This would affect a child’s social and communication development as he/she would find it difficult to listen and speak to peers staff and carers this could also affect their behaviour possibly becoming frustrated and quite angry Whatever concern you have about a Childs development in any area, you should always share it with others. In primary school pupils, refer to the class teacher in the first instance, followed by the SENCO (Special Educational Needs Coordinator). In secondary schools you may wish to go straight to the
For example “in parent teacher conferences there are two copies of report cards, two of everything because the parents can't agree to share.” This is very sad. The child seems to be handling it well, but there is some problems, some shyness in order of other children and the child doesn't seem to be performing at full interest in physically or mentally
This is so that these barriers do not put a strain on the partnership and relationship parents and practitioners have. Barriers can lead to the parents becoming more emotional such as anger or show distress about it. Leading onto more prejudice attitudes and having different expectations on rules. It can all spiral out of control if not stopped, which not the help the child would reach their full potential as the child is the main focus, as their wellbeing is one of the most crucial part (paramount) while in the setting. Barriers come in many forms, such as when key persons are doing observations and planning.
They might also become angry about losing a loved one which could make them unsettled and have bad behaviour. This may occur as depending on age, the child may find it hard or lack the maturity and experience to express how their feeling. This could make them frustrated which could then manifest itself into angry behaviour. 2) New sibling – When a new child is born into a family, this can make the existing child or children feel left out and abandoned as the attention shifts to the new baby. This can cause feelings of jealousy as they fight for the attention of their parents.
On the other hand there are parents that are very protective over their children. They don`t trust their children to do things on their own and help them too much. Those children can fall behind in the development of their motor skills. Simple tasks as getting
The parents usually do not socialize with other parents because they usually receive negative comments towards their child. Parents who anti-socialize usually channel that aggression to their spouse which results in violent arguments. Schools as well as teachers are also responsible on placing kids with ADHD in an environment where they can perform their best. This is not to segregate the children but to place them in an environment where they can learn their best. Also, if the child does not perform at his/her best, it greatly reduces the self-esteem not only of the child but the parents as well.
It can affect the child in many ways as they can become nervous and anxious resulting in them becoming withdrawn and have a lack of confidence at the thought of a new school, they may be leaving close friendship groups making them upset and feeling alone. Most children will experience a new baby in the family. Younger children may find this difficult as they will still be used to having all of the attention and not understand why the family set up has changed, this could lead them to reverting back to baby ways themselves, have tantrums, be unkind to the new baby or become clingy. An older child may feel left out and become withdrawn and feel in the way, which could result in them not feeling a part of the new family. They may endure sleepless nights and loose sleep making them tired and unable to concentrate when at school.
Sometimes people in these groups tend to be isolated with limited social networks and low self esteem. As a result, they may become dependent on their abusers, or potential abusers for help and services. People being abused often see it as their fault and that there’s nothing that they can do about it so they keep quiet and just put up with it. For example, Mary is 35 years old and has mild learning difficulties, she lives alone but she has a carer that comes to visit her 3 times a day. Her carer often comes round and is nasty to her, pushes her and calls her names.
Children’s belief may cause them emotional conflict when they want to participate in some physical activities which go against their family’s wishes or religious beliefs. Having a new step-family is a big change for some children, this may affect their emotional development, as they may feel as if there mother/father is replacing each other.Coming from a low income family may a significant effect on a child’s development. Children who came from deprived backgrounds are less likely to thrive and achieve well in a school. Family may not be able to afford to pay for extra activities such as swimming lessons or dance lessons, this could an affect child’s physical development.Having numerous siblings can have an impact on children development. Children may feel frustrated with lack of attention.
2.2 Any form of prejudice and discrimination can have a severe negative effect throughout a person’s life. Being undervalued by peers can make a person feel isolated and lonely. A child’s confidence and self esteem will become less and less the more they are discriminated against. They will start not wanting to be involved in activities, stop putting their hand up to ask questions. This in turn will affect their learning and ability to interact.