Disabilities may affect confidence and challenge social skills. Emotional If a child or young person is not emotionally secure it could impact on their development. A child or young person who is not shown any love, attention or support or even abused at home would suffer from low self esteem and have little or no confidence or value of themselves, causing them to have difficulties in socialising and participate in learning activities. Physical Physical influences include genetic conditions such as Cystic Fibrosis and Downs syndrome, which may affect a child or young persons development, which could be from problems caused by their condition such as growth and strength, meaning a child or young person may take longer to meet particular stages of development. Environmental The environment in which a child or young person lives may affect their development.
Adrianne Scott Cwv-101 06/14/2015 Valerie De La Torre Benchmark assignment: ethical dilemma Sarah and her husband has been trying to have their first born for 5 years to discover their growing baby has tested positive for tay-sachs disease and down syndrome. Getting the heartbreaking news she started to think about abortion and rather or not it was the right thing to do to go forward with her pregnancy. Sarah and her husband has been trying to conceive for a very long time and there trying has turned into her finally getting her wish. Sarah thought if she aborted her child it would save her child from coming into this sinful world full of hate, pain, hurt and spare her child of suffering. Sarah contacted a close friend of hers to name Diana blue who is a pediatrician and is and atheist to receive some advice on her situation.
P2 and P3 Explain different psychological approaches to health and social practice Cognitive learning theorists believe that learning is an internal process in which information is combined into one as cognitive structure. Learning occurs through internal processing of information. One example of cognitive perspective that is used in healthcare practice can include supporting individuals that have learning difficulties. On a day to day basis, individuals with learning difficulties can find skilled tasks very difficult and confusing; because of this they are likely to get very frustrated. The cognitive perspective can help people with these learning difficulties and support them to help make sense of these tasks by identifying basic thoughts
| “There are states that require a parental consent for children under the age of 18 years.” There should be more substance to this point. The sentence stands alone and leaves the reader wondering. | What is your favorite part of this piece of writing? | “When a woman decides that abortion is the way to go it not an easy decision to come to there may be factors that they need to look at. When a women is pregnant and they are excited at the fact that they are pregnant all of that joy can be shattered after an ultrasound is performed and the women is informed that her child is going to have no functional daily life and is going to be hook up to a ventilator for the rest of his/her life.” This is a very strong personal opinion that I completely agree with.
Like an argument about who’s turn it is to do the pamper change. I will have forgotten my argument as well as hers in a minute while she will remember every word. In the same manner, I respond to her information in length about why it isn’t my turn and give her way more feedback than is worthy of the conversation. 2. Describe a plan using at least three specific ideas from the textbook in Chapter 4 for how you will make an effort to improve your skills in the stage you identified in response to question 1.
Individual’s self-esteem can be low, and their body language may be closed or negative, this can make communication difficult with an individual whom is distressed because you may not get any feed back from them, or you may not get a change to talk or be listened to to help them. The individual may even talk a different language or revert back to their mother tongue, which can cause a communication barrier. Also if the individual has a learning disability they may not understand how/why they are feeling, or may not know how to express it. 1.4 Explain how working with an individual who is distressed may impact on own well-being. Working with a person whom is distressed can also be distressing for the person caring and comforting
Individual's on the autistic spectrum may struggle with relationship's and social interaction due to difficulties with communication. It would make it difficult for relationship's to work if there is a lack of understanding each other due to the break down in communication. There may be some problems concerning an individual's preference in activities and interests. This is mainly due to a condition that some individual's on the autistic spectrum can find difficulty in which is social creativity, one of the triad of impairments that define ASC. This can cause some restrictions and inflexibility due to the individual in some cases not being able to fully comprehend the transcendence of traditional idea's, rules, pattern's, etc.
“Points on the graph at which the first derivative is either zero or undefined.” Mr. Matio continued on. Andy resumed the call. “I think you understand why I had to pause.” Andy said. “Well, do you think you can tell her that it’s her soul we need?” “Yea, that should be easy. I bet she’s willing to help.