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Parent-Child Interaction Theory
Transcript of Parent-Child Interaction Theory
Characteristics sensitivity to cues
alleviation of distress
providing growth-fostering situations clarity of cues
responsiveness to caregiver/parent Parent-Child Interaction Model Kathryn Barnard's Healthy infant development is a product of the relationship between the caregiver and the infant, starting from birth. seeks to answer the question: What causes healthy infant development? Cues are the baby's way of trying to tell us something. Key Elements in the Barnard Model CHILD
Feeding and Sleeping Patterns
Physical environment CAREGIVER
Parental personality and
functioning Two types of cues: 1. engagement cues
2. disengagement cues 1. subtle disengagement cues
2. potent disengagement cues Two types of disengagement cues The infant’s ability to respond to the caregivers attempts to communicate and interact. The caregiver’s ability to recognize and respond to the child cues ability involves the caregiver’s recognition of distress cues, selection of appropriate action and being available to recognize and respond. the affective domain and communicates a positive feeling tone Acceptance by Nursing Community 1. In Practice 2. In Education 3. In Research The Parent-Child Interaction Scales are used in the most public health settings. Nursing satellite training projects and later videotaped classes to teach nurses how to use a series of standard assessment instruments. The NCAST scales have been used in numerous research studies in both the United States and other countries. Major Assumptions 1. Nursing 2. Person 3. Health 4.Environment The diagnosis and treatment of human responses to health problems Ability to take part in the interaction to which both parts of the dyad bring qualities, skills & responses that affect the interaction Health is a dynamic state of being in which developmental and behavioral potential of individual is realized to the fullest extent the environment includes all experiences encountered by the child: people, objects, places, sounds, visual and tactile sensation Sign of healthy appearance Sign of an ill appearance The End.