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Answer the following questions after you watch the film JUSTINE on NETFLIX.

Family dynamics refers to the ways in which family members relate to one another. Because humans are capable of change, and family members take part in different experiences, the dynamics within a family never remain the same. People often look at family dynamics in the context of what makes a family dysfunctional.

1.     Explain the family dynamics between Justine and her parents.

2.     Explain the family dynamics of Justine’s Caretaker/Direct Support Professional and her family.

3.     Why do you think Justine’s family decided to homeschool her with a private teacher?

4.     What developmental disability dis Justine have in the movie?

5.     What emotional or psychological similarity did Justine and her Caretaker/Direct Support Professional?

6.     In your opinion, was it appropriate for Justine’s Caretaker/Direct Support Professional to defend for her when she was being bullied at the playground? If so, why?

7.     In your opinion, do you think that Justine’s Caretaker/Direct Support Professional had Justine’s best interest at heart when she expressed her feeling true feeling to her parents regarding her schooling and socialization?

8.     In your opinion, was Justine cognitively age appropriate? Explain your answer.

9.     Should Justine’s Caretakers/Direct Support Professionals respect her parents outlook on the way they wanted her educated and socialized?

10.  In your opinion, what was the best part of movie?


our assignment is to identify 1 legal and 1 economic impact that plagues people with 

developmental disabilities.

Social & Economic Factors Associated with Developmental Disabilities

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Children who grow up in environmental circumstances of social and economic disadvantage are more likely to have developmental disabilities.

Maternal Risk Factors:

· Povert

· Low socioeconomic status

· Mental illness

· Substance abus

· Living in communities where environmental hazards are plentiful and resources are limited

Prenatal & Perinatal Risk Factors:

· Preterm birth

· Low birth weight

· Central nervous system abnormalities

· Prolonged 
hospitalizations
 that can drain family resources and interfere with parent-infant bonding

Children in Poverty: Complex and Far-Reaching Risk Factors 

For many children, the environmental risks are compounded during their early years. Poverty remains one of the most complex and far-reaching risk factors, because it affects so many aspects of the life of a child.

In 2006, approximately 1 in 5 US children younger than 6 years and 16% of children ages 6 to 17 years lived in poverty. The rate for children of all ages living in 
single female-headed families
 was 42%. During that same year, approximately 17% of children (12.6 million) lived in households with food insecurity. Children who were impoverished were also more likely to have a 
blood lead level
 of 10 μg/dL or greater. Children living in poverty are 1.7 times more likely to be born at a low birth weight.

Cycle of Disadvantage: Difficult to Escape

Too often, children and their families are trapped in a cycle of disadvantage and disability that is difficult to escape unless interrupted by outside social forces or the extraordinary efforts of individuals and families.

Additional Information

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Hospital Care Coverage: Information for Parents

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Blood Lead Levels in Children: What Parents Need to Know

·
The Challenges of Single Parenthood

·
Nutrition and Exercise During Pregnancy

·
Reduce the Risk of Birth Defects

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