1. The importance of avoiding attachment. Read the following and answer the question which follows. “Last year I volunteered at an orphanage in South Africa. While at the orphanage I had the opportunity of working along with the local workers to take care of the children. On most days, I would help the children with their school work or I would do house chores. There are two children who lost their parents at a very young age, so I took it upon myself to spend a lot of time with them. They called me their mother and it often got sad when I left the orphanage for my apartment” Based on the above story, is it likely that the children which the volunteer became close with, will develop an attachment disorder? True False 2. Attachment disorder. When a child is showing claiming behaviour or evasive behaviour, it could mean that the child is insecurely attached. This in turn can lead to attachment disorder. True False 3. Avoiding attachmentAll of the following are ways in which volunteers can avoid becoming too attached to children except: Taking on the role of supporter to the local staff. Indicating that you are at the project temporarily. Constantly giving the children your attention. Supporting local staff in cleaning, cooking, and homework.