3.2 explain the reason why children and young people development may not follow the expected pattern ? There are many reasons why development may not follow the normal pattern.it is important to know the pattern of the order the child is meant to develop in so you can support the child and the family. Development can be Influenced by many different factors ,including health, disability environment and family background. Some of the few things that can have a a influence on the development of children and young people. Health Chronic conditions such as asthma can cause children to have time off school, infections like meningitis causes development delay.
Deeper pathological issues may have rendered the young person in a care system where things have been done for the young person all the time; this may have produced an inability to learn independent living skills. Disrupted or multiple placements – Disrupted and multiple placements when
Child protection is part of the wider work to help safeguard and promote the welfare of children and young people, in regards to the activity that is used to protect children who are being abused or neglected. It involved protecting children from being mistreated. And prevent impairment of a child's development and health to ensure that they are raised in a positive way, and in a safe and caring environments. Parents and carers who fail to protect or care for their children might have to go to court, and they may have their child/children taken away from them and put into care. This doesn't happen very happen and each case varies on how critical and important the case was.
Anxious attachment is experienced when we have inconsistent caregivers or parents. Our early caregiver experiences affect our view of our social world. We may wonder if people are trust worthy, can we count on them for protection and support. You make ask yourself if you are a loveable person if you are
This may different from society and such things as schooling or traveling in community. Poverty A family with a low income may have poor accommodation and there mental and physical state may be affected Housing and community Poor quality or cramped housing conditions can negatively affect a child’s development, some community’s allow their children to challenge anti-social behaviour and this may isolate families or encourage Educational environment If a setting does not meet the statutory requirements may affect a child’s development and potential. Offending or anti-social behaviour Such behaviour by parents may result in child being taking in care or our care. Health status Child may suffer kidney disease or asthma, their education or home life may need support Disability In poverty a child may be a carer instead of using support Health support If families are suffering the child may be affected income continuity of care and educational development. Addictions Child living with addicted adults will be affected their main care Bereavement and loss Losing a family member may affect the child’s emotional state and physical health Family expectations and encouragement Different types of parenting have a range of expectations
Counselling is available for a whole family as well as separately for the parents or the child. Family therapy as a group will help to resolve a specific issue, for example a child has been abused by their uncle and their parents and siblings are finding it hard
Name: Reniella Padilla Title & Number: TDA 2.1 CHILD AND YOUNG PERSON DEVELOPMENT 2.1 DESCRIBE WITH EXAMPLES THE KINDS OF INFLUENCES THAT AFFECT CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE’S DEVELOPMENT. BACKGROUND • Family Dynamics Family is a fundamental social group in society typically consisting of one or two parents and their children. Families are very important to children’s lives when they are growing up. Some children do not grow up with their families they grow up in a foster family or in the care where local authorities take care of them. But some of the children who live with their family can be closer or not closer to them this can affect their confidence and their education.
This is how life story work can enable them to come to terms with the past and discover who they are. The past experiences of service users in children’s social care can be traumatic ones. When service users are removed from their birth families at a young age, this can mean them leaving their attachment figure or not even being able to create one. Children start to create a bond with their attachment figures at very young ages, usually around 6-12 months old. If a child, like in the case of Jordan, (K101, DVD, Unit 5, video 5.1) is removed from this attachment figure at a young age, it can have a big effect on their development (K101, Unit 5, p31); this is because children use their attachment figure to learn about their selves, relationships and also as a secure base for exploring to develop physical and social interaction skills.
Another value of a multi-professional approach is that they can safeguard children when abuse is noticed or suspected, the multi-agency team comes together to take any necessary steps to protect the child and can also support the family. The value of working in a multi-professional approach, when working with parents is by providing and supporting families with what they need. For example if families are living in poor quality and poorly maintained housing which may have damp in, this can cause diseases for instance asthma. This will affect the children’s learning and development as they will be ill or taking time of school. As Maslow’s hierarchy places needs in order which is most important and the first basic physical need is shelter which is priority.
Basic education for children is compulsory, and civil authorities and courts may intervene if there is concern for the welfare of a child. Moreover. intervention of the Family Court may become necessary if people cannot agree. Evidentiary Requirements Proof of identity, birth, marriage or death may be important in deciding what are the rights and responsibilities of individuals in their various undertakings. In modern society, the system of public registers provides evidence for use in legal and other transactions.