It focuses on how important an relationship between a mother and child is. Also suggested that the development must occur during the critical period. If a child has experienced many separations before the age of 2 1/2, it is likely that the child will become emotionally disturbed. He felt after the age of 5 children are better able to cope with separation. Bowlby's hypothesis did not suggest that the relationship had to be with the mother.
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.
This will have caused from poor concentration, the child may also need specific help in their work and class before any sort of progress can be made. 2) Parental illness: a child may need to be looked after because their parents may be ill or cannot cope and as a result the child may have to leave the family home for a period. Throughout this time they may live in foster homes, residential schools or children’s homes. 3) Family breakdown: families break down for a number of reasons including the following substance like abuse, mental health problems, bereavement, parental illness and incapacity. The most dangerous cause of a child being removed from that situation for their own safety and well-being.
2.1 Describe with examples the kinds of influences that affect children and young people’s development including, Background, Health and Environment. There are many factors that can affect and influence the good development of children and adolescents as the background, health and environment. . Background- It is important to know the characteristics of the family about the child's development such as, warmth, equal affection between parents and children, establishing a proper relationship with parents/ child. For example the background of a child affects the child in many ways.
Outline and evaluate into the effects of disruption of attachments? Bowlby, Robertson and Robertson had created a theory which consisted of studying young children who had been separated from their attachment figure. They had found that the child separated from their attachment showed the following behaviours: * Protest (stage 1) the child would protest at the behaviour E.g. Crying, Distress and Anger * Despair (stage 2) the child would seem to forget about the attachment and start to adjust this can be shown as their level of behaviour changes (their level of crying or anger would decrease) * Detachment (stage 3) at this stage the child would seem to be coping although they would be emotionally responsive as they would reject their caregiver when they were to return. Most children do recover from this.
AC 1.3 2.1 2.2 There are many reasons why development in young people may follow expected patterns. These factors may include: social, economic, environmental and cultural. When working with children within our settings it is important to be aware of all these factors which may impact on the upbringing of the children attending our settings. The social factors may be from having a lack of friendship networks. Children’s friendship with others help them develop their emotional understanding, interaction, empathy and social skills.
CYP Core 3.1 – Understand child and young person development 2. Understand the factors that influence children and young people’s development and how these affect practice. 2.1 Explain how children and young people development is influenced by a range of personal factors A child’s personal circumstances within a child home life can have a vital effect on a child’s development. If a child is unhappy at home this could be due to parent divorce or the child is miss treated or neglected, lack of parent support within the home to support with a child’s development or learning / play experiences. A child’s social network and emotional development can influence development, along with the use of drugs and alcohol both (child and parent).
To reassure a service user to help them to trust you. To build a trust based relationship with the service user requires communication on both parts. Teamwork amongst staff also needs good communication which helps with understanding each service users needs and to provide a good continuity of care. 1.2 Effective communication is is important so that information isn't confused, hence leading to mistakes being made. Being concise, precise, accurate and honest are necessary for any communication between staff and family members and also with service users.
Some of these disabilities are caused by the parent not taking full care of themselves and the baby. When a parent or doctor notices that something is not right or that the children may have a disability intervention is needed as early as possible. Early intervention makes a big difference in a child’s life. When a parent accepts the fact that their child has a disabilities it can open up their eyes to see that there are many options available to help assist and even overcome certain disabilities. With early intervention there are many services that parents can use relating to their child’s disabilities.
Child and Adolescent mental health services work with people aging from birth to eighteen years. CAMHS provide assessments of children’s behaviour and work with young people with identified emotional or behavioural difficulties. CAMHS is defined in its broadest sense to include all services that promote emotional health and well-being or which respond to and meet the mental health needs of children and young people at targeted or specialist levels. Department Children, School and Families (2008). Loss, neglect or trauma experienced during childhood can undermine the social, emotional and interpersonal attachment necessary for later healthy adjustment to relationships, social roles and consequential mental wellbeing and may be contributory