Assessment Task- Ccld Mu 2.2 Contribute to the Support of Child and Young Person Development

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Assessment task- CCLD MU 2.2 Contribute to the support of child and young person development Task assessment criteria 3.1, 3.2. * A description of the different transitions children and young people may experience Different types of transition: Emotional * Change in family circumstances (parents may separate, they might lose jobs or Might start working away from home; families may become short of money; someone close to the child might become ill or die; new people might join the family). * Changes in friendships (friend may move away or friendship might change). * Changes in carer/practitioner (children my change nanny or move to different nursery). Physical * Change in location (families might move area, country or move house). Physiological * Changes in health and body (children may become ill or develop a chronic medical condition) Intellectual * Changes in settings (children may move from one class into another, the may start going to a breakfast club or an afterschool club) Others * Daily transitions (moving from one setting to another or going to a club or lesson). * Between carers (going between parents to practitioner). * An explanation of how to give adult support for each of these transitions Children transition better when they are prepared: they know what is about to change, they know what they will need to do, and they have caring adults to help. Ideas on preparing for transitions: Be supportive, attentive, and nurturing. Transitions work well for children when they feel well cared for and nurtured. Children are also less anxious when they trust their caregivers and know they are non-judgmental. To give them support of positive behaviour parents need giving children choice, well planned experiences, listening to children and valuing their challenging environment, developing positive
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