For children 4 to 7 years for Mental Health also organizes a monthly meeting with parents, while Alvarez lamented that “Let every mother and few parents.” In conclusion, the two years if the patient has less than fifteen years receive attention in the general program of Children’s Mental Health. If you are older than fifteen years, spend the adult program. In fact, the psychiatrist moved that examines the creation of a specific program of care for adolescents, since the Adult Mental Health Services does not fully cover the needs of this age.
Although only three years with the TMG program, Alvarez and Vigil noted that the experience of Avilés confirmed that “early care improves treatment of minors.” They also highlighted the existence of very few children with drug treatment, but attributed it to cases dealing with “mild or moderate.”
Aurelio Alvarez explained that, under the age in which organized groups, “we just have cases. Either they are very serious diseases that can not be addressed in this program or are served by the Early Intervention Unit, which works fine Avilés. ” Maria Eugenia Vigil also noted the networking that takes place in Avilés, which facilitates treatment for children as it works on a line from the City, whose team psychologist Child Care and Family spoke yesterday, Education and Infant Mental Health.
The celebration of October 10 as World Mental Health can serve as an occasion to have a moment of reflection on the major mental health problems, so we can become aware of its size, as well as reviewing various recommendations proposed by international agencies in order to make improvements in this field. There is no doubt that
According to WHO (2003, 2005) is currently estimated that 450 million people worldwide have some form of mental disorder, which may generate suffering and disability. Approximately 121 to 150 million of whom suffer from depression, between 70 and 90 million suffer from disorders abuse alcohol or various drugs, from 24 to 25 million suffer from schizophrenia, 37 million have dementia, a million people commit suicide each year and between 10 to 20 million attempt suicide.
One in 4 people will be affected by a mental disorder in their lives according to WHO statistics, published in 2001. An estimated one out of every 4 families in the world has a member with a mental disorder (Saraceno, 2004).
According to the information available are some facts that provide insight into a very summarized the situation in Mexico. According to the Ministry of Health, an estimated 15 million people suffer from mental disorders. The results of the latest National Comorbidity Survey (ENEP) indicate that 28.6% of the population had any of the 23 disorders of the International Classification of Diseases (ICD-10) sometime in their life and only one in 10 patients receive specialized care.
The lack of treatment and delay in obtaining a diagnosis are the major problems faced by some 3 million Spanish patients to whom fate has allotted one of hundreds of diseases classified as ‘rare’. “There is a certain helplessness, not too many instruments to serve patients,” Martinez acknowledges.
The Spanish Federation for Rare Diseases collects on its website a list of rare diseases, although the most comprehensive and updated information there is to it is provided by the Research Institute for Rare Diseases. These are some of the most striking diseases, as defined by the scientific institute. The followers of ‘House’ can not find it so strange.
The primary visual agnosia is a rare neurological disease characterized by total or partial loss of the ability to visually identify and recognize people and objects known, although these can actually see.
The syndrome of Gilles de la Tuorette. It is characterized by multiple motor tics and one or more vocal tics.
The most common tics involve gestures, neck wrinkle, raising eyebrows, wink … Less often, shake hands or arms, stretching your fingers, sigh, yawn, burp … There have been reports of suicides by destructive effect of disease on society and the workplace.
Risk mental illness: Not everyone with mental disorders are a threat to society. Generally, predators with mental illness are the victims of the sociopathic, psychopathic and anti-social disorder, Oppositional defiance, behavior control disorder, schizophrenia, borderline personality disorder (BPD), and Psychosis. While there are some other mental illness who pose a threat to our society, it is a list of the most common potential risk to keep the road and on the Internet.
How to save a child with mental illness from the hazards: Never treat your child if he has a mental disorder. Treat your special child, yet avoid treating the child as if he is bad thinking, because a lot of mental patients are not very smart. Teach your child the same rules that other children should live with and stick to the rules. Do not leave room for doubt when danger is present. Teach your child respect by showing respect to yourself.