Building trust with parents or carers will result in them knowing that the nursery is a very good place for their child as it offers a great amount of help and support, which is especially important for new parents or carers. Other professionals It is also important to partner with other professionals as they will offer the support and services, where needed, to improve the overall development of the child. For example, a speech and language therapist may assist a child with communication difficulties. Another example would be a play therapist to diagnose, prevent or resolve a child with psychosocial challenges. Multi-disciplinary teams It is very important that everyone in a multi disciplinary team work in partnership.
Children will lear and develop when ether is a friendly environment with people they trust. As a role model gain trust its important ,so children and young people can be confident to talk to you,be confident and focus and develop the selfs. Every child is different so we should adapt the way we communicate to fulfil the individual needs. Always communicate in a appropriate way to match the stage of development,personal circumstance and need of that person you are talking to. 1.2 Explain the principals of relationship building with children,young people and adults .
Unit 7 Assignment Work in partnership in Health and Social Care of Children and Young People’s settings. Question 1 1.1 The features of effective partnership working begin with the knowing that it is everyone’s responsibility for partnership working in order for it to be successful. The benefits of working in partnership are enormous allowing families to share information about their children’s development or learning and supporting those children with particular needs to receive support. Colleagues, professionals and others must be active in working alongside, sharing expertise, knowledge and a common purpose to improve the lives of individuals in their care. Respecting each other’s skills and contributions enables everyone working together share their expertise, recognise and utilise the strengths of all involved.
John Bowlby adopted the family systems approach theory in relation to his attachment theory. Bowlby’s theories focused more on attachment styles whereas Bowen’s theory was centered specifically on the family as an organization. Bowlby theorized that children have the most successful development within an extended family system. He also believed that the child’s interactions with their caregivers within the first few years of their lives shaped their views of themselves and interactions with others (Blewitt & Broderick, 2015, p. 117). Bowlby in particular believed that the family system was important for a child’s growth and development.
The respect, care, love and emotional support experienced by babies and children helps them to develop emotional safety, trust and a positive self-image. Being acknowledged and affirmed by important people in their lives leads children to gain confidence and inner strength. Exploration within close relationships leads to the growth of self-assurance, promoting a sense of belonging which allows the young child to explore the world from a secure base. A skilful communicator Being together Finding a voice Listening and responding Making meaning To become skilful communicator’s babies and children need to be together with a key person and others in warm and loving relationships. Being together leads to the wider development of social relations which include friendship, empathy, sharing emotions and experiences and becoming a competent language user.
Explain the importance of multi-agency and integrated working. How does this create a better outcome for children, young people and their families? Multi-agency working is different services, agencies, teams of professionals and other practitioners working together to provide the services that meet the needs of children, their parents or carers. These can include health visitors, educational psychologists, colleagues from other early year settings, social workers and parents or carers. Integrated Working is when all these professionals supporting children work together effectively to put the child at the centre, meet their needs and improve their lives all under one roof.
On a daily basis we communicate to share ideas and information, experiences and emotions, share opinions and needs and wants. In doing so this allows us to build and maintain friendships, relationships and trust. Another reason for communicating is to build our own self-esteem- we praise children in the setting to raise their self-esteem and provide feedback to other colleagues for the work they have done. This helps to build their self- esteem too. In a childcare setting the relationships we foster with children/ young people are important as it is in this way they gain secondary socialisation skills.
Bowlby argued that the attachment behaviours in both caregivers and babies evolved ensuring the survival of the baby until maturity and reproduce. Babies produce instincts like crying and smiling which encourages the caregiver to look after it. Parents especial mothers as per to Bowlby have instincts to protect their baby from harm and nurture them ensuring their survival until maturity. Those babies and mother who don’t possess these behaviours have been less successful. A second most important concept in Bowlby’s theory was the idea of monotrophy a single attachment to one person who is most important to the baby.
Jody Foster Competency Goal III To support social and emotional development and to provide a positive guide Functional Area 8: Self I strive to provide a safe, secure and educational environment. My goal is to make my infants feel very special, loved, and well cared for. I do this by treating each infant as an individual with his or her own needs and unique characteristics. I like to start each day by saying good morning to each infant individually. My co-teacher and I try to never be out of the room at the same time.
These services and activities are geared towards facilitating, enhancing and maintain the child’s developmental ability to function as a productive member of society. The commitment of a foster parent is to the child’s welfare system, the community, and the fostering profession. Statement of Core Values Mission The mission of Train up a Child Association is to provide foster parent the support needed to maintain a safe well-being and stability for the youth, children, and infants in their care. Company Vision The vision of Train up a Child Association is to provide parents with the ability to excel the welfare of the foster children and their families, maintain respect of the rights of each party, and make an acceptable effort to assure that their services are used appropriately. Responsibility of the Foster Child and their Family Foster parents acknowledge their responsibilities in providing a nurturing and safe environment, in which is conducive to the development of all foster children to his or her highest potential.