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Author: McGlynn
October 20, 2014

Posted in Youth and Examinations | |

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Data Reveals Problems At Youth Detention Center

Author: McGlynn
September 25, 2014

Posted in Youth Development | |

According to recent data, a troubled youth development center in Middle Tennessee has been experiencing problems in the months. These problems have already resulted in up to 32 teens escaping from the facility.

Data Reveals Problems At Youth Detention Center

The Tennessean newspaper revealed that there were 145 reported incidents of violence at Woodland Hills between January and early September. This included 51 assaults by teens on staff, 39 assaults by teens on other teens, and 55 fights between the youths, who typically range in age from 14 to 19.

Everette Parrish, an attorney appointed to represent the civil rights of youths at the facility, remarked he has received many reports from youths who managed to escape and returned or were captured that physical abuse forced them to flee. “I’m hearing enough consistent stories by enough youth that I’m deeply concerned about a very small number of guards at the facility,” Parrish said.

According to executive director John Summer, complaints have been lodged by security officers since the incidents about violence and chronic understaffing at the facility.

“All assaults are concerning,” said Monica Middlebrooks, DCS deputy commissioner for juvenile justice. “Just so the numbers aren’t misleading, a lot of those may not be as major as it seems,” Joel Player, DCS superintendent of facilities, said.

“The department is working hard at our youth development centers to get the balance right between helping young people to be able to re-enter the community … and making sure the environment is safe and secure,” Haslam spokesman Dave Smith said.

GAA’s Role In Youth Development Applauded By UNESCO

Author: McGlynn
September 8, 2014

Posted in Youth Development | |

The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), the specialized agency of the United Nations (UN), has praised the Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA) for its role in youth development.

GAA's Role In Youth Development Applauded By UNESCO

The importance of sport to young people was discussed in a meeting of the United Nations organization in Dublin. The GAA was described by Prof Mark Brennan from Penn State University as “a true grassroots organization”.

“It empowers, involves and invigorates not just individual young people but their families and wider communities,” he said.

Other countries could learn from the GAA’s model, said Prof Brennan, who is UNESCO chair in rural community, leadership, and youth development at Penn State.

The meeting at the GAA’s Croke Park headquarters agreed a declaration for “all youth worldwide to receive the attention needed for them to be empowered to take ownership for their lives and development of their societies”. The declaration will be read out at half-time during the American football match between Penn State and University of Central Florida at Croke Park on Saturday 30 August.

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Military children are an overlooked population in need of more attention from school officials, according to David Albright, an assistant professor at the MU School of Social Work. In the past, children from military families were shown as children with an increased risk for emotional, behavioral, and relationship difficulties.

Children From Military Families Could Benefit From School-Based Interventions

Albright said teachers, administrators, guidance counselors, and social workers should be aware of military culture and how it could influence the behavior of children at school.

“Many children who act out in school are asked about common causes of bad behavior, such as bullying or parents’ divorce,” Albright said. “Rarely are children asked whether parents or siblings serve in the military. If their loved ones are away, these children may be experiencing feelings of separation or worrying about whether their parents will be injured or killed. If family members recently have returned from active duty, they may be displaying symptoms of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) or Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) that can make children’s home lives more stressful.”

“Right now, we don’t have a set of approved best practices for supporting children from military families,” Albright said. “If schools begin asking whether family members serve, then we can better help these children.”

Albright recommended that interventions should be developed that could then be implemented in schools that directly target military children and their family members.

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A new compound (BYM338) may significantly improve muscle mass and strength in patients with cancer, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), sporadic inclusion body myositis, and in elderly patients with sarcopenia according to research published in the journal Molecular and Cellular Biology.

Muscle Loss In Cancer Could Be Reversed With New Compound

“Age-related loss of muscle mass is a major contributing factor to falls, broken bones, and the loss of mobility,” says co-corresponding author David Glass of Novartis, Cambridge, MA, one of the compound’s developers, along with first author Estelle Trifilieff, also of Novartis. “This study illustrates that we may have a powerful tool to prevent muscle wasting and promote growth.”

This compound prevents muscle wasting by inhibiting a receptor that engages a cellular signaling system that exists to put the brakes on muscle development when appropriate but those brakes are activated inappropriately, or are stuck on at times. “Our goal was to release the brakes,” says Glass.

It was revealed that the compound boosted muscle mass 25 to 50 percent and increased strength in animal models in the study.

“We need to be able to help people maintain productive and meaningful lives, and muscle function is a major part of the equation,” says Glass. “It could be the difference between independent living and having to move into a nursing home.”