Would either Piaget or Vygotsky’s theory be able to provide insight into Zac’s cognitive development?

Psychology 4PSYC004W – Developmental Psychology Assessment 2 – Case study:  Zac 9 years old. Zac is a nine-year-old male who was referred for behavioural intervention treatment of ADHD. Zac lives with his parents and his sixteen-year-old sister and thirteen-year-old brother. At the first appointment, Zac’s parents reported that he exhibits restlessness and hyperactivity. He also was described as easily distracted,…

What specific actions can we take to create safety/make lasting changes for this youth/family? Indicate the specific role each player is going to take (ex. Group home commits to checking in with Junior twice a night to ensure he is okay).

Junior is a 13-year-old Indigenous boy in grade 8. He is the oldest of four; he has two younger sisters and a younger brother. His parents are survivors of the residential school system during the 60’s scoop. They have experienced trauma as a result and struggle with mental health and addictions issues. Despite his parents’ greatest efforts to keep him…

Discuss four non-pharmacological treatments that you would recommend for ADHD.

Nursing Externalizing Disorders In a well written discussion post address the following: Some commonly followed treatments for ADHD have not been scientifically substantiated, including restricted or modified diets, treatments for allergies, treatment for inner ear problems, treatments for yeast infections, megavitamins, chiropractic adjustment and bone alignment, eye training, special-colored glasses, and biofeedback. Discuss four non-pharmacological treatments that you would recommend…