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Describe physical, intellectual, emotional and social development through the life stages.

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Sana Parkar Health & Social Care - Lifeline for Smita P1: describe physical, intellectual, emotional and social development through the life stages. Smita's mum and dad - sperm and egg fuse together to form a zygote egg. The zygote divides into a ball of cell, which is called an embryo. Smita's mother is pregnant. The embryo implants into the walls of the womb and develops into a foetus. ...read more.

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Her language also develops. Also, like to play with things like playing with girly toys. Early childhood 5-7yrs - she can speak using full adult grammar. Also developing in her age and growing a bit taller now than she was before. Middle childhood 8-12yrs - growing older, being more independent, making new friends, and learning new skills that she doesn't know. Early adolescence 13-17yrs - physical mature and changing into a older person and also making group and decide things with your friends. ...read more.

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Early adulthood 23-30yrs - smita for marriage and bring up a family with having kids. Smita is working as a school dinner lady at a primary school. She is still as a lifestyle by hanging out with her friends. Middle adulthood 31-50yrs - smita buying a house and managing it. She is a widowed and has a daughter & a son. Later adulthood - smita's energy is going down and now living in a retirement home. She also has developed diabetes type 2 and has failing eyesight. In addition, she is starting to think about death. ...read more.

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