Charlie is an 8-year-old boy who is having difficulty making friends and sitting still in class. When he goes to school, his teacher complains that he can’t sit still. He

Charlie is an 8-year-old boy who is having difficulty making friends  and sitting still in class. When he goes to school, his teacher  complains that he can’t sit still. He will sit for 3 minutes but soon  after he starts bouncing his leg, and then he begins tapping his pencil.  Shortly thereafter, he starts rapping lyrics under his breath. He is  performing well in school, but his behavior is distracting others. Charlie isn’t hyperactive like this at home, but his mother is  concerned. s mother wants you to prescribe him Xanax for anxiety and  Adderall for ADHD. After you do an extensive interview with Charlie, you  realize that he is just bored in his U.S story class and would rather  be playing basketball in P.E. However, Charlie’s mother insists that you write a few prescriptions.  Research suggests that medical professionals (Doctors, Nurse  Practitioners, Physician Assistant’s, etc.) are often pressured to write  prescriptions even when they don’t believe that it is the best thing to  do for the patient. Your investigation has led you to believe that Charlie just needs  more physical exercise. But his mother continues to insist that Charlie  needs medication. How would you explain to his mother what you plan to  do? Use your investigation skills and present your facts to her. Be sure  to incorporate at least 1 developmental theory covered in this week’s  readings to support your argument

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