Transcript: It is said that kids ages of 12-14 are more likely to be in risk of teen pregnancy. Up to two-thirds of pregnancies are in teens ages 18-19. 409,840 babies were born to 15-19 year olds this year. Birth rates for teen pregnancy has went down over the years. It is good that those rates went down but now the statics for teenagers with STD's has went up. Many teens that end up having kids have these same problems: Low grades in school Less money to help them out Older boyfriend that got them pregnant Being a single mom Our society is terrible. CDC. Statistics It was predicted that in 2015, one of every 2 babies that is born, will be born to a single teen mom. The reason they feel this way is because according to a survey that was given in Tenessee, 21% of teen girls had said they had sexual intercourse before they were 13. They decided to give this survery nationwide and 46% of teen girls had answered the same thing. "About Teen Pregnancy." "Teen Mom Main." "www.mtv.com" A.D.A.M Medical Encyclopedia. Centers for disease control and prevention. Web. 7 Dec. 2011. Ages Of Teen Pregnancy Teenage Pregnancy Teen Mom "Adolecent Pregnancy." "www.ncbi.com" Teenage pregnancy is pregnancy in girls that are 19 or younger. Cites MTV. Struggles for teen moms Most teen moms end up being single. 68% of teen mothers are single and taking care of their baby on their own. The population of teen mothers started in the 1990's. Teen mom is a show on MTV about teens that are pregnant and how they go about their everyday lives. I think that making a show about teenage pregnancy is wrong. It makes it look like being a teen mom is glamorous. More teens will want to get pregnant so they can be on tv. Although it can show the struggles teens go through, it still can give them the wrong idea. "www.cdc.gov" Single Teen Moms National Center for Biotechnology Information. Web. 7 Dec. 2011. National Center for Biotechnology Information. Web. 7 Dec 2011. Viacom International Inc. Web. 7 Dec. 2011.
Transcript: Teenage Pregnancy That’s 750,000 teen pregnancies each year. Among OECD developed countries, the United States and United Kingdom have the highest level of teenage pregnancy. Obstacles not able to work because of the problems associated with child care. Most teen mothers were High School Dropout Only 30% of teen mothers complete high school by age 30 Cycle females who were born from early pregnancy are most likely become teenage mother themselves. And the males are most likely to be involved in crime and activities due to their unhealthy childhood. One study found that the younger sisters of teen mothers were less likely to emphasize the importance of education and employment and more likely to accept human sexual behavior, parenting, and marriage at younger agesIf the younger sisters of teenage parents babysit the children, they have an increased risk of getting pregnant themselves Physical teenagers don't receive timely prenatal care, and they have a higher risk for pregnancy-related high blood pressure and its complications. teenage pregnancy is considered one of the prime reasons for teenage suicide. Pregnant teens are most likely to smoke during pregnancy. Unlike other age groups, their smoking rates have increased over the last five years. bleeding in the brain, respiratory distress syndrome, and intestinal problems Mental The occurrence of developmental disabilities and behavioral issues is increased in children born to teen mothers. Children from large families or whose mothers had little education also had a raised risk of suicide. tress during pregnancy, poor maternal health, poor parenting, and low income. As the survey shows, poor parenting could have a negative influence on kids, and affect them mentally. Economics Poor and low-income teens—who make up approximately 40% of the adolescent population - account for 83% of teens who give birth and 85% of those who become an unmarried parent. (Berglas, N., Brindis, C., and Cohen, J., p. 10) Teen pregnancy cost the United States over $9.1 billion in 2004. Abortion survey form stayteen.org; it shows that half of teens have never thought about how a pregnancy would affect their lives. what goes around, come around A parent needs to have the responsibility to raise the child with love and guidance. It’s the love, respect, proper education, and safety a child need when they are growing up. Make the right choice! teenage pregnancies are associated with many social issues, including lower educational levels, higher rates of poverty, and other poorer "life outcomes" in children of teenage mothers
Transcript: What role does reasoning and emotions play in justifying teenage pregnancy? Age 16 http://v.youku.com/v_show/id_XMTc0MDc0MTM2.html - Grade 9 Significance Introduction - 11% fall for women aged 15-17 years - Cannot move properly because of pregnancy - Drop out of school - Secrete Life of an American Teenager - After birth, the teenager would have to take care of the baby. - Need time to recover - In American , the topic of teenage pregnancy has become a popular topic. - 16 and Pregnant (Documentary) - Secret life of American Teenager (TV Series) - Juno (Movie) - Celebrities (Jamie Lynn Spears) - Was not able to go to school - 35% of teens before the age of 19 are pregnant, 59% of those decides to continue their pregnancies. - Most traditional chinese people view the topic of early relationship and sex as a taboo. - Baby - Mother - No experience - Leads to unhappy life - In 2011, 329,797 babies were born to women aged 15-19. Maci Bookout Present Days - Desire - Hope/ Happiness - Love - Distress - Loss and Depression - Hostilities and deprivation Reasoning - 7% fall for women aged 18-19 years - The teenager wants to get pregnant - Unexpected - Rape - Money - Threaten the man for extra money - Marriage, and a stable place to live - A way to keep the male companion by her side - Famous Thank You for Listening - A live birth rate of 31.3 per 1,000 women. By: Michelle & Sun Kyung - In China, the topic is like a taboo. - Sex education (Health class) - Most parents Real Life Experience - About 90% of adolenscent mothers keep their babies Role of Reasoning and Emotion - A 8% drop from 2010. - In China, some parents will break off the relationship with their pregnant daughter. - Friends turn their backs - The baby's father might leave -For example, Maci Bookout - Other people in society would look down on them Deduce the consequences of having teenage pregnancy Reason - Pregnant Interfere with Social Life Emotion Valid Example Unhealthy Perception - China prevents children from having relationships at a young age. - Leads to these individuals keep the relationship as a secrete. - No information was therefore taught. - Consequences appear - School in Canada Language / Culture - Adoption - Being frowned upon by peers - Pressure from parents - Single mother Teenage Pregnancy Interfere with Study 30 Years ago in USA
Transcript: Federal and State Financial Aid Let's Prevent This! Kaitlyn Shapiro Tuesday, 11 December, 2012 Research Paper Prezi Kamian Harmon/ENG101 THE END This charity group also doubles as a support group for teenage mothers. They can come here to talk to other moms going through the same thing or get advice from parents who have the experience. Teen Pregnancy: The Big Picture WIC and SNAP are both programs that basically give you money based on your income to go toward an appropriately nutritional diet for yourself and child. These programs vary by state. ACHHHS is a health insurance program that is also income based and a federal benefit Teen mothers are sometimes limited on their social and economic resources as they are more often than not lacking a job and an education. This makes it difficult to support yourself let alone another human being. Young mothers need a place where they can feel welcome and trust is a safe environment for herself and child. We want you to love and care for your child the best of your ability, but please until you are ready - preform SAFE SEX! That is all! Everyone have a fun and safe Break and Holiday. :) Let's Do The Math: Some Numbers and Stats Let's Talk About It! Where do struggling teen mothers get moral support and help financially? There are a few different programs offered by federal and Arizona financial assistance programs: Women, Infants, & Children (WIC) Supplementary Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System (ACHHHS) Teen pregnancy support group: This is a place for teenage mothers who are struggling psychologically or financially to raise their child. We are here to listen to you talk or give you advice on being a better mom! Also, we use creative outlets to create clothes for newborns, infants and toddlers. We would make things like blankets, sweaters, booties, beanies and more! We will also do our part in raising awareness about practicing safe sex with contraception Condoms Birth Control "Depo" Shot Let's Make Stuff! 34% of teenagers have at least one pregnancy before they turn 20. The main recent rise in the teen pregnancy rate is among girls younger than 15 Close to 25% of teen mothers have a second child within two years of the first birth The United State spends $7 billion each year due to the costs of teen pregnancy. The daughters of teen mothers are 22% more likely than their peers to become teen mothers. The U.S. has twice the teen pregnancy rate as Canada Japan's teen pregnancy rate is eight times lower the United States
Transcript: How Does Sexual Educaion Classes Effect Teenage Pregnancy Rates In High School Students? Introduction: "About 750,000 teens get pregnant each year in the united states" Nine billion dollars are spent each year in the United States because of teenage mothers, needing public sector health care and child welfare. Only a third of tenage mothers earn thier high school di[ploma. And only 1.5% have a college degree by age 30. Teenage pregnancy can result badly on both the mother and childs lives, therefore americans need to come up with a way to minimize the amount of teenage girls getting pregnant. Sexual education classes can help prevent the number of teenage pregnancyies, if the sex education classes are being ran in the most effective way. Teaching high school students about controceptive use is the most effective way to prevent teenage pregnancies. Overview and Analysis Interviews: Mr. Brian Regan Mrs. Pat Emmons Mrs. Dee Grassey Surveys: My Survey Metro West Adolescent Health survey Articles: Activities may help avoid teen pregnancies - Pueblo Business Journal “One educator thinks the reason Pueblo teens are getting pregnant in record numbers is the poor economy and lack of after school activities and programs.” Massachusetts general law 32A “Every city, town, regional school district vocational school district implementing or maintaining curriculum which primarily involves human sexual education or human sexuality issues shall adopt a policy ensuring parental/guardian notification.” Growing Pains; teenage pregnancy “Between 1991 and 2005 the teenage birth rate declined by 34%, accoring to the national Centre for Health Statistics. Between 2005 and 2007, the last year for which statistics are avaliable, it crept up 5%.” under increased pressure, abstinence-only intensify campaign to protect their funding “Congressionally mandated evaluation of federally funded abstinence-only-until-marriage education programs found that these programs have no statistically significant beneficial impact on young people’s sexual behavior.” Service: Better Sex education Programs Available condoms in Nurse's office Conclusion How Does Sex Education Programs Affect Teenage Pregnancy Rates In High Schools? Sex education classes are the most imprortant aspect of minimizing teenage pregnancy rates in high schools Pregnancys are prevented by using controceptives, esspecially condoms. If condom use is throully taught in sex education classes and stressed in other places (like flyers, or in the nurses office) than i believe teenage pregnancy rates will decline. Hudson High school has an incredibly low rate of condom use according to the Metro West Health Survey, with only 53% of students using a condom the last time the engaged in sexual intercourse Future Research Many of the articles i read brought race into the analysis of teenage pregnancy rates, and it would be interesting to see how that affects rates more. FUTURE IMPACT Graduation requirement More class time, not only half a semester Avalibility of condoms to students (cc) photo by Franco Folini on Flickr Double click to crop it if necessary (cc) photo by Metro Centric on Flickr Place your own picture behind this frame! (cc) photo by Metro Centric on Flickr
Transcript: Cost Comprehensive Sexual Education Withholds Information Mandatory for all High School Freshman Teaches: Abstinence Protection STDs Contraceptives Focuses on Character Building Fund Comprehensive Sexual Education Abstinence-Only Sexual Education Solution Teenage Pregnancy Media Risks Cites Religious Beliefs as Facts Doesn't Prepare Teens Cycle
Transcript: The National Day to Prevent Teen Pregnancy Research shows that school-based child care programs are a positive way for educational institutions to encourage young mothers to return or stay in school, prepare for job employment, and become knowledgeable about parenting practices and child development Teenage Pregnancy "Study: Pregnant Teens Need Better School Support." Fox News. N.p., 23 Nov. 2012. Web. 28 Nov. 2012. http://www.foxnews.com/health/2012/11/23/study-pregnant-teens-need-better-school-support/Zellman, Gail. "Study: Pregnant Teens Need Better School Support." Rand (1981): 1-11. Print 1. Offer age-and culturally appropriate sexual health information in a safe environment for participants 2. Are developed in cooperation with members of the target community, especially young people. 3. Assist youth to clarify their individual, family, and community values 4. Assist youth to develop skills in communication, refusal and negotiation 5. Provide medically accurate information about both abstinence and also contraception, including condoms 6. Have clear goals for preventing HIV, other STIS, and.or teen pregnancy WHY SCHOOL INVOLVEMENT However BUDGET CUTS REMOVE OR DO NOT ALLOW SUCH PROGRAMS IN SCHOOLS How the Media Portrays teen pregnancy Curriculum Continue.. Resources & Support why our program should be implemented in schools Prevention sex Education Financial Literacy Resources/support Workshop 3: Checking and Savings Purpose: The student will understand how to utilize the banking system and develop a financial portfolio Workshop 4: Managing Your Finances Purpose: The students will learn how to write checks, read credit card statements, and record expenses Prevention Berry, S. H., Chandra, A., Collins, R. L., Elliott, M. N., Kanouse, D. E., Martino, S. C., & Miu, A. (2008). Does watching sex on television predict teen pregnancy? Findings from a national longitudinal survey of youth.Pediatrics, 122(1047), 1542-1551.About teen pregnancy. The United States Centers of Disease Control and Prevention. Retrieved on October 23, 2011 from http://www.cdc.gov/TeenPregnancy/. Sex Education in Schools… A Few Statistics 10 Critical Characteristics of Effective Sex Education Programs Researchers suggest that effective Sex Education Programs should: Continue... Continue... By age 18, 70 percent of U.S. females and 62 percent of U.S. males have initiated vaginal sex. Every year there are about 850,000 teenage pregnancies About 46% of teenage males and 33% of teenage females do not receive instruction about contraception before they first have sex 41% of teens aged 18-19 report that they know little or nothing about condoms 75% report they know little or nothing about the birth control pill Memphis focuses on young men “At Le Bonheur we felt that, not only are you changing the attitudes of young ladies, if you change the attitudes of young men then you have two making healthy decisions.” The Needed Support “1) Teen Pregnancy is on a rise 2) Early Parenthood lead to serious social consequences 3) Legal Requirement “Inclusive One must note: There is not a universal program that can be applied to ever school Each school, community, and environment have different needs and magnitudes Program should include: Non-inclusive programs-supplementary program Counseling Tutoring Day care (depending on the # of pregnant students) If not a huge number, they should help with finding affordable daycare Research http://www.guttmacher.org/pubs/FB-Teen-SexEd. htmlhttp://www.advocatesforyouth.org/publications450 http://www.examiner.com/article/nashville-and-los-angeles-differ-greatly-sex-education http://www.plannedparenthood.org/mid-east-tennesee/sexuality-education-programs-23752.htm Teenage pregnancy has always been viewed as a major societal concern Teenage mothers are more likely to drop out of school and become dependent on welfare Working Poor- Teenagers become employed at jobs where they are paid low wages (Class Connection) Poverty- The lack of available job opportunities for teenagers causes them to live below the poverty line. They have no choice but to utilize government assistance, including welfare and WIC for their child (Class Connection) A Program that supports both abstinence and the use of condoms and contraceptives for sexual activities Types of Resource Programs Due to the work of numerous communities, coalitions, and programs across the country and the nearly 200 organizations and media outlets that serve as National Day partners, more than 700,000 teens nationwide participated in the eleventh annual National Day to Prevent Teen Pregnancy. *The purpose of the National Day is straightforward. Too many teens still think “It can’t happen to me.” The National Day helps teens understand that it can happen to them and that they need to think seriously about what they would do in the moment.* Fatima Goss Graves, the center's vice president of education and employment, says “offering pregnant teens extra support would
Transcript: If you decide to have the Child there are tons of adoption centers waiting to help you! Connecticut NO! There are a number of schools providing education on sex. But is it quality information? NO! Abstinence show that only 33% of students who went trough Abstinence Education had sex Presentation By Per Lundquist How can we handle it? There is Hope! The leading cause in preventing teen pregnancy is Freshmen at Hill career regional High are required to join the Latino ARMY Program NO! Teenage Pregnancy NO! Hurry! Community! give this child donations! Education Adoption Oh Mines Goodness you had a baby at the age of 15! Statistics NO!
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