Both the young person’s family and most importantly the young person themselves can be involved in any plans to ensure that the young person can achieve their full potential, this also helps to make sure the young person feels valued. Professionals understanding the importance on which information can be shared and the importance of confidentiality in line with the Data Protection Act ensures that the young person is, and feels, protected and safe. Integrated working practices also leads to ensuring consistency for the young
Social and Emotional Development Physical development Communication and Language Personal Social and Emotional Development (PSED) Children must be provided with experiences and support which will help them to develop a positive self of themselves and others, to have respect for others social skills and a positive disposition to learning, practitioners must ensure support for children’s emotional well being enabling them to know themselves and what they can do. For children this means being special to someone and well cared for this is vital for their physical social and emotional well being. When a child is acknowledged by the important people in there life, a child will grow in confidence, and gain inner strength through their secure attachments with them. Exploration within a close relationship will lead to growing self assurance, which will promote a sense of belonging allowing the child to explore the world from a secure base. A child needs an adult to set a good example and to give them opportunities to interact with others so they can develop positive ideas both about themselves and others.
Communication and professional relationships with children, young people and adults. Understand the principles of developing positive relationships with children, young people and adults. Effective communication is important in order to build positive relationships , we should always check how we approach and respond to other people as we are more likely to have better relationships if we communicate well with one another. Parents and other adults that come into school are more likely to give better support if communication is strong and effective in turn this benefits the children we work with. It is also important for the children that we model effective communication skills, this means checking what we are saying in moments of stress or excitement, we ask the children to behave in a certain way when communicating and sometimes forget that ourselves if we do this they will struggle to understand the boundaries of what is acceptable.
Communication means “the exchange of thoughts, messages, or information, as by speech, signals, writing, or behaviour”. Communication is a way to develop a strong and positive relationship. For developing a strong and positive relationship it is important to have effective communication. In our role of supporting children, young people and adults it is very important to have strong, trusting and positive relationship. Effective communication helps us to develop a strong positive relationship with children who can trust us which benefit children and young people and their ability to participate in and benefit from the setting.
Shaun Taylor YCD205 Discourse Around Youth In this essay I aim to look at my own philosophy, values and beliefs in a critical way and how they help me in my work with young people. How do my own beliefs and values dictate how I relate to young people and should I try to instill these beliefs and values on young people or let them find their own level. Who can say that these beliefs are correct and that what I value is right. I feel that when I am working with young people all I can do is try to help them make decisions with the knowledge that all I can do is give them guidance and this comes from my life experience. As a youth worker I feel that I should attempt to give the youth the best advise that I can give, which mainly comes
Effective communication is required to form positive relationships in children and young people in different settings such as in a formal, informal or professional aspect. Each of these requires you to consider how you approach others and how you respond to them. By approaching and responding in a positive way to children and young people will help them to feel more comfortable in forming these relationships. It is also important for us to model the skills required to enter into positive relationships. In forming these relationships we must remember the importance of building trust, being understood and being able to express ourselves to others in imparting with the relevant information.
| 2. Training for Youth and Young Adults:Develop leadership training, education and support to young people that is interesting and tailored to meet their needs, interests and styles | 1) Work with Youth Facilitator to provide statewide leadership training to youth and young adults to empower them to ensure their voice is heard in System of Care messages and in decision making. 2) Provide opportunities for youth to participate in marketing strategies and action steps in spreading the system of care message. 3) Develop and implement an evaluation tool/process.
So it's vital that we enpower children and young people to make positive and informed choices that support their well- being and safety this enables the individuals to act on what's happened as by empowering they know the events which may occur. A important point I want to state is that when it comes to the individual seniors are more understanding than Children so this enables the individual to act on what has
Identify regulatory requirements that underpin a positive environment for children and young people. Task 1 Assessment criteria: 1.1- Describe how to create a positive environment. *Welcome parents and involve them in their children’s education. *Warm, relaxed, happy, friendly and welcoming environment and staff. *Staff should work effectively as a good team.