By Angela Underdown
Explores how components akin to parent-child relationships, relatives networks and social help, housing, poverty and the security of our environment impression on kid's early studies and feature results for his or her later health and wellbeing and future health. This paintings is appropriate for scholar academics, neighborhood practitioner nurses, and others.
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Families were also significantly more satisfied with services (Puura et al. 2002). Maternity and paternity leave Parental leave policies in the UK are being strengthened and fathers as well as mothers are becoming entitled to time off when they have a new child. The effects of supporting new parents with maternity and paternity leave and flexible working options are easier to measure in physical health terms than in terms of emotional well-being. Tanaka (2005) examined the aggregate effects of parental leave policies by analysing data collected between 1969 and 2000 from 18 OECD (Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development) countries on child health outcomes.
It is very important that parents with post-natal depression are supported as it is a debilitating illness that can affect all the relationships within the family. Mothers with post-natal depression are likely to experience difficulty with relationships – both within the family and in forging friendships with others – and this may leave them socially isolated. Post-natal depression is strongly associated with poorer outcomes in both emotional and cognitive functioning in children (Caplan 1989).