Students and parents need to be advised of this requirement so that students are not left without access to critical medication. For further information see storage of prescribed medication. A letter (Ms word 107kB) to parents/carers has been prepared to confirm arrangments for the administration of the student's medication at school. It is the principal's responsibility to fully inform relevant staff of the management implications of students requiring the administration of prescribed medication. Except in an emergency, only individual staff members who have volunteered and been trained, will administer prescribed medication to students.
Parents have to share the blame for unhealthy food choices their children make. Some kids will usually complain to their parents like “I don’t like vegetables” so they give them cookies. Some parents stick with healthy choices and only allow unhealthy foods on special occasions like birthdays and holidays. I feel that special occasion treat is something a school should consider. Many of the older kids will be able to relate to the issued of healthy foods, because they will be able to understand the outcome of unhealthy choices.
the first role will be that of the person or setting reporting abuse or harm coming to a child or young person. their role is to inform the apropriate help for the situation. a few examples of other roles are below- social services are responcible for children and families in need of help - police can be involved in criminal proceedings that may result from a safeguarding issue-child psychologist will ofter help children who have been abused or misstreated-GP's and hospitals can be the first to spot and report a child who attends the surgury who has received an injury. 2.1 Identify the signs and symptoms of common childhood illnesses - feeling sick - loss of energy - diarrhoea - raised temperature - no appetite 2.2 Describe the actions to take when children or young people are ill or injured Illness such as the common cold are treated with rest with encouragment to drink fluids and blow their nose. Children who are ill need comfort and reassurance untill a parent or gardian come to collect them.
It is important that any child placed has a positive image of himself and anything you can do to promote this will be helpful. 2. To Promote Positive Health Care This involves consulting the doctor, the hospital as necessary and the dentist and optician regularly, as you would with your own child. Also, there are the wider issues associated with health such as promoting exercise, ensuring children have a balanced diet and are educated about the negative effects of smoking, alcohol and illegal drugs etc. A statutory medical assessment is arranged shortly before or after placement and usually the foster carer accompanies the child to this.
We can say that from the womb communication between the mother and the child started. Why do we need to communicate? We need to communicate to give information. We can give information to our learners. We communicate to parents in order to provide information about the child progress and behavior.
CT229 Safeguarding the Welfare of Children and Young People 1.1 Identify the current legislation, guidelines, policies and procedures for safeguarding the welfare of children and young people including e-safety * Children act 1989 which was then expanded on 2004 * Data protection act keeping them on the records 1998 * Working together to safeguard children 2006 * Health & safety at work act 1974 * Early years foundation stage 2012E safety teaching children about internet and safety teaching them the dangers.Policies and procedures for safeguarding with children would be always have at least two people in the room, when changing children make sure doors are open. Photos are only allowed to be seen by the parent. Make sure you only have physical contact if it’s to pick a child up after they have fallen or if there hurt. Always listen to the children incase there calling out for help make sure the child knows you are there for support. The EYFS supports safeguarding by making sure that children are in a safe environment and that they are being watched closely to check for any concerns that they may have about the child, and by making sure the child is on the correct stage of learning for the age they are at.
Teaching Wellness to Children and Families Marie Curie ECE 214 Instructor O’Brien March 14, 2011 Teaching Wellness to Children and Families The Self-Inventory for Wellness Practices chart in Chapter 1 of our text is a very useful tool. Reading over these practices helped me gain some insight regarding my own wellness and the wellness of young children. Everyone could benefit from completing this Self-Inventory chart. When it came to some areas of the Self-Inventory for Wellness Practices regarding myself I was pleased to be able to answer most of the areas in a positive way. However, I am definitely slacking in some of the areas.
The final piece to assembling your care team is Support. Your child’s support team consist of autism programs for kids just like him/her, school administration support and activities that support normal interaction with other children that are not on the spectrum. The parent’s support team is made up of family, friends, and a local support group of other parents with children with ASD. The most important aspect of having a care team is to provide support for one another. It is always important to have someone who understands what you are going through so you know that you are not
They are also encouraged to speak with staff at the schools they attend, so that they may be provided the most productive environment possible. Patients generally have trouble in social situations, and will do much better if they have the proper stimulation at home from an early age (Nielsen, 1998). If parents submerse their children in group interactions at a young age, it will aid in diminishing the problems they have in social situations. Parents are also encouraged to place these girls in pre-school rather then waiting for kindergarten. Girls with delayed speech development should see a speech therapist (Nielsen, 1998).
When parents reward their children with sugary foods (cake, candy, ice cream, etc.) or punish them with fruits and vegetables (broccoli, carrots, grapes, etc. ), children may view nutritious foods negatively, and avoid making healthy food choices. The Food Guide Pyramid is an important tool when balancing a healthy diet; it shows an appropriate number of servings of each food category that should be consumed each day. It is important for children to be familiar with nutritional tools like the Food Guide Pyramid in order to realize the importance of a healthy