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ll mse is when not provide experiences of being cure and ignore SERVICES Why Emotional Deprivation? Parents may ignore their children because of their own evolvement with drugs or use of alcohol. They may have severe personal-problems, or some preoccupation with career or community ac- tivities. Emotional deprivation results when the parents show little or no interest in their child's ac- tivities and express neither w _armth or anger with them. It is a big nothing. Attention of any kind is lacking. Signs o/Emotional Deprivation The following conditions set forth in the Department of Justice pamphlet on child abuse can indicate emotional deprivation: 1. Child refuses to eat or eats little, and is very frail. 2. Child is not thriving in general. (Unable to perform normal learned functions for a given age such as walking and talking, etc.). 3. Child disptays anti.social behavior and-or delinquent behavior; vr child may be abnormally unresponsive, sad or withdrawn. 4. Child constantly "seeks out" adults for attention and affection. 5. Child may display exaggerated fears. Physical Neglect "Physical neglect is essentially the failure of a parent or caretaker to provide a child with adequate food, shelter, clothing, protection, supervision, and medical and dental care. Signs of . Physical Neglect 1. Unsanitary conditions in home such as garbage, animal or human excretion all in house and living area. 2. Lack of heating and-or plumbing in home or availability of these. 3. Fire lhazards and unsafe home conditions 4. Sleeping arrangements cold or dirty and inadequate. 5. Meals not prepared or of severly poor nulritionalquality 6. Spoiled food in refrigerator, cup- m though two housas, I out who price when Is it the .The real selling or the matter. A "the the sales. will !u't value price at in tran- ao duress on real estate with an a property, based on market. " gained by the condition, of your 'ones which L  identical but cam- will of what about home made up of  egaged in So that both in a bythe agents, price 345 S. Cloverdale Blvd. NEWHOURS: 9a.m.-8o.m. Daily DATES EFFECTIVE WED., AUGUST 13 THRU TUES., AUGUST 19 Tide or Cheer [:)el Monte DETERGENT giant size sliced or halves - 21/2 can 1" 69' PEACHES PEPSI-COLA 2-liter Miller High Life BEER 6 Pk.-bottles 1 89 fruit drink 46 oz. .69 Bonnie Hubbard FLOUR 5 lb. Chicken of the Sea TUNA- chunk-61/2 oz. c.rllanl ( Campbell SOUP Cream of Mushroom 3,or 89 Wednesday, August 13, 1980- Page 7 boards, or lying around. Or no food at all. 7. Children obviously lacking in medical and dental care; always dirty with poor skin hygiene; always sleepy and hungry with dirty clothes inadequate for weather conditions. 8. Children under the age of 14 left alone in home or un- supervised for any period of time in which injuries occur or when child's health or safety is endangered. Results of Deprivation and Neglect More and more children are being treated for drug overdose from ordinary household drugs, alcohol, and cleaning substances because these items are irresponsibly left within their reach. Failure to thrive is visible in the neglected and deprived "Failure to thrive is not necessarily due to physical factors such as the lack of food or proper care, but can also be a direct result of emotional deprivation, rejection or lack of normal stimulation. Diagnosis is difficult and complicated and, if untreated, the results can be as serious as per- manent brain damage or death. Children need more than a ciean warm place to sleep, plenty of nutritious food, and clean clothes and medical care. They need love and affection and caring. They need touching, holding, singing, talking to, in- leraction. Parents are the ones to provide this vital ingredient for life. USDA CHOICE MEATS ;,, ROUND STEAK ,b99 Foster Farm CHICKEN whole body lb.'65  LONDON BROIL SIRLOIN TIP STEAK RIB STEAK PORK STEAK PORK SAUSAGE LINK SAUSAGE breakfast GROUND BEEF CHICKEN DRUMSTICK ,b. 2 79 lb. 3 o, ibi3 9 lb. 149 lb. 129 lb. 139 lb. 1 29 ,o.99' Bananas 3 ,00/89 Celery 29L. Yellow Onion 2 '00/29 Lemons 8/100 Honeydew Melons Watermelon Carrots 5 ''11 Grapes seedless Thompson 99 Lettuce ,,d Head 3/9900 Tomatoes 3900, Vice lterson; and Hutchins. Mm- and Seth all other present. officer The isto and to to join them ef of each the poUuck of he a lot have Nalley Chill w- Bean 59 303 can Libby Vegetables 3/1 o cut green beans whole corn peas Oberti Olives 69 jumbo pitted 303 cad Bonnie Hubbard 59' Pineapple slice-chunk.crushed 303 can Hormel Sausage Chicken Vienna-5 oz. Comstock (herry Pie Filling 21 oz. Tree Top Apple Juice 1/2 Gal. Ken-I.Ration Dog Food hunk-14 oz. can 1 39 1 69 311oo" Kraft Parkay Margarine I lb. sta Soda 12 oz. 6 pk. Generic Applesauce 303 can Purina Cat Food Farmstyle-4 lb. Bonnie Hubbard Macaroni salad-1 lb. Ritz Crackers 1 lb. box "Come & Get It" Dog Food 18 oz. Ivory liquid Detergent 22 oz. 6 Clorox 59 Bleach 89 1 Gal. Hunt's 129 Ketchup 89 32oz. Crush orange-grape 3/1 oo R-C. Soda 1" 1 79 16 oz. ,...FROZEN Eggo WAFFLES 69  11 oz. Country Time LEMONADE 6 OZ. 411 oo Tree Top APPLE JUICE, 79 Morton PIES 39 little cream 31/2 oz.