Upon completion of this module, staff will be able to: Recognize the physical, psychological and emotional stages of dying. Describe therapeutic interventions related to each of these stages. Identify healthcare team members to whom referrals should be made.
Implications for service providers when working with Aboriginal families 1. The traditional Indigenous family structure is significantly different to the Western view of a family unit. Where as many non-Indigenous people live within a nuclear family unit, Aboriginal people value an extended family system, which often includes quite distant relatives.
It is your extended family that teaches you how to live, how to treat other people and how to interact with the land.
When working with Aboriginal people you may find that they rarely call their family members by name, instead they use relationship terms such as brother, mother, aunt or cousin. It is useful to have a general understanding of the Classification System of Kinship, whereby Aboriginal people of the same sex and the same sibling line are basically identified as the same, so when one has a child they both become mothers or fathers.
For example, two sisters are identified as the same and if one has a child they both become mother. In contrast to western society, Aboriginal peoples place great value on belonging to a group and conforming to the obligations and responsibilities of other group members. A sense of belonging is integral to the Aboriginal culture and enables them to connect to their land and their people.
It may also be useful for a non-Aboriginal worker to use this strategy and share personal information about yourself. Where you come from and other Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities you may have worked in.
In Traditional Aboriginal society children are the responsibility of not only their biological parents but their entire extended family.
I This is still a common practice today. Aboriginal families rely on and nurture strong family ties as a means of passing on their cultural beliefs from one generation to the next. Without these relationships children will lose their cultural beliefs and identity. When supporting Aboriginal clients with their family needs, parenting skills or child-care concerns, it may be useful to connect them with an Aboriginal Worker who can make connections with the wider Aboriginal community to utilize existing skills and knowledge and develop a support network.
In this case Service policies and procedures may need to be more flexible to meet the needs of the client. For example; the intake and assessment process could include a question regarding dependents within the extended family.
Many aged Aboriginal people have a major role in raising their grandchildren and great grandchildren. Sometimes they are the main care-giver.
Their position in the family is highly respected and their knowledge and opinions are valued and respected. Workers with a support role in aged care may need to consider the additional issues that confront Aboriginal grandparents in regards to on-going care of young children.
Making links with pre-schools, child-care services, child and family health workers and family support workers may be useful. Elders have a very important role in traditional and contemporary Aboriginal families.
They are often the key decision makers. They teach important traditional skills and customs, pass on knowledge and share personal stories.What connections have you found between the ways Duffy and Pugh write about suffering Suffering is the state of undergoing pain, distress, or hardship.
Suffering is shown in “Standing Female Nude” and “Girl Talking” by Carol Ann Duffy, and “The Capon Clerk” and “Eva and the Roofers” by Sheenagh Pugh. Pre-Orientation Online Requirements. Domestic Violence and Child/Adult Abuse/Neglect ; End of Life connection, dignity, and worth.
Relieving spiritual pain frees our patients to reconnect with family, friends, the cosmos, and God.
Even though the outcome of the patient's illness may be obvious, family members may display hopefulness and.
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Jimmy and Ruby are the most obvious victims in Stolen, but all suffer in their different ways. Discuss The most obvious victims in a tragedy like the Stolen generation are those in whom the pain and suffering endured is visible to all.