Children With Mental Illness: A Case Study

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Assessment and Treatment

Jennifer Rubio

Southern New Hampshire University

Early and accurate diagnosis followed by effective treatment of the mental health of our children can open doors of opportunity for them to further their education and leading to a more successful productive future (R., 2009).
An accurate Assessment is critical; it is this assessment that will ultimately be what is used when developing the foundation of the student current and future academic plans. These assessments should be customized for the individual student and given continuously. This constant adaption is needed in order for us to be able to understand how to maintain the students every changing growth and development. It is also these assessments that
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