Parenting and Caring

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Parenting and Caring
1 Becoming parents and carers
1.1 Biological parents
1.1.1 Pregnancy - planned/unplanned
1.1.2 IVF and GIFT
1.2 Social parents
1.2.1 Adoption
1.2.2 Fostering
1.2.3 Step-parenting
1.2.4 Surrogacy
1.3 Carer relationships
1.3.1 Voluntary
1.3.2 Paid
2 Managing Parenting and Caring Responsibilities
2.1 Preparations for becoming a parent of carer
2.1.1 Physical - prenatal considerations for parent and child health

Annotations:

  • Biological * optimise health during pregnancy and conception  * healthy diet, be aware of special needs * No alcohol, drugs, smoking, excessive caffeine  * attend regular appointments/checkups * attend prenatal classes 
  • Social * similar to biological
  • Caring * healthy diet, regular exercise * practice safe lifting skills and injections * install rails and ramps
2.1.2 Social changes parents and carers may have to make

Annotations:

  • Biological * bond with others form prenatal classes * investigate child friendly activities in area * organise baby-free time for you ans your partner * Arrange child-care if necessary
  • Social * Liaise with other families - sport, rec, etc * investigate support groups, e.g.foster carers * arrange child-free time, important in step families
  • caring * enlist support from friends and family * identify support groups - Disability NSW * investigate respite care - down time needed * let your friends know your situation
2.1.3 Emotional preparations for the new relationships

Annotations:

  • biological * discuss your moods * recognise your partner may be getting jealous of the attention the mother gets * investigate relaxation techniques
  • social * discuss fears with partner and try to work out strategies * recognise with formal or informal support is needed
  • caring * go to support groups for help * get in touch with other carers * understand the emotions the dependent may have when more permanent care is needed
2.1.4 economic

Annotations:

  • biological  * prepare a budget and try to stick to it * adjust mortgage payments whilst off work * investigate all form of maternity and paternity leave
  • social * similar to biological
  • caring * plan budget and stick to it * adjust mortgage payments * investigate leave provisions at work * investigate carers payment from Centrelink * ask support groups for strategies 
2.2 Factors influencing resource management in the caring relationships
2.2.1 Dependent affected by the caring relationships
2.2.1.1 Age
2.2.1.2 Skills
2.2.1.3 Capabilities
2.2.1.4 Special needs
2.2.2 Resources
2.2.2.1 Time
2.2.2.2 Energy
2.2.2.3 Finances
2.2.2.4 Housing
2.2.3 Access to services
2.2.3.1 HomeCare assistance
2.2.3.2 Health
2.2.3.3 Education
2.2.3.4 Recreation
3 Parenting and Caring Relationships
3.1 Roles in parenting and caring
3.1.1 Individuals and groups who adopt roles
3.1.1.1 Biological and Social parents
3.1.1.2 Grandparents
3.1.1.3 Relatives including siblings
3.1.1.4 Teachers
3.1.1.5 Paid Carers
3.1.1.6 Significant other (doctors, social workers, friends)
3.2 Factors influencing parenting and caring relationships
3.2.1 Age
3.2.2 Gender
3.2.3 Education
3.2.4 Media
3.2.5 Socioeconomic status
3.2.6 Nature or relationship
3.2.7 Style of parenting
3.2.7.1 Authoritarian
3.2.7.2 Democratic
3.2.7.3 Negligent
3.2.7.4 Permissive/indulgent
3.2.8 Special Needs
3.2.8.1 Illness
3.2.8.2 Disability
3.2.9 Culture and Religion
3.2.10 Previous experience/upbringing
3.3 Multiple role expectations as a result of commitments to
3.3.1 Family
3.3.2 Work
3.3.3 Sport/leisure
3.3.4 Other
3.4 Reights and Responsibilities in Parenting and Caring
3.4.1 Rights of Parents
3.4.2 Responsibilities of Parents
3.4.3 Rights of Carers
3.4.4 Responsibilities of Carers
4 Support for Parents and Carers
4.1 Health Service
4.2 Welfare Agencies
4.3 Parenting Groups
4.4 Community Groups
4.5 Government Agencies
4.6 Childcare Services
4.7 Carers' Support Groups

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