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Cystic fibrosis inclusion course

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Cystic fibrosis inclusion course

  1. 1. My Case Study Name: Anjana Harigovind Student Number: 300731283 Course Code: ECEP 233 Professor: Lisa McCaie Case Study: Kaitlyn and Kianne (Twins girls) Centennial College
  2. 2. Needs of the Child(ren)  Both the twin girls are diagnosed with Cystic Fibrosis  Both the girls are going to Kindergarten next year by Fall
  3. 3. Needs of the Family  Based on the case study I found that –  Mother left the job  Family facing financial difficulties  Kaitlyn and her twin sister Kianne has Cystic Fibrosis
  4. 4. What is Cystic Fibrosis?  Cystic Fibrosis is a genetically disorder carried from generations to generations.  Cystic Fibrosis can dangerously damage the cells that produce digestive system, mucus, and sweat. It is an ongoing infection that later leads to death.  The secreted mucus that’s formed within the body usually forms a thin and slippery mucus. Cystic fibrosis, forms a thick and sticky mucus and it covers up the passage ways, plugs the secretions tubes, around the areas such as the digestive system, pancreas or the lungs.  This symptom also affects with weight loss or even gaining weight as well.
  5. 5.  There would be slow growth patterns seen in children and symptoms of continuous periods of pneumonia or bronchitis would be shown. “Often children fail to gain enough weight, slow growth patterns, chronic episodes of pneumonia or bronchitis” (Lisa, Inclusion class-notes, week 3). People who are diagnosed with cystic fibrosis need may in need of surgeries and lung transplant live longer. Before After (Cystic Fibrosis) (Lisa,Inclusionclass-notes,week3)
  6. 6.  Study shows that an estimated amount of one in 3,600 children, who were born in Canada has cystic fibrosis disorder. About 4,000 Canadian children and adults of all ages has Cystitis Fibrosis.  They usually attend specialized clinics based on cystic fibrosis. These clinics are for people who are new to disorder and would like to know more information for this disorder.  “It is estimated that one in every 3,600 children born in Canada has cystic fibrosis. Almost 4,000 Canadian children, adolescents, and adults with cystic fibrosis attend specialized CF clinics.” (Cystic Fibrosis Canada)
  7. 7. There have been cases where people have been living past the age of 20’s to all the way to 50’s as well due to the new modern technology development.
  8. 8. Nutrition Usually it occurs during the infancy stage or later in adolescence or adulthood stage. There is no cure or therapy for this symptom so far. A good well-nourished diet would help a little. “No cure but medications, therapy and a good diet helps.” (Lisa Inclusion class-notes, Week 3)
  9. 9. Inclusion in class activities  Kaitlyn and Kianne will be included

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