the benefit to those offering help of having a job to do and something to contributeOffer a list of possible jobsEncourage the family to identify a person to manage the helpSuggest that asking for exactly what is helpful to them is an act of empowermentAll of the above