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Discuss the care needs of people at different stages of life.

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Infancy Physically intellectually needs Jack is 6 month old baby and as we know infancy they can not control their body movement. Infancy need is completely dependents on their parent example washing, feeding and dressing. Infants care needs is that they dependent on parents or carers to provide contact with them and stimulation will lay the foundation for the development of the child self-image. Emotionally and socially needs The infant's needs are to make a safe and stable relationship with their parent or carers during the first year in their life. Also they need to feel that they loved, wanted, make them feel secure and care about them. Although when infancy feels that is wanted or loved from their parent or carer they will be able to develop self-esteem. Childhood Physically and intellectually needs The children in childhood stage they grow fast and their skill increases example running, climbing, riding bikes and reading. In this age children they don't completely dependents their parent in things that they use example feeding, dressing and washing. Also they become more independent then they use to be before and that will help them to gain new skills. ...read more.

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Emotionally and socially needs In this stage they need to belong to a family or care group may still be important and that is very important in their stage because that will make them feel that they wanted and also that will help them to fit in with groups that is own their age without problems. Although when they fit with the people and make friendship with them that will help to development of self-esteem and in their age they need to develop their self-esteem to keep them socializes more with the people. Although adolescences in this age they copy each other example styles to feel better than other young people on their age and that because appearances in this age is important to them and makes their self-esteem increase and that is not bad us it keep their self-esteem increase. Also they will be more independent then before they will be able to make their own choose about their physical needs and also choose their own friendship. Adulthood Physically and intellectually needs Many adults receive practical helps and support and that because they cannot make their own physical needs example food, being without a job (no money) ...read more.

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older people needs to have support from their family, friends and the community that they live in to make them feel that they wanted and there is people that care about them. Intellectually their skills will decrease and they may face problems in their brain development and that will makes them forget things, so in this situation they need to cheer them up and help them memories things, because that will help their brain. Emotionally and socially needs Same older people are not respected, not treated well and that may will harm them emotionally, because in this age they will need support example treated well and respected them. Although that may makes them feel that they worthless and that because the way they treated. In this age they the care needs is to feel that they wanted, respected, support them, love them and also they need to feel safe from the people, because that will keep their confident increase and have self-esteem to their selves. Socially they need to communicate with the people and have relationships, because that will reflect their self-esteem and makes them more confident in their selves. ?? ?? ?? ?? Hanan Jama ...read more.

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