Annotated Bibliography on Wellness Programs Essay

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Reference (in APA format) purpose participants setting outcome variable(s) intervention or procedure results implication for teachers Holland, A., Treasure, J., Coskeran, P., & Dallow, J. (1995). Characteristics of the eating disorder in Prader-Willi syndrome: implications for treatment. Journal Of Intellectual Disability Research, 39(5), 373-381. The purpose of this article is to inform people on the characteristics of eating disorders associated with PWS and possible treatments. 13 subjects with Prader- Willi Syndrome with an average age of 24. Direct Observation during access to food. Settings varied but study was conducted over 28 days. 8 of the 13 participants had their food strictly restricted. They were given an hour to eat and the…show more content…
Types of interventions chosen by parents and how this could effect teaching strategies. The study looked over 14 caregivers and 24 parents to determine their preferred method of intervention. The study looked over many aspects of intervention but focused on behviors and eating habits. Parents seemed to be more active than passive with eating habits. than behavioral issues. This could be due to the fact that parents are more emotional involved in their childs health. Focusing on the eating interventions it was determined that parents tend to be more active and involved in the interventions in this area. Parents may be more laissez faire in their interventions than you are in the classroom. Remember this in reinforcing the behaviors because reinforcement may not occur in the home. Also, when discussing eating habits be thoughtful of the parents emotions- they are very connected to their son/ daughter. Singh, N., Lancioni, G., Singh, A., Winton, A., Singh, J., McAleavey, K., & Adkins, A. (2008). A mindfulness-based health wellness program for an adolescent with Prader-Willi syndrome. Behavior Modification, 32(2), 167-181. The purpose of this article was to study mindfulness based strategies of intervention for the eating habits of those diagnosed with Prader Willi Syndrome. A 17 year old boy diagnosed with Prader Willi was brought in by his mother. (IQ= 75)
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