The New and Tube are not where you want to to get information from… with that being said, scholarly research is costly. social workers can’t advocate without access to research & yet we. lose access to peer reviewed academic articles when we no long hold a connection to the academic world
“Despite the lack of robust empirical evidence, a growing number of media reports attempt to link climate change to the ongoing violent conflicts in Syria and other parts of the world, as well as to the migration crisis in Europe…Our results indicate that climatic conditions, by affecting drought severity and the likelihood of armed conflict, played a significant role as an explanatory factor for asylum seeking in the period 2011–2015” (Abel et. Al, 2019)
Students who leave their homeplace environments left with trauma should be met with an education system that is sensitive to cultivating therapeutic sensory environments. Connecticut should implement a preemptive program that treats trauma in a cost-effective way and through a multidimensional treatment method such as the methods of ASI, which can be integrated into the everyday aspects of the classroom. with the theme of trauma and environment, displaced children experience trauma, possessing a heightened fight or flight response to a stimulus. A highly effective approach for treating sensory symptomology such as ASD diagnosis in children has been, Ayres Sensory Integration Intervention which is an Evidence-Based Practice (EBP) that goes beyond a purely medical model and considers physiological, psychological, and social effects of the diagnosis (Schoen, 2018). The duality to these diagnosis and treatment methods such as ASD diagnosis experience poor therapeutic intervention from pharmaceuticals alone (HHS, 2017) in support of this, refugee children as a minority group within the state are less likely to get adequate healthcare and diagnosis.