E1 Collate evidence which describes the role of the practitioner in working Gather and present information about how the practit ioner works in promoting towards a healthy lifestyle and environment for children a healthy lifestyle and environment. E2 Provide information about legislation which supports the rights of children Present information about relevant legislation th at underpins the rights of to a healthy lifestyle children to have life, development, health, health care, education and so on. Give the full title and date of each law, eg information about The Human Rights Act 1998, Smoking, Health and Social Care Act 200. E3 Provide information about a range of factors which may affect children's Gather and present information about the range of fa ctors (which may be health and well-being at differing times in their lives positive and negative) that can affect children's health and well being. These may include social, psychological and physical factors such as: holistic view of health and well being, age/stage of children, parental health and lifestyle, environment, illness, disability, diet and exercise, rest and sleep.
There are also many policies that influence dietary intake. They are: - Children act 2004- the children act basically says that the aim is to keep children healthy, safe, to achieve and enjoy, make a positive contribution, and to achieve an economic well-being. This would influence dietary intake as it states that children need to be healthy and in order to be healthy children need to eat the right foods. - Every child matters- every child matters is the same scheme as the children act. It can influence dietary intake as it aims to give children a healthy lifestyle.
1. Explain the factors that influence the well-being of children and young people When using influence to promote the well-being of children and young people it is important to remember that well-being encompasses the child’s physical, mental and emotional states. Factors that influence their well-being are varied but include such things as their diet. They need a varied and healthy diet, in my role this is important and I teach and assist the boys I work with what they need to know to plan and prepare healthy balanced meals within their individual independence plans. Leading by example is a great way to help show them, for example where I work the young people and staff all help to prepare for the meal and all eat together which promotes
‘The care and support that we provide for people should enable them to make the most of their lives’ (DH, 2006, p. 13). How successful are health and/or social care services in achieving this aim? In this essay I will first consider how people are enabled to make the most of their lives and, reflecting on the case study of Angus Macphail and Ann Walker (K101, 2010, Unit 3, pp.126-136), I will gauge whether social care services provided are successful at achieving the aim. I will also use Maslow’s hierarchy of needs (Maslow, 1970) and also further consider how these services can be improved. How can people be enabled to make the most of their lives?
Task One, Part B What interventions by schools may promote better health in children? For the purpose of this essay I will explain what intervention through schools have on the individual, and look at the importance this has in providing better health and understanding to its pupils. The main issues I will be discussing are health education, physical activity
Public health encompasses protecting and improving the health of communities through coordinated efforts of governments, private and voluntary organisations and individuals. Nutritional medicine professionals contribute to public health through each of these channels. They develop policies and programs within public health nutrition, are involved in associations, as well as educate and motivate individuals in private practices. Their purpose is to improve the communities or individuals overall nutritional status. Increases in popularity of complementary therapies such as nutrition, and focuses of government policy on prevention, indicate nutritional medicine may become more relevant in public health in the future.
This essay is going to discuss what is meant by the term social context and how society today and its services benefit families in this term. It will identify relevant skills, principles approaches to the assessment process, explore the stages of this process and how these key services and findings from the article will help benefit the family in a social context. It will explore the findings of Morawska et al 2011 on his research on parenting programmes and culturally diverse families and if the findings from his research were valid. The term social context refers to the social and physical setting in which people live in or where something develops. This can include the culture in which an individual lived or was educated in as well as people or organisations they interact with.
The schools` influence upon health The schools have a significant part in children`s development. It does not just help pupils with numeracy and literacy but also gives them the opportunity to learn about themselves, acquire social skills and spreads influential messages about health. Implemented health strategies such as varied diets, consisting of fresh fruit and/or salad, breakfast clubs and/or lunch, fitness, activities such as PE, dance lessons, football, yoga, netball and so on, and health education, which in the past few years has been included in the national curriculum as Personal, Social and Health Education (PSHE) that intends to develop children`s health preparing them for a healthy adulthood. The capacity of schools to intervene in health can be affected by numerous factors, one good example being the decisions taken by the government. The part schools play in relation to health is always prone to change which can cause both positive and negative effects.
Her point is that the children should exercise more to keep fit and healthy and the parents should be like the parents during her time who kept encouraging their children to constantly on the move. Consequently, Obama highlights four things for her campaign. First, she urges the government and the food industry to provide better labeling to help the parents in choosing the best food for their families. Then, she also says that the food provided by the schools must be nutritious and healthy and she demands that the Congress will respond to it for the betterment of the children health and success. In addition, she proposes that the kids to be given
This essay is in reflection of nutrition during infancy and toddlerhood period. I will provide substantial evidence in support of the values in nutrition from infancy as well as its long term effects throughout toddlerhood. I will support the infancy stages as more important to the overall long term healthier effects available in toddlerhood. What happens during the prenatal period and the earliest months and years of a child’s life has lasting impact on the life course journey. In the earliest moments, months, and years, interactions with parents, family members, and other adults and children influence the way the brain develops, as do such factors as nutrition and environmental safety.