Section B Factors that positively affect health and well-being 4 factors that positively affect Emma's Health and Well-being are: * Stimulating work * Adequate financial resources * Supportive relationships * Adequate sleep and rest Stimulating work Stimulating work involves a job/career that allows a person to use their expertise to develop new skills and knowledge. Emma recently started work as a dental nurse; she enjoys working here because of the other colleagues she works with and the challenges she is sometimes faced with. Emma has applied to go to college later on this year, she wants to gain the qualifications that are suitable for the job that she has now, so that eventually she will be able to promote to the best of her ability. Emma's job motivates her and stimulates her mind because she comes across different situations and problems everyday and she is engaged in activity of some sort almost all the time during her time at work. She has to prepare the dentists equipment, chemicals such as pastes and injections for each patient, and after each patient she has to disinfect all tools and equipment thoroughly, she also has to book appointments and arrange treatments for all the patients and has to cash the intake of money at the end of each day. Physical It affects her physically by keeping her moving around and not sat about all day, this keeps her mind off
Describe the expected stage of social development of children aged 4 years. Describe ONE suitable method of observing and recording the social development of children aged 5 years.
. Describe the expected stage of social development of: * Children aged 4 years. D1. Most of the children aged 4 years likes to: * Play in groups with other children * Takes turns and shares (most of the time) e.g. when using drawing crayons * Wants explanations of why? And how? When engaged in conversation * Enjoys role play and acting out e.g. super hero * Likes to talk, carries on with conversation * Changes the rule of a game as he/she goes along * Demands for things e.g. for a certain toy * Plays more imaginary, acting out like a mother * Children aged 5 years. D2. Most children aged 5 years will: * Now choose their friends e.g. has certain friends they like to play with * Takes turns, shares (sometimes) e.g. when drawing and sharing pencil crayons * Enjoys co-operative activities and also group play * Says please and thank you when offered something to eat or drink * Shows kindness to other children, inviting them to play and being helpful * Resolves conflicts before seeking adult help * Carries on with conversation with adults and children * Seeks adult approval 2. Consider how and why practitioners observe children in the setting: * Describe ONE suitable method of observing and recording the social development of children aged 5 years. D3. Written Narrative - Naturalistic. This method is used when what is seen and heard are happening
Identify factors that could affect the individuals self concept, and explain how these might affect them (P3) and (M3)
Identify factors that could affect the individuals self - concept, and explain how these might affect them (P3) and (M3) Self-concept means our knowledge of who we are. Our self-concept includes: * Self-esteem - how highly we value our skills and abilities * Self-image- how we see ourselves given the reactions of other people Self-concept is important for the following reasons: * Our view of ourselves can motivate us to do things, or stop us from doing things, e.g. doing well at school or at sport. * Our view of ourselves can create a feeling of social confidence or cause us to feel anxious with other people. * Our view of ourselves can mean that we experience happiness or unhappiness from life experiences. * Our view of ourselves can help us lead a successful and enjoyable life, or it can lead us into trouble and difficulties in coping with life. There are many factors that could affect an individual's self-concept. These are; * Age - age makes a very big difference to the way children can describe themselves and the way adults think about their lives, because self-concept develops due to social influences. Your self-concept will grow and change as you grow older. * Appearance - somewhere between 10 and 12 years of age, children start to work out how they fit in with others: do they look good or not, are they popular with others or not? Children will also start to
This report is a personal development plan that shows an evaluation of current skills and knowledge that includes my strengths and weaknesses.
CONTENTS . INTRODUCTION 2. EVALUATION OF SKILLS AND KNOWLEDGE 2.1. Technical - course-related 2.2. Social and Inter-personal 2.3. Strategic and Operational 3. STRENGTHS AND WEAKNESSES 4. SUMMARY OF RESULTS 5. REFERENCES . INTRODUCTION This report is a personal development plan that shows an evaluation of current skills and knowledge that includes my strengths and weaknesses. Development is a lifelong of nurturing, shaping and improving an individual's skills, knowledge and interests to ensure my maximum effectiveness and adaptability, and to minimize the obsolescence of my skills and my chances of redundancy. It does not necessarily imply upward movement; rather, it is about enabling individuals to improve and use my full potential at each career stage. (Definition of personal development planning from class material) The personal development plan for me is a chance to know my self better, I can realize what I want to achieve or where I want to go in the plan, in the short- or long-term, and also identifying the need for skills, knowledge or competence. It also helps me to define the appropriate development to meet those perceived needs. In this report, I am going to focusing on what my strengths are and
In my discussion I am going to describe about statutory provision for a children under 5 years in a nursery class of a state school. Explain how to prepare to work in a placement with children. B1. Explain why first impression you make in the setting are
D1 Describe the purpose of one setting that is statutory provision for each age range. In my discussion I am going to describe about statutory provision for a children under 5 years in a nursery class of a state school. School may work closely with a Link Inspector, Educational Psychologist and Educational Social Worker make regular visits to support pupils and staff. They focus on child development and preparation for a successful transition to primary school education. They have different activities like to motivate and stimulate the children's learning abilities by using play activities; interacting with and supporting children, providing them with a secure environment to learn; organizing learning materials and resources, and making imaginative use of resources; assisting with the development of children's personal/social and language abilities; encouraging children's mathematical and creative development through stories, songs, games, drawing and imaginative play,etc. Another example for children aged between 5 & 7 years. They are in key stage 1 (Year 1 and 2). They require knowledge, skills and understanding for each subject. The statutory subjects that all pupils must study are art and design, design and technology, English, geography, history, information axnd communication technology, mathematics, music, physical education and science. Religious education must also
Caring For Older People P1 - Describe the meaning of the term 'older people' M1 - Explain why there are difficulties defining the term 'older person'. So what is an older person? Someone in their 60s? 70s? 80s? or even 90s? From researching on the internet I have come to find that it's not really that easy to find a definition of what an 'older person' is. What I do know is that there are certain physical marks on an individual that makes you think that they are an 'old person', for example, toothlessness, balding or grey hair, hunched back, lameness, deafness. Old people have limited regenerative abilities and are more prone to disease, syndromes, and sickness than other adults. Most developed world countries have accepted the chronological age of 65 years as a definition of 'elderly' or older person. While this definition is somewhat arbitrary, it is many times associated with the age at which one can begin to receive pension benefits. Although there are commonly used definitions of old age, there is no general agreement on the age at which a person becomes old. From my own experience there are many types of older people. My own Grandmother has just turned ninety-four, she is living in a care home and can't really do anything for herself. She can't feed herself, or wash herself and she doesn't really recognise anybody including her family. But on the other hand
Unit 1 communication Task 2 P2 Explain barriers to effective communication within a health and social care environment Barriers to effective communication; The communication cycle – If any part of the communication cycle is not played out properly like the message not being sent properly or if the message is not received correctly then this will then become a barrier to effective communication and in a place like a care home this will not help when it comes to dealing with difficult, complex and sensitive issues. This can be overcome by making sure the communication cycle is used correctly stage by stage. Environment – Any issues with the environment around us when we communicate can be a barrier to effective communication. Like if it is too noisy in a classroom while teaching, the student will not be able to hear the message or will be easily distracted. It could even be that that the chairs are uncomfortable and it can affect one’s concentration. Or it could be that a patient with sight impairments cannot see in the reception area because it is dimly lit. This can be overcome by making sure
Collate evidence which describes the role of the practitioner in working towards a healthy lifestyle and environment for children
Unit 6-Promoting a healthy environment for children CACHE LEVEL 3 DIPLOMA IN CHILDCARE AND EDUCATION E1- Collate evidence which describes the role of the practitioner in working towards a healthy lifestyle and environment for children Evidence which describes the role of the practitioner in working towards a healthy lifestyle and evidence for children are under the heading E1. E2- Provide information about legislation which supports the rights of children to a healthy lifestyle There are many pieces of information about legislation shown in my portfolio which support the rights of children to a healthy lifestyle under the heading E2. B1 Evaluate the relevance of current legislation as it applies to supporting a healthy lifestyle for children E3- Provide information about a range of factors which may affect children's health and well-being at differing times in their lives. E4- Include evidence of the effects of these factors on children's health. There are many factors which can affect children's health and well-being throughout their lives. The practitioner and parents should be a good role model to the children/child, this is because children will copy the behaviour. Diets are very important during the age of 0-3 years, as this can harm the unborn child during their development. This means making sure mother does not eat these foods that she shouldn't such as
Nasima Khanom Barriers to Communication (Direct quotes from health and social care intermediate book-Josephine de Souza) When we communicate, our ability to get our message across affectively to others can be hampered by a number of barriers. As a care worker it is important to recognise barriers to your own our own communication and learn how to overcome them. In health and social care and early years settings these barriers include:- .) Language As a multiethnic society, the UK, the UK has many citizens whose first language is not English and who may find English difficult to understand. Many native speakers of English also find the complicated medical words on hospital signs and the jargon of health care workers hard to understand. In all of these circumstances, language can be obstacle to effective communication between care workers and their patients and clients. 2.) Culture In a multiethnic society like the UK there are a lot cultural differences between different groups in the population. These differences can affect the way people communicate and interact, which can sometimes cause communication problems for example, the amount of eye contact, the physical closeness or proximity and the amount of touching that people do when they communicate varies accordingly to culture. It is important to be aware of this when working with people in care settings in order to
Nicola Sydorenko 50122883 Unit 10 Health and Social Care P3 Types of Child Abuse and Neglect . Physical abuse is any physical action by a person that harms, or could harm, a child. It includes hitting, kicking, slapping, shaking, burning, pinching, biting, choking, throwing, shoving and whipping. It also includes using unreasonable force to punish children or prevent them from harming themselves or others. The child’s injuries may range from minor bruises, burns, welts or bite marks to broken bones or – in extreme cases – death. . Sexual abuse happens when a person uses a child for sexual purposes. It can include: - sexually touching a child, or inviting a child to touch -Intercourse (vaginal, oral or anal) threatening sexual acts, obscene gestures or communications, or stalking. -sexual references (words or gestures) to the child’s body or behavior. -asking the child to expose their body for sexual purposes exposing the child to sexual activity or material, or sexual aspects of organized or ritual abuse. Neglect happens when a parent or guardian ignores or overlooks a child’s basic needs – to the point where the child is, or could be, harmed. Neglect includes failing to provide a child with food, shelter, basic health care, supervision, nurturing or protection from risks. • risk factors for child maltreatment,