learning or physical. Learning disabilities which affect development could be: Autism; autism is a disability which affects how a person relates and communicates with other people and the world around them. Children with autism find it difficult to understand facial expressions or the tone of a voice. They can feel lonely and cut off from society as they avoid social interaction. This could affect their ability to development or interact in social settings or in the classroom.
Also, the father of the child may not stick around because he too is scared of the responsibility of raising a child, and his whole life is going to change if he decides to stay around. So the pregnant teen ends up becoming a single mother. According to Hanna B., approximately 10% of all births occur to teenage mothers worldwide. This “phenomenon” is of concern because teenage mothers are reported to be “disadvantaged financially, educationally, and cognitively” in both the short and long term span. Many teenage mothers find strength in their motherhood role but this does not come without cost to themselves or their children, as many teenagers are considered unsuitable to be parents and do not have the right support (B.).
They can quickly fall behind from peers of the same age. They may find it difficult to interact and make friends with others who are more advanced. They may struggle with intellectual development memory and concentration. Delayed speech development A child who has limited or no speech could be a cause great concern. 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.
Feeling jealousy and left out may develop. Single children who have not had to share their parents will feel rejected and that they are not loved any more. This can occur when the mother has had an hard time at the birth and needs to stay in the hospital for a few days to recover. So this seems like all her attention is focused on the new baby and herself. The age of the child depends on how they will react.
Children of this age tend to be very impulsive. Their brains have not yet reached a balance. This is due to the “immaturity of the prefrontal cortex” [ (Berger, 2011) ]. This can lead children to make decisions without thinking about them fully or considering the consequences that could take place. At this time period children do not have the capability to use reason.
3.2 Explain the reasons why children and young people’s development may not follow the expected patterns. There are many reasons why a child’s development not follow the expected pattern including; Disability this may affect a child’s emotional developments for many reasons. A child with a disability whether it is a physical disability or a learning disability may struggle to manage their thoughts and feelings, they may not be able to express those thoughts and feelings and as a result become increasingly frustrated. The child may be unable to form relationships with others in their peer group and may feel isolated and withdrawn. If a child with a disability has emotional developmental delay they may form friendships with children who are much younger than they are which could affect how their same age peers see them.
2. If a child doesn’t learn to share whilst growing up then that will cause problems, when it comes to sharing toys at school they may find it hard to create friendships. Other children will try to avoid playing with them because they will know that they will have to give up their toys which may make the child who won’t share lonely, like he shouldn’t be there and abandoned. 3. If a child is overweight or obese then they will struggle to do sports or any activities they are asked at school, they won’t have much energy and will get tired easily.
The other children will try to avoid the child that is unable to share, this can affect the emotional and social development of the child who is unwilling to share as they will feel lonely and neglected and even abandoned. If a child is overweight or even obese and they struggle to do PE at school. As they may not have the energy and could get tired very quickly. This can cause classmates to be annoyed with him for delaying the class, or when working in teams. This can cause children to bully them for it.
Children harmed while in foster care Whitley Bland RES/110 June 9, 2011 Missie Usry Children harmed while in foster care Many children are being abused while in foster care due to the some Foster parent What is a foster parent According to research discovered a “foster parent is a person who cares for children/youth who are not in their custody, children and youth who have entered the foster care system”. (Strengthing the heros, 2006) Foster parenting has given many adults the opportunity to become temporary parents by accepting children into their homes. Some of the responsibilities are caring and nurturing for children placed in their home. Foster family care is a temporary arrangement until children’s permanent plan is achieved,
The childcare environment did however negatively affect the behavior of the children. The ratio of teachers to children and the amount of time a child spent in out of home care also had an effect on the behaviors of the children Introduction Outside the home child care is common. In many households both parents work to provide for the family. As more and more parents enter the workforce to make ends meet, the number of children entering into regular childcare has dramatically increased (Belsky et al., 2006). During the day, children who are under the age of 5 are not old enough to be part of the school environment.