CYP POP14 Support children and young people to have positive relationships Identify the different relationships children and young people may have Children and young people have different relationships between their families, friends and adults at school. They can also have relationships with doctors, health visitors, speech therapists etc. Children and young people may treat their peers differently to their family as they can feel more relaxed with their family. Explain the importance of positive relationships for development and well-being Positive relationships help development and well-being in children. Children are more likely to join in in play and learning activities if they feel emotionally secure.
If you have a positive relationship with a child it becomes easier to communicate with them and understand their wants and needs. This will be better for everyone involved. Positive relationship building with a child or young person now will teach them how to form relationships with others when they are older and will encourage positive social skills. A positive relationship with a child also allows us to recognise any issues there may be with the child’s development e.g. speech, walking, learning difficulties e.t.c.
This can lead to the child gaining the ability to communicate with others. They may be able to learn sign language or develop the use of PECS to a better degree that will enable them to get their needs met more effectively. In the longer term this can reduce anxiety levels and behaviours because they are able to make themselves understood more easily. It is also important for me to have a good relationship with other people too. We all have the child’s best interests at heart and want to do our best to give that child the best opportunities available to them.
. The strategies that can help in helping to minimise harming and being exploiting children, young adults and their families. The strategies minimise the risks of abuse and help children and young people to realise they have the rights to be safe, secure and free from harm. Respect should be earned, it shouldn’t be ordered or demanded and could be destroyed. If respect is established, the individual may confide in you and inform you of any changes in their family unit or how they feel about a certain situation that they feel isn’t right.
CU1522 - Develop positive relationships with children, young people and others involved in their care 1.1 Explain why positive relationships with children and young people are important and how these are built and maintained Positive relationships with children and young people are important because you want children and young people in your care to feel safe and comfortable, so when a child is bought into a care setting they will find it easier to separate from their parents. Positive relationships will encourage children and young people to show their interests so that they are more likely to participate in activities and carers can plan activities to suit the child or young person. Positive relationships also encourage language development as children and young people feel comfortable and confident talking to their carer, carers also learn the childs/young persons emotions and expressions and respond quickly and effectively. 2.1 Explain why positive relationships with people involved in the care of children and young people are important Positive relationships with colleagues are important as good communication is needed so everyone can work together to meet each individuals needs, to make sure appropriate information is shared. If positive relationships are not present it may cause a bad feeling in the setting so people may not work well together and children, young people and parents may feel uncomfortable in the setting.
028 Develop positive relationshiops with children, young people and others involved in their care Outcome 1 1. Positive relationships with children are extreamly important because it builds their trust in people and their self confidence. Positive relationships with children are built and maintained by creating a welcoming atmoaphare, making sure that communication with the child is effective (the preactitioner should spend time getting to know the child, her preferences in play, food etc. and what her learning needs are), being consistent and fair, showing respect and coustesy, looking at the holistic child-not the different parts, good role modeling, encouraging friendships and monitoring impact of own behavior on others. 2.
By making myself available when a young person has wanted to talk on a one to one basis, quite often this may take place when I maybe driving them to an activity, has been a successful way to help build trust and relationship with that individual. I also believe that being consistent and being aware of our own actions and displays to the young person that we are people that can help keep them safe and secure and somebody that can be trusted. It is also vital to build and maintain positive relationships with other people involved in the care of the young person as we should share a common goal, the welfare and development of the individual. We can achieve this by open and honest communication, sharing of information, and by ensuring that those involved in the care of the young person are trained to a standard that enables us to deliver that care and support to a professional
Unit 5 Develop Positive Relationship with Children, Young People and Others involved in their care. 1.1 These are important because in my role as Registered Care Worker my job is to promote the well being and safety of the children/young people in my care, to provide good care and to support and assist them by endeavouring to provide learning opportunities and leisure activities. I also try to build good relationships and provide continued care to promote the above at all times. Young people need to have strong relationships with the staff to feel comfortable and secure to promote a healthy happy wellbeing and they are less likely to show unwanted behaviour. From staff point of view a close relationship means I can learn to recognise the young persons needs and I am better able to meet these needs.
1.2. Explain the principles of relationship building with children, young people and adults. Children and young people need to feel safe and valued in an educational environment. The government document Every Child Matters: Change for children 2004 is an important document to read which would benefit anyone working with children. To work and build on positive relationships with children there has to be a good understanding of putting the pupils needs first.
there are several generic principles that underpin building a strong relationship with children, young people and adults: Effective communication - one of the most important aspects of building a relationship is finding a way to communicate effectively. If we think our relationship with the child, young person or adult isn’t as good as it could be we should adapt our style. It might be we need to show more facial expressions, speak more simply or praise more. Remaining positive and acknowledging a child in particular shows we enjoy being with them and in turn makes them more comfortable in your company. Showing respect - showing