Simon (2013). Analysed Services Available Arthur Could
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Simon (2013). analysed services available Arthur could access, as social services for adults which are right at the heart of the welfare state. Social services who would advocate for Arthur referral for assessment using the lens of social medical model and medical model. Having the knowledge of Arthur’s mental capacity and helping his voice to be heard and supporting him with information to allow him make decision about his health and wellbeing in his best interest. Social care is a type of care services that provide help at home with shopping, laundry, and cleaning home care, which may involve washing, dressing, and preparation of meals round-the-clock care in either private homes, sheltered housing, or a care home delivering meals on…show more content… Parent needs to have better understanding of the developmental stages of their children from birth to adolescent; from Sensory-Motor to Formal stage (Abstract Thinking) by Piaget’s Stage of Cognitive development. Knowing how to have open conversation with teens, not to be forceful, rather, handling situation with care, support, and encouragement.
Luke’s uncertainty about his sexual identity and amplitude brought him anxiety which is defended against through aggression. Adolescents who experience turmoil or distress for more than a few months, could suffer persistent depression, anxiety, serious eating disorders or difficult behaviour, which generally require outside help. Counselling agencies may be suitable if things have not gone too far for Luke. Being an adolescent, Luke finds himself in the very difficult position of having to make all these alterations while dealing with the subsequence conflicts and anxieties he or his family could face. (Luis and Joan, 2013).
Luke was in the fifth stages of the psychosocial development of Erikson theory, which categorized him in the stage of Identity verse role confusion and Luke who was in his adolescent was in his stage of development of senses. Steinberg (2014). argues adolescence age is a stage of confusion not the people in the midst but the developmental stage itself.
Rafael (2016) furtherly argues that identity western psychological expectation of what categorizes as “normal” adolescent identity