Question 15(1 point) For parents who are caring for a child who is chronically ill, which of the following is NOT true? For a parent who is caring for a sick child, the caregiver role tends to compromise the parent’s ability to function in other roles, including the role of parent to the other children in the family. The stress of a child’s chronic illness does not alter the relationships parents have with the child who is ill or with their other children As a result of having a member with a chronic illness, other family members might develop special needs and require specialized care and/or family therapy. One alteration in the family that occurs when a child is chronically ill is that parents (especially mothers) tend to modify the family environment to better accommodate the child who is ill. Question 17 (1 point) The experience of having been abused as a child can be countered in adulthood through: Intervention services to decrease the vulnerability and depression often associated with child abuse. Court protection orders that remove children who are at risk of being abused by a parent who was abused as a child. Shock therapy, which can interfere with the disabling pattern of thinking associated with abuse. Avoidance of having children. Question 18 (1 point) Having at least one adult in their lives who nurtures them and provides for their basic needs helps maltreated children to develop: Resistance. A sense of defiance. Battered child syndrome Resiliency. Question 19 (1 point) Alcoholism, affecting either one or both parents, has a negative effect on children. Alcoholic parents display all of the following compromised parenting behaviors EXCEPT: Inconsistent or unpredictable behaviors. Higher level of tolerance for adolescent drinking or substance abuse. Lower levels of violence. Higher levels of harsh punishment.