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Chinese orphans and emotional needs ppt
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Chinese orphans and emotional needs ppt
Chinese orphans and emotional needs ppt
Chinese orphans and emotional needs ppt
Chinese orphans and emotional needs ppt
Chinese orphans and emotional needs ppt
Chinese orphans and emotional needs ppt
Chinese orphans and emotional needs ppt
Chinese orphans and emotional needs ppt
Chinese orphans and emotional needs ppt
Chinese orphans and emotional needs ppt
Chinese orphans and emotional needs ppt
Chinese orphans and emotional needs ppt
Chinese orphans and emotional needs ppt
Chinese orphans and emotional needs ppt
Chinese orphans and emotional needs ppt
Chinese orphans and emotional needs ppt
Chinese orphans and emotional needs ppt
Chinese orphans and emotional needs ppt
Chinese orphans and emotional needs ppt
Chinese orphans and emotional needs ppt
Chinese orphans and emotional needs ppt
Chinese orphans and emotional needs ppt
Chinese orphans and emotional needs ppt
Chinese orphans and emotional needs ppt
Chinese orphans and emotional needs ppt
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Chinese orphans and emotional needs ppt

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  • 1. CHINESE ORPHANS’ EMOTIONAL NEEDS Larine and Josseline
  • 2. Introduction •There are about 700,000 orphans in China mostly the girls. •In China there is a law which says that every parent is entitled only to one child. •Boys are prefered because they stay and work while the girls get married.
  • 3. Orphans and their adoptive parents. •Orphans are adopted at the age of 1 to 16. •When the orphans are adopted, you can see the relief to be held by a mom on their faces.
  • 4. Orphans and their adoptive parents. •Orphans are adopted at the age of 1 to 16. •When the orphans are adopted, you can see the relief to be held by a mom on their faces. •But their problems are not over.
  • 5. When an orphan is adopted, he or she has the privilege to:
  • 6. When an orphan is adopted, he or she has the privilege to: •experience motherhood
  • 7. When an orphan is adopted, he or she has the privilege to: •experience motherhood •have shelter
  • 8. When an orphan is adopted, he or she has the privilege to: •experience motherhood •have shelter •have food
  • 9. When an orphan is adopted, he or she has the privilege to: •experience motherhood •have shelter •have food •have clothes.
  • 10. When an orphan is adopted, he or she has the privilege to: •experience motherhood •have shelter •have food •have clothes. But still their emotions matter.
  • 11. RAD (Reactive Attachment Disorder) •It talks about the disorders an orphan can get with his or her adoptive parents.
  • 12. According to RAD a child can recognise his or her mom: •in the womb.
  • 13. According to RAD a child can recognise his or her mom: •in the womb •through the scent and voice
  • 14. According to RAD a child can recognise his or her mom: •in the womb •through the scent and voice A child’s emotional needs can be met in their first 2 years.
  • 15. There are three levels of RAD in orphans.
  • 16. There are three levels of RAD in orphans. ❖In level one: - The orphan loves but is scared of their adoptive parents.
  • 17. There are three levels of RAD in orphans. ❖In level one: - The orphan loves but is scared of their adoptive parents. - The orphan hides her feelings to impress their adoptive parents.
  • 18. ❖In level two: -The orphans really wants to trust their adoptive parents but denies.
  • 19. ❖In level two: -The orphans really wants to trust their adoptive parents but denies. -The orphan behaves like he or she does not care about the family.
  • 20. ❖In level two: -The orphans really wants to trust their adoptive parents but denies. -The orphan behaves like he or she does not care about the family.
  • 21. ❖In level three: - The orphan totally refuses connection or love.
  • 22. ❖In level three: - The orphan totally refuses connection or love. -He or she sees every parent like someone who will always abandon.
  • 23. ❖In level three: - The orphan totally refuses connection or love. -He or she sees every parent like someone who will always abandon. This stage is mostly not for Chinese orphans
  • 24. •Most of the emotions that drive RAD children are anger, fear, grief and shame. •These orphans feel like they were bad and useless. •Their trauma and memories are stored in the limbic portion of the brain.
  • 25. Treatment
  • 26. •Give the orphan a child-mother bond and relationship. Treatment
  • 27. •Give the orphan a child-mother bond and relationship. •Teach the child how to love and make he or she know that you will always protect. Treatment
  • 28. •Give the orphan a child-mother bond and relationship. •Teach the child how to love and make he or she know that you will always protect. •Make the child know that you will provide for his or her needs. Treatment
  • 29. •Give the orphan a child-mother bond and relationship. •Teach the child how to love and make he or she know that you will always protect. •Make the child know that you will provide for his or her needs. •Prove to her that she will never be abandoned. Treatment
  • 30. •Give the orphan a child-mother bond and relationship. •Teach the child how to love and make he or she know that you will always protect. •Make the child know that you will provide for his or her needs. •Prove to her that she will never be abandoned. •Accept all his or her grief, terror or anger in exchange for love. Treatment

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