Recognising and Responding to concerns about Child Development Any concerns that staff may have about the development of children and young people should be reported. Recognising concern, allows staff /carers to intervene and help the child, and inform the parents of the concerns and possible solution for the problem. The quicker the issue is dealt with the better this is for the child’s development. Whereas if a problem is left unresolved or delayed, the more damaging this could be for the child’s development. Difficulty with reading and writing If a child is having problems with reading and writing this could cause concern.
We may notice physical signs or changes in a child’s behaviour, or the child may hint or disclose to us that they are being abused or bullied. We must also think about how we would respond if a child were to hint or disclose this to us. Always: * report concerns about possible signs or changes in behaviour to the designated person or manager * take what children say seriously – it will take a lot of courage to tell us and children will rarely lie about abuse * reassure children that they are not to blame if they tell us they have been abused * tell children that we will have to tell someone who can help them * write down what we have observed or what has been said – but keep
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.
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.
If Sasha's grandmother had remained calm while seeking out help most likely Sasha would have been afraid but not as fearful as she was in this situation. 2. The impact of trauma is pervasive, affecting the physical development of the brain and the quality of children's relationships and attachments with others. Based on pages 10–11 of Hope and Healing and the essay "Stress, Nurture, and the Young Brain" in Concepts for Care, describe the impact of trauma on each of these areas of young children's development. Trauma affects young children's
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.
We as staff must communicate in order to keep the children safe from relaying information of a hazard check or announcing the finding of a potential hazard to passing on concerns about a child if that should arise. We must also communicate with parents in order to tell them how their child is adapting and progressing within the nursery and with the use of the welsh language. We must also alert them if an accident or incident has occurred that day. Without proper communication the nursery wouldn't function properly and we would be unable to stay open. 3.
P1 outline why children and young people may need to be looked after away from their families. In my p1 task I am going to use different resources, references my resources. By my point of view there are a number of reasons why young children need to look after away from their families. Potential reasons why a young children need to look after away from their families sometimes a child or young children can be ill in this case they do not know what to do and where to go for this ill like in GP or big hospital so to guide and care they need to look after. And some young people and children may be abused or exploited so, they need to look after away from their families.
This happens because a child learns to predict how his parent will react, whether it is positive or negative. They also learn that doing certain things will make their parents do certain things. • Disorganized children will do things that seem to make no sense. • Sometimes these children will speak really fast and will be hard to understand. • Very young children might freeze in their footsteps for no apparent reason.
Findings from this inventory may also be useful to school personnel, along with the school nurse, to tackle ways to help children learn how to manage stress. Classes and support groups can be formed for children and parents to help develop better understanding of stress management. Application of Tools to the Vulnerable Population and Self-Awareness Paper The vulnerable population from The Neighborhood is identified is an older adult with chronic illness population. Assessment tool such as Hassles and Uplifts Scale can useful in assessing Mrs. James’ stressors and coping skills. Multiple stressors identified in the paper are health problems, lack of support from family and friends, and lack of access to transportation.