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.
Such as: • Personal choice – this could be communal families, traveller community. • Looked after children – those which are in foster care, residential homes or residential schools. They are looked after by the local authority. • Poverty – low income can cause children’s diet, health and wellbeing to suffer. • Housing and community – sub-standard housing and lack of amenities/ space to play safely.
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This could result in premature birth and low birth weight which can then lead to a slower development rate. ● Disability A child in a wheelchair or with a serious physical impairment would find it hard to do many activities, particularly those that are physically demanding. Gross motor skills would be at a less developed rate than peers and fine motor skills may be affected if the child had little or no control over their limbs. Another aspect to consider is if the parent of a child has a disability, research evidence over the past ten years has suggested that when children take on a caregiving role in the family their educational, social and emotional experiences and health can often be seriously jeopardized. ● Sensory Impairment A child may
They may find it difficult to carry out physical tasks due to sensory loss. A person is unique and may have had different life experiences which means the way dementia affects them is personal to them. They have different likes/ dislikes and needs so we must try to meet these the best we can. 1.3 A person with dementia may feel excluded from society because the way they are treated by other's. They may not be given the oppourtunity to be involved just because other's haven't got the time of day for them.
Children who have run away behaviour those parents find difficult to manage alone. Also children who truancy off school is another behaviour that may lead to the child’s needs to be placed in the foster care systems. Deaths: Sometimes children have to be put in care because family are unable to care for the child after the death of a parent children maybe looked after by the local authority most often it is because the child’s parents or the people who have parental responsibilities and rights to look after the child are unable to care for them. Have been neglected them or the child has committed an offence his local authority has specific responsibilities and duties for a child who is being looked after such as: 1. The local authority accommodation under a voluntary arrangement where the child’s patents agree to the child being
Duval County Community Health Assessment and Intervention Duval County is located in Northeast Florida and it had an estimated 864,263 residents in 2010 (U.S. Census Bureau). Jacksonville is the largest city in the county and it is also the largest city in Florida. Duval County was established in 1822 and named after governor of Florida Territory, William Pope Duval. It is 918.24 square miles. Only 773.3 square miles are land and the remaining area is water from the Atlantic Ocean.
Cook County gets an average of 35 inches of rain per year compared to the U.S. average of 37 inches. The snowfall averages 29 inches. The average U.S. city gets 25 inches of snow per year. Air quality is rated moderate to good depending on the geographic location of each community within the county and water quality is also rated moderate to good (City-data, 2012). Population Economic Status According to the 2010 census, Cook County is the second largest county in the United States.
Although dealing with the above separately, many of these factors are interconnected; unemployment or low income can lead to poor housing. Poor housing can lead to health problems, which can lead to frequent school absences. This will not only affect the child’s present lifestyle and health, but also their future, right
(2012, September 18). United States Census Bureau. Retrieved November 26, 2012, from State and County Quick Facts: http://quickfacts.census.gov/qfd/states/53/53063.html ----------------------- Spokane County, Washington State Population Economic Status • Located on the eastern side of Washington State • Population is 417,939 • Predominately white • Next largest ethnic group is Hispanic in origin • Median Household income is $55,584 • 13.9% households at or below poverty level • 18% of the children in poverty • 9.6% reported unemployment rate • 1185 homeless Cultural Assessment • Slightly more females than males • Predominately white. • Subculture of Hispanics and Asian • Majority of population understand how to achieve good health care. • Drug abuse is prevalent among youth along with alcohol abuse • Mental health problems with poor mental health resources Neighborhood/ Community Safety • Access to health services through the health department for the poor.